COUNTRY Field forage mixtures bring highest yields and forage quality through the intelligent combination of grasses, clovers and alfalfa.


Hay and silage, very dry

Grassland mixture for cutting and grazing in dry areas with difficult climatic conditions

  • All used species were chosen to produce forage in very dry areas, Dactylis glomerata is best suited
  • Festuca partensis increases yield and forage quality
  • Grazing and cutting are both possible


Field forage, with clover, intercropping

Fast growing grass/clover mixture for cover crop use

  • Lolium westerwoldicum produces very fast growing and high yielding forage
  • Trifolium resupinatum is responsible for a high protein content
  • Is deep rooting and give a good ground cover


Field forage, without clover, intercropping

Three times best performance

  • Produces very high yielding, fast growing forage
  • High forage intake
  • High digestibility


Field forage, without clover, annual

Mixture for annual field forage growing for medium to good areas

  • Produces high yields when N-fertilization is on a high level
  • All grass varieties have a good regrowth, so constant yields over the year are possible
  • The mixture is very flexible for different kind of use


Field forage, without clover, 1-2 years

Mixture for annual field forage growing for 1-2 years, for medium to good areas

  • Produces high yields especially in the first year of use
  • Good use of winter moisture and good regrowth are responsible for high yields in the following cuts
  • The use of several varieties reduces growthing risks and ensures high yields, all used varieties are winter hardy


Field forage, without clover, 2-4 years

Mixture for annual field growing a longer use, for medium to good areas

  • The composition of top and bottom grasses makes a good yield distribution possible
  • Produces excellent forage for silage and grazing use
  • Very interesting for dairy farms with grassland areas right next to their farms and which want to use the land for grazing after the first cut


Alfalfa grass

Persistent alfalfa mixture for two-three year cutting, for all areas where alfalfa is well suited

  • High crude protein content and stability of yield in dry areas
  • Meadow fescue is very well suited to combine with alfalfa, it improves protein/energy ratio of the growing grass
  • These characteristics and good resistances to alfalfa mould (verticilium) of the used alfalfa varieties are responsible for a long use


Alfalfa grass, very dry

Persistent alfalfa mixture, for very dry areas and difficult conditions

  • Medicago sativa and Dactylis glomerata are two species which are well suited for dry areas
  • Forage grasses added to alfalfa gives additional structure to the forage
  • Dactylis glomerata is best suited to give structure and to cope with very dry conditions