GreenSpirit•Grazing

Delicious fresh grass from pasture

  • Gives the highest milk production from fresh grass
  • Late heading varieties for the best grass quality
  • Highest disease resistance for maximal intake
  • Fast regrowth, production peak within 3 weeks
  • Long and stable growth curve and grass supply
  • Forms a dense and persistent sward
  • Silage
  • Grazing
  • Permanent grassland
  • Temporary grassland

GreenSpirit•Grazing is your way to achieving the highest milk production from fresh grass. As a mixture with a high percentage of tetraploid varieties there is an excellent disease resistance. This makes the grass more palatable which will increase the intake of the grass by your cows. This increased intake will make your cows produce milk with higher milk proteins. With the fast regrowth and stable grass supply GreenSpirit•Grazing is your way to a dense and persistent sward!

Composition
Species
20%
Perennial ryegrass diploid late
55%
Perennial ryegrass tetraploid late
25%
Meadow Fescue
Specifications
Seed rate
35 - 40 kg/ha
Sowing depth
1.0 - 1.5 cm
Packaging
15kg bags
High dry matter yield with grazing
High dry matter yield with cutting
Spring yield
Crown rust
Drought tolerant
Hardy
Standability
Palatable
Feed value
Structure
Suitable for cold and wet soils
Grow the best feed

As a dairy farmer, you know how important healthy and palatable forage is. With proven feed concepts for all climate zones, Barenbrug offers you forage grasses so you can grow your own forage easily, efficiently and sustainably.

As a dairy farmer, you know how important healthy and palatable forage is. With proven feed concepts for all climate zones, Barenbrug offers you forage grasses so you can grow your own forage easily, efficiently and sustainably.

As a dairy farmer, you know how important healthy and palatable forage is. With proven feed concepts for all climate zones, Barenbrug offers you forage grasses so you can grow your own forage easily, efficiently and sustainably.

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