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Forage Seeds

alfalfa

ProHarvest Seeds provides top quality forage options.

Our Alfalfas are selected using the following criteria: Leaf to Stem Ratio, Yield, Quality, Disease Resistance, Winter Hardiness and Persistence. Click below for more information and how to contact a Seed Specialist today.

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2017 Forage Seeds

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AF6401 BMR Sorghum Sudan Grass
New
  • Best disease package available
  • Great tonnage, quality and digestibility
  • Gene 6 hybrid; low lignin content
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AF6402 BM Dwarf Sorghum Sudan Grass
New
  • Brachytic dwarf; shorter height with high leaf-to-stem ratio
  • Can be cut to 3”residue left with same regrowth; ideal for grazing
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AF7101 BMR Forage Sorghum
New
  • 82-85 day maturity; gene 6 hybrid
  • One cut just like corn silage, similar yields with higher quality
  • Requires 1/3 less nitrogen and 1/3 less water than corn silage
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AF7102 BMR Dwarf Forage Sorghum
New
  • 85-89 day maturity; gene 6 hybrid
  • Brachytic dwarf; shorter height with high leaf-to-stem ratio
  • Requires 1/3 less nitrogen and 1/3 less water than corn silage
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AFX 44 Medium Red Clover
New
  • 3 year variety with wide area of adaption
  • Strong spring green-up and tolerance to frost
  • Improved disease resistance
All Grass Hay Mix
New
  • Blend of orchard grass, festulolium and timothy
  • Use alone or with your favorite Alfalfa
  • Great for thickening existing hay fields
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BarOptima Plus E34 Tall Fescue
New
  • Endophyte-friendly variety by Barenbrug
  • Late heading, extreme persistence and low maintenance
  • Perfect tool for beef and dairy grazing
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BeefMaster Pasture Mix
New
  • Contains tall fescue, orchard grass perennial ryegrass and white clover
  • Well adapted for many soil types
  • Excellent for growing stockers, cow/calf pairs
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BG-24T Perennial Ryegrass
New
  • Blend of early- and intermediate-maturing diploid and tetraploid varieties
  • Combination of heat and cold tolerance
  • Excellent persistence and tonnage
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Eldora
New
  • New Stand-Life genetics variety; multistrain resistance to Aphanomyces Race 2
  • Unmatched yield and quality; fits 28-30 day cutting cycle
  • Excellent stress tolerance and disease resistance
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Encore
Proven
  • Branch root variety; wide area of adaptation and soil types
  • Exceptional dark-green color; high leaf-to-stem ratio
  • Rated for traffic and grazing tolerance
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Fojtan Festulolium
New
  • Medium- to late-maturity variety developed by DLF
  • Persistency and appearance of tall fescue; quality of ryegrass
  • Great yield, unmatched RFQ and RFV scores
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Freedom Medium Red Clover
New
  • Multiyear variety bred for hay production
  • Fine stem with reduced pubescence, which makes for a faster drydown
  • Exceptional yield
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Grasshancer 300 FLC
New
  • Blend of festulolium, medium red clover and ladino white clover
  • Fast establishing; good choice for thickening existing pastures
  • Coated and treated seed suited for frost seeding
Green Spirit Italian Ryegrass
New
  • A blend of diploid and tetraploid Italian ryegrass
  • Biannual, seed heads will not appear the first year of production
  • Extremely high energy and protein levels
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HayKing II Hi-Gest BMR Hybrid
New
  • Gene 6 BMR technology; superior feed quality under proper management
  • Finer stem than sorghum sudan grass
  • Aggressive regrowth; exceptional drought tolerance
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HayMaster Hay Mix
New
  • Combination includes tall fescue, orchard grass and timothy
  • High RFQ, especially when mixed with your favorite legume
  • Great for haylage or dry baling
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Hi-Gest 360
Proven
  • Lower lignin = high digestibility
  • Large harvest window; great for short and long rotations
  • Very dense canopy with a high leaf-to-stem ratio
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HLR Orchard Grass
New
  • Late-maturing mix of three varieties from Barenbrug
  • Winter-hardy and high-yielding
  • Adapted to haying and grazing
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Hoppernot
Proven
  • Leaf hopper-resistant variety
  • Low maintenance; higher yield vs. other LH alfalfas
  • Adapted to 3 or 4 cut systems. Performs well with grasses
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Hostyn Festulolium
New
  • Medium maturity, ryegrass-type
  • High sugar and feed quality
  • Top yielder with 4 year persistence
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Inavale Orchard Grass
New
  • Medium to late maturing variety
  • Excellent for haying and grazing
  • Less clumping than common varieties
L-446RR
New
  • High yielding; very fast recovery
  • Roundup Ready® trait; great for problem fields
  • Excellent winter hardiness
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Martin 2 w/ProTek
New
  • Novel Endophoyte (Endophyte friendly)
  • High Yield
  • Medium Maturity
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ProMix Hay Mix
New
  • Combination of 2/3 alfalfa, 1/3 Orchard Grass and timothy
  • Superior yields and disease resistance
  • Will make horse and dairy quality hay
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Quick to Grow Pasture Mix
New
  • Versatile mix of festulolium, perennial ryegrass, Italian ryegrass and red and white clover
  • Fast germinating
  • Great choice for short term pastures and thickening existing pastures
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Red & White Clover Blend
New
  • Mix of Freedom red clover and Evergraze ladino white clover
  • Add diversity to your pasture
  • Excellent for frost seeding
STF-43 Tall Fescue
New
  • Upright growth pattern designed for haying or silage
  • Very high digestibility; high NDFd scores
  • Outstanding persistence and winter hardiness
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StockMaster Pasture Mix
New
  • Blend of perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, and orchard grass
  • Great for all classes of livestock
  • Very persistant, low maintenance
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Tenho Timothy
New
  • Intermediate maturity from Barenbrug
  • Extremely high yield
  • Great overall health and winter hardiness
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Wonderleaf Millet
New
  • 40-50 day first cut; 30 days for additional cutting
  • Pearl Millet; no prussic acid concerns
  • Improved leaf count and good yields
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June 08

As seen in Illinois AgriNews

Because of the benefits corn and soybean growers are seeing associated with Cover Crop applications, the number of acres being planted to Cover Crops continues to rise.

At the same time, with more persistent weeds showing tolerance to glyphosate herbicide programs in recent years, another rising trend involves growers adding tank mix partners and

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