Tips for Planting a Pasture
- New pasture – Drill: 25lbs per acre
- Overseed Existing Pasture or Broadcast New Pasture: 30-35lbs per acre
- No-till drill: 15-18lbs per acre
Seeding Your Pasture
- Dryland pastures—Mid September to Mid November. Here, the soil is still warm and prior to the onset of winter rains.
- Irrigated pastures- March thru October.
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ALL GRASS HORSE MIX– 50 lb bag$69.50
HORSE DRY LAND MIX–50 lb bag$77.50
HORSE IRRIGATED– 50 lb bag$81.00
LIVESTOCK – IRRIGATED — 50 lb bag$107.50
PASTURE GRASSES – Cajun II Forage Fescue — 50 lb bag$78.00
PASTURE GRASSES – Orchardgrass — 50 lb bag$98.00
PASTURE GRASSES – Spring Green Festulolium — 50 lb bag$82.00
PASTURE GRASSES – Tetraploid Annual Ryegrass — 50 lb bag$25.00
Cool season annual grass. Fast germinating, which makes is excellent for erosion control. Does well in most soils, including water logged areas. Good reseeding plant.
PASTURE GRASSES – Tetraploid Perennial Ryegrass — 50 lb bag$66.00
Cool season perennial grass. Relatively quick to germinate and makes good forage for livestock or horses.
SONOMA MARIN DRY LAND LIVESTOCK MIX–50 lb bag$97.00
Mix of Tetraploid Perennial Ryegrass, Orchardgrass, Forage Fescue, and three types of subterranean clovers. This dryland permanent pasture mix is good for all types of ruminants.