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DRYLAND PASTURE

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A mixture of hardy, cool season grasses, that are drought tolerant and adapt well to the Northern Great Intermountain regions.

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A mixture of hardy, cool season grasses, that are drought tolerant and adapt well to the Northern Great Intermountain regions. It provides a good, palatable spring forage and fair regrowth in the fall. This mix may produce a hay crop depending upon available moisture. Widely adapted to many soil types and elevations of 3,000 to 10,000 feet. Ideal for areas not receiving regular irrigation. Grows 30-48 inches at full potential. Great forage and hay producer.

Seeding Rate:

  • New Seeding Broadcast: 20-25 lbs/acre Drilled: 15-20 lbs/acre
  • Overseeding Broadcast: 10-15 lbs/acre Drilled: 5-10 lbs/acre

Mix contains:

  • 20% Tetraploid Perennial Rye (Lolium Perenne)
    Bunchgrass with germination in 5-10 days. One of the most widely used grasses and is adaptable to a wide variety of soils and climate conditions. It is leafy and fine stemmed.
  • 20% Smooth Brome, Lincoln (Bromus inermis)
    Sod Forming grass with germination in 10-14 days Smooth brome is resistant to drought and extremes in temperature. Lincoln smooth brome is the most widely used of the cultivated brome grasses.
  • 15% Paiute Orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata)
    Bunchgrass with germination in 14-21 days. One of the earliest species to exhibit growth in the spring, making tremendous forage potential during cool conditions. Performs well on different textured soils. Is a great forage and hay producer.
  • 15% Hycrest Crested Wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum)
    Bunchgrass with germination in 14-21 days. A hybrid cross between Standard and Desert wheatgrass, resulting in a plant with excellent seedling vigor that establishes quickly. It is taller and has higher forage yield potential than its parents.
  • 15% Pubescent Wheatgrass (Agropyron trichophorum)
    Cool season, sod-forming with germination in 21-28 days. Stays green into the summer months when soil moisture is adequate.
  • 15% Dahurian Wildrye (Elymus dahuricus)
    Bunchgrass with germination in 7 – 21 days. Deep rooted allowing good drought tolerance. Regrows aggressively after cutting and grazing, providing excellent palatable forage.

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DescriptionA mixture of hardy, cool season grasses, that are drought tolerant and adapt well to the Northern Great Intermountain regions.55lb. Alfalfa hay bales are a versatile and valuable forage option for livestock, offering a high nutritional value, excellent digestibility, and supporting overall health and vitality.Cavalor VitaFlora contains pre- and probiotics to rebalance the microflora in the bowel and stimulate health from the inside out. A regimen of Cavalor VitaFlora is recommended after a competition season to give the gut a health boost.A native seed mix designed for Douglas County Colorado.50#. Chopped corn is a highly nutritious and energy-dense feed option for livestock, made by chopping the entire corn plant into small pieces. It provides a balanced blend of carbohydrates, proteins, and fiber, promoting optimal growth, digestion, and overall health in animals.
Brome and orchard grass bales are highly valuable forage options for livestock, offering a nutritious blend of grasses that promote optimal health and digestion. These high-quality bales provide essential nutrients, encourage forage consumption, and contribute to the overall well-being of your animals.
ContentA mixture of hardy, cool season grasses, that are drought tolerant and adapt well to the Northern Great Intermountain regions. It provides a good, palatable spring forage and fair regrowth in the fall. This mix may produce a hay crop depending upon available moisture. Widely adapted to many soil types and elevations of 3,000 to 10,000 feet. Ideal for areas not receiving regular irrigation. Grows 30-48 inches at full potential. Great forage and hay producer. Seeding Rate:
  • New Seeding Broadcast: 20-25 lbs/acre Drilled: 15-20 lbs/acre
  • Overseeding Broadcast: 10-15 lbs/acre Drilled: 5-10 lbs/acre
Mix contains:
  • 20% Tetraploid Perennial Rye (Lolium Perenne) Bunchgrass with germination in 5-10 days. One of the most widely used grasses and is adaptable to a wide variety of soils and climate conditions. It is leafy and fine stemmed.
  • 20% Smooth Brome, Lincoln (Bromus inermis) Sod Forming grass with germination in 10-14 days Smooth brome is resistant to drought and extremes in temperature. Lincoln smooth brome is the most widely used of the cultivated brome grasses.
  • 15% Paiute Orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata) Bunchgrass with germination in 14-21 days. One of the earliest species to exhibit growth in the spring, making tremendous forage potential during cool conditions. Performs well on different textured soils. Is a great forage and hay producer.
  • 15% Hycrest Crested Wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum) Bunchgrass with germination in 14-21 days. A hybrid cross between Standard and Desert wheatgrass, resulting in a plant with excellent seedling vigor that establishes quickly. It is taller and has higher forage yield potential than its parents.
  • 15% Pubescent Wheatgrass (Agropyron trichophorum) Cool season, sod-forming with germination in 21-28 days. Stays green into the summer months when soil moisture is adequate.
  • 15% Dahurian Wildrye (Elymus dahuricus) Bunchgrass with germination in 7 – 21 days. Deep rooted allowing good drought tolerance. Regrows aggressively after cutting and grazing, providing excellent palatable forage.
Alfalfa hay bales, made from the nutrient-rich legume plant, provides livestock with a superior forage choice that delivers exceptional nutrition and supports their overall well-being. The bales are carefully harvested, dried, and compacted to preserve the natural goodness of the alfalfa, resulting in a highly palatable and digestible feed source. Benefits of feeding alfalfa hay bales to livestock include:
  1. Nutritional Excellence: Alfalfa hay is renowned for its exceptional nutritional profile, boasting high levels of proteins, vitamins (A, D, E, and K), minerals (calcium, potassium, phosphorus), and fiber. These nutrients play a vital role in promoting optimal growth, muscle development, and overall health in livestock.
  2. Digestive Health: The fiber content in alfalfa hay promotes healthy digestion in livestock. It aids in maintaining a well-functioning digestive system, minimizing the risk of digestive disorders such as colic or gastrointestinal blockages. The fibrous nature of alfalfa hay also encourages proper chewing, which supports dental health in animals.
  3. Weight Management: Alfalfa hay bales can be utilized to manage weight in livestock. The high-quality proteins and fibers help maintain healthy body weight, whether the animals require weight gain or weight maintenance. This versatility allows livestock owners to adapt their feeding strategies to individual animals' needs.
  4. Enhanced Milk Production: For dairy cattle, alfalfa hay bales offer an excellent source of nutrition to support milk production. The balanced blend of proteins, minerals, and vitamins stimulates lactation, resulting in higher milk yields and improved milk quality.
  5. Improved Fertility and Reproductive Performance: The nutrient-rich composition of alfalfa hay positively influences reproductive health in livestock. It provides essential nutrients that contribute to optimal fertility, supporting conception rates and reproductive efficiency in breeding animals.
  6. Source of Forage Variety: Feeding alfalfa hay bales introduces dietary variety to livestock, enriching their eating experience and minimizing feed boredom. The distinct taste and texture of alfalfa hay encourage animals to consume their meals eagerly, promoting consistent intake of essential nutrients.
Cavalor VitaFlora contains pre- and probiotics to rebalance the microflora in the bowel and stimulate health from the inside out. A regimen of Cavalor VitaFlora is recommended after a competition season to give the gut a health boost. Cavalor Vitaflora is also designed for horses that suffer from unexplained emaciation or inconsistent excretion. Vitaflora is also highly recommended after the use of antibiotics. Antibiotics do not only kill “bad” bacteria, they also eliminate some “good” bacteria from the microbiome.
A native seed mix designed for Douglas County Colorado. Characteristics:
  • This mixture has cool and warm-season grasses, bunch, and sod-forming grasses.
  • Very drought tolerant and adapts to various soil types.
Mix Contains:
  • 1.1# Big Bluestem Warm season bunch/sod forming grass with germination in 14-21 days. It is a tall grass, reaching a height of 6-8 feet on most sites when left un-grazed.
  • 1.0# Indiangrass Warm season bunchgrass with germination in21-28 days. It can grow 3-5 feet tall. Grows best in deep, well drained soils.
  • 0.04# Switchgrass Warm season sod forming grass with germination in 21-28 days. It can grow 3-5 feet tall. Tolerant to poor soils, flooding, and drought.
  • 0.90# Sideoats Grama Warm season bunch/sod with germination in 14-21 days. A medium sized perennial 15-30 inches tall and it is adapted to most soil conditions.
  • 1.6# Western Wheatgrass Cool season sod forming grass with germination in 14-21 days. Grows 12-36 inches tall and adapts to most disturbed soils.
  • 0.30# Blue Grama Warm season bunch/sod grass with germination in 7-10 days. Will grow 10-20 inches. Has good drought and fair salinity tolerances.
  • 1.0# Thickspike Wheatgrass Cool season sod forming grass with germination in 21-28 days. Grows 12-36 inches and has extensive rhizomatous root system.
  • 0.70# Prairie Sandreed Warm season sod forming with germination in 21-28 days. Grows 24-72 inches tall. Prefers sandy sites, drought tolerant and winter hardy.
  • 1.0# Green Needlegrass Cool season bunchgrass with germination in 21-28 days. Grows 18-36 inches tall and prefers medium to fine textured soils.
  • 0.60# Slender Wheatgrass Cool season bunchgrass with germination in 21-28 days. Grows from 24-30 inches tall and has very short rhizomes.
  • 0.60# Streambank Wheatgrass Cool season sod forming grass with germination in 21-28 days. Will grow 12-36 tall, drought tolerant and commonly used for reclamation.
Chopped corn, also known as corn silage or chopped corn forage, is a valuable feed option for livestock. It is made by harvesting and chopping the entire corn plant, including the stalks, leaves, and ears, into small pieces. Here's a description highlighting the benefits of chopped corn for livestock:
  1. Nutrient-Rich Feed: Chopped corn contains a balanced blend of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and fiber, providing a comprehensive source of nutrition for livestock. The combination of different plant parts offers a diverse array of nutrients that support optimal growth, development, and overall health in animals.
  2. Energy-Dense Feed: Corn is known for its high energy content, making chopped corn an excellent source of readily available energy for livestock. The carbohydrates present in corn are easily digested and converted into energy, which is particularly beneficial for animals with high energy requirements, such as dairy cows, beef cattle, and horses engaged in intense physical activity.
  3. Palatability and Feed Intake: Chopped corn has a naturally sweet and palatable taste, making it highly appetizing to livestock. The pleasant flavor encourages animals to consume their feed eagerly, ensuring they meet their nutritional needs. This can be especially advantageous for picky eaters or animals transitioning to a new diet.
  4. Fiber Content: The inclusion of stalks and leaves in chopped corn provides a significant amount of dietary fiber. Fiber promotes healthy digestion in livestock, supporting proper gut motility and preventing digestive disorders. It also aids in maintaining optimal rumen function in ruminant animals, contributing to efficient nutrient utilization.
  5. Versatility: Chopped corn can be used as a primary feed, partial feed, or supplemental feed, depending on the specific nutritional requirements and feeding strategies for livestock. It can be incorporated into total mixed rations, silage, or fed alone, offering flexibility in meeting the dietary needs of different animal species, stages of growth, and production purposes.
  6. Conservation and Sustainability: Chopped corn, when properly stored and fermented, can be preserved as silage, extending its shelf life and maintaining nutritional quality. This contributes to efficient use of feed resources and reduces waste. Additionally, utilizing the entire corn plant for feed promotes sustainable farming practices by minimizing waste and maximizing resource utilization.
Brome and orchard grass bales are exceptional forage choices for livestock, offering a diverse blend of grasses that provide numerous benefits for the overall health and productivity of your animals. Here's a detailed description highlighting the benefits of brome and orchard grass bales:
  1. Nutritional Value: Brome and orchard grasses are known for their excellent nutritional profile. These grasses are rich in proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals essential for the growth, development, and overall health of livestock. The balanced combination of nutrients supports muscle development, promotes a strong immune system, and aids in the maintenance of healthy bodily functions.
  2. Digestive Health: The fiber content in brome and orchard grass bales promotes healthy digestion in livestock. The long, fibrous strands of the grasses encourage proper chewing, saliva production, and rumen function, which are vital for efficient digestion. This can help prevent digestive disorders and improve nutrient absorption, contributing to overall gastrointestinal health.
  3. Palatability and Forage Consumption: Brome and orchard grasses are highly palatable to livestock, encouraging consistent and adequate forage consumption. The appealing taste and texture of these grasses entice animals to graze and consume their feed, ensuring they receive the necessary nutrients for optimal growth and productivity. This increased forage intake also helps maintain a healthy weight and body condition in animals.
  4. Dental Health: The fibrous nature of brome and orchard grasses aids in maintaining proper dental health in livestock. Regular chewing on long strands of grass helps wear down teeth naturally, preventing dental issues such as overgrown molars or sharp edges. This promotes comfortable eating and efficient nutrient utilization.
  5. Versatility: Brome and orchard grass bales are suitable for a variety of livestock species, including horses, cattle, sheep, and goats. Their versatility makes them an excellent choice for mixed herds or farms with different animal types. The grasses can be fed as the main forage source, mixed with other feeds, or used as a supplement, allowing for flexible feeding strategies to meet the specific needs of each animal.
  6. Environmental Sustainability: Brome and orchard grasses are often cultivated in a sustainable manner, making them an eco-friendly choice for livestock feed. These grasses are known for their adaptability to different soil types and climates, requiring fewer synthetic inputs such as fertilizers or pesticides. This promotes environmental stewardship and sustainable farming practices.
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