NutriHerb composition

Red Clover



  • From all clover species, red clover binds the most nitrogen.

  • Long tap root improves soil structure and makes crop drought tolerant.

  • Increases dry matter yield.






  • Reduces methane emissions.

  • Suppresses gastric parasites.

  • Easily digestible legume.



Bird’s-foot Trefoil



  • Performs well in very poor conditions.

  • Tastiest fodder herb.

  • Good drought resistance.







  • Rich in unsaturated fatty acids.

  • Contains essential oils.

  • Very popular with insects and helps them hibernate over the winter.


White Clover



  • Extremely suitable for grazing.

  • Suitable for filling bare spots.

  • Has a high degree of persistence among clovers.






  • Natural gastrointestinal anthelmintic.

  • Refined breeding of this variety has produced an optimised leaf/stalk ratio. This improves the feed value and the crop can be mowed frequently.

  • Remains productive in summer.


Narrow-Leaved Plantain



  • Better nitrogen utilization in the soil due to natural nitrification inhibitor.

  • Refined breeding processes have given this variety optimized feed value and high adaptability for both mowing and grazing.

  • The variety is unique due to its straight leaf position which gives other herbs and grasses sufficient space.





  • One of the most highly valued legume crops.
  • Protein-rich source of structure with a favourable amino acid composition.
  • Healthy and palatable crop.