We’ve been utilizing Gallant Red Clover in our CISCO mixes with new seedings as well as to overseed existing, worn out pastures and hay fields. It’s fairly easy to establish, consistently gives high forage quality, and is quite palatable. But one of the main reasons we love Gallant is its persistence. The more data we collect, the more we are impressed with Gallant.Read More
As we were evaluating our cover crop plots this spring, we spent some time looking at Balansa clover. The specific variety is FIXatioN.Read More
We underestimated the nitrogen contribution potential of FIXatioN. We have gathered enough data from enough locations to determine nitrogen contribution. Calculations have confirmed -you can expect between 67 and 96 lbs. of N/ton of dry matter with FIXatioN when incorporating the plant material into your soil.Read More
Gallant Red Clover continues to impress forage growers across the Midwest. And recent trial data out of Ohio State confirms what farmers are starting to figure out - Gallant Red Clover is an outstanding variety for this region.Read More
Do the pastures you depend on for feed need to be taken to the next level?
Ideally, there should be 30 - 50% legumes in a pasture, depending on what kind of livestock is being raised.Read More