Forage Seed

Many more varieties of seed at our retail locations. Check the Store Locator for information on all locations.

Bailey Seed & Grain Crimson Clover 2 lb

$5.99

Bailey Seed & Grain Crimson Clover 2 lb

$5.99 SKU: 2CC

Manufacturer Description
A winter annual, crimson clover is grown in the Gulf Coast region (except Florida) to Southern Ohio, and west of the Cascades. It is tolerant of medium soil acidity and will grow readily on both sandy and clay type soils. It is an important winter annual forage in the south, with growth continuing through the winter with the amount influenced by temperature. It thrives in mixture with grasses, provides excellent winter grazing, makes good hay. It is high in nutritive value when harvested for forage in the pre-bloom stage. Flower heads are long, crimson, and very showy. Crimson clover and annual ryegrass make an excellent cover crop mixture for improving the texture, organic matter and tilth of soil.
Seeding rate 20 to 30 lbs/acre.

Bailey Seed & Grain White Dutch Clover 2 lb

$12.99

Bailey Seed & Grain White Dutch Clover 2 lb

$12.99 SKU: 2WDC

Manufacturer Description
White Dutch Clover is a strain of white clover which originated in Holland. Mostly used as erosion control, but also used for pasture mixtures. Can be over seeded in lawns as a nitrogen fixer.

Seeding rate 6 to 8 lbs./acre. Or 1/4 – 1/2 lb per 1000 sq. ft.

Grange Co-op Pasture Irrigated Seed Mix 50 lb

$168.99

Grange Co-op Pasture Irrigated Seed Mix 50 lb

$168.99 SKU: 50IPM

Featured Specifications and Recommendations
• Per acre: 20-25 LBs of seed
• Preferred seeding time: Mar. 1 – May 1, Sept. 1 – Oct. 1
• Principal use: pasture, hay, silage
• Average height at maturity: 20 – 50 IN
• Soil adaptation: wide adaptation
• Length of life: medium-long lived
• A highly palatable blend of grass seeds designed for quality hay, pasture or silage.
• Proven to be well-adapted to the soils and growing conditions of the Rogue Valley

General Information
Generally not planted in the spring. Use where soil is reasonably deep and has good moisture holding qualities.

Grange Co-op is southern Oregon’s leading supplier of seed for forage crops. Because forage crops such as pasture, hay, green chop and silage are so important to the agriculture economy of southern Oregon, Grange Co-op strives to provide our customers with the highest quality seed at competitive prices. We are also committed to providing customers with the information necessary to select the forage seed best suited to their needs as well as their growing environment.

Grange Co-op stocks the types and varieties of seed that have proven best adapted to the soils and growing conditions in the Rogue Valley. Information gathered from Oregon State University, Southern Oregon Experiment Station, the Extension Service and local farmers is carefully considered in determining the varieties of seed we provide our customers. This evaluation assures positive results, when seeds are planted in properly prepared soil following good Management practices.

Grange Co-op Pasture Non-Irrigated Seed Mix 50 LB

$119.99

Grange Co-op Pasture Non-Irrigated Seed Mix 50 LB

$119.99 SKU: 50NIPM

Featured Specifications and Recommendations
• Per acre: 20-25 LBs of seed
• Preferred seeding time: Oct. 1 – Nov. 15
• Principal use: pasture
• Average height at maturity: 20 – 40 IN
• Soil adaptation: wide adaptation
• Length of life: medium lived
• Proven to be well-adapted to the soils and growing conditions of the Rogue Valley

General Information
Generally not planted in the spring. Use where soil is reasonably deep and has good moisture holding qualities.

Grange Co-op is southern Oregon’s leading supplier of seed for forage crops. Because forage crops such as pasture, hay, green chop and silage are so important to the agriculture economy of southern Oregon, Grange Co-op strives to provide our customers with the highest quality seed at competitive prices. We are also committed to providing customers with the information necessary to select the forage seed best suited to their needs as well as their growing environment.

Grange Co-op stocks the types and varieties of seed that have proven best adapted to the soils and growing conditions in the Rogue Valley. Information gathered from Oregon State University, Southern Oregon Experiment Station, the Extension Service and local farmers is carefully considered in determining the varieties of seed we provide our customers. This evaluation assures positive results, when seeds are planted in properly prepared soil following good Management practices.

Grange Co-op Pasture Irrigated Seed Mix 5 lb

$19.99

Grange Co-op Pasture Irrigated Seed Mix 5 lb

$19.99 SKU: 5IPM

Featured Specifications and Recommendations
• Per acre: 25 lbs. of seed
• Preferred seeding time: Mar. 1 – May 1, Sept. 1 – Oct. 1
• Principal use: pasture, hay, silage
• Average height at maturity: 20 – 50 in.
• Soil adaptation: wide adaptation
• Length of life: medium-long lived
• A highly palatable blend of grass seeds designed for quality hay, pasture or silage.
• Proven to be well-adapted to the soils and growing conditions of the Rogue Valley

General Information
Generally not planted in the spring. Use where soil is reasonably deep and has good moisture holding qualities.

Grange Co-op is Southern Oregon’s leading supplier of seed for forage crops. Because forage crops such as pasture, hay, green chop and silage are so important to the agriculture economy of Southern Oregon, Grange Co-op strives to provide our customers with the highest quality seed at competitive prices. We are also committed to providing customers with the information necessary to select the forage seed best suited to their needs as well as their growing environment.

Grange Co-op stocks the types and varieties of seed that have proven best adapted to the soils and growing conditions in the Rogue Valley. Information gathered from Oregon State University, Southern Oregon Experiment Station, the Extension Service and local farmers is carefully considered in determining the varieties of seed we provide our customers. This evaluation assures positive results, when seeds are planted in properly prepared soil following good management practices.

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