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Fodder Beet Seed

Fodder Beet is grown as a main root crop, which requires similar husbandry to sugar beet. It can produce substantial yields of high quality forage and is an excellent supplement to grass silage. The roots are very palatable to stock and have superb feed quality. Specialist harvesting equipment is required to lift the roots and storage is required unless they are strip grazed in situ.

Alpes, Fodder Beet

Alpes is an exceptional all round variety with good dry matter yields and a large, highly, palatable root. 

  • Can be lifted with beet harvesting machinery
  • Large roots that can easily be grazed 
  • Good bolting resistance 
  • Highly digestible
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). Force Magna treated 

Blaze, Fodder Beet

Blaze has the potential to produce excellent dry matter yields with very clean, bright red roots.

  • Roots are able to be fed whole or chopped. 
  • Medium dry matter content
  • Highly digestible
  • Available with two seed treatment options
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds)

Blizzard, Fodder beet

Blizzard fodder beet produces very high dry matter yields, suitable for use in anaerobic digestors (Biogas)

  • Can be harvested with sugar beet machinery
  • High dry matter content provides growers extra harvesting flexibility.
  • Produces a very palatable feed best fed to dairy or beef animals
  • Available with two seed treatment options 
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds)

Brick, Fodder beet

Brick is a new variety of fodder beet which has been bred for maximum production.It has the potential to produce very high dry matter yields with a high dry matter content %.

  • Very high dry matter yields with high DM %
  • True fodder beet with smooth skin finish to reduce dirt tare
  • Good storage ability, Rhizomania tolerant
  • Available with two seed treatment options
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds)

Cagnotte Fodder Beet

With a high dry matter yield and an excellent percentage of out of the ground growth. Cagnotte is a good all round variety  
  • Excellent all round variety
  • Produces good dry matter content
  • High root to leaf ratio
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1 acre (50,000 seeds). Iprodione, Hymexazol and Tefluthrin treated 

Enermax, Fodder/Energy Beet

Enermax is a dual purpose beet variety which can be used as fodder and as a feedstock for AD (anaerobic digestion) plants. Enermax is shallow rooting and has a smooth skin which makes it ideal for AD plants.

  • Dual purpose variety - can be used for fodder or AD feedstock
  • Smooth skin transfers less soil particles into AD plants
  • Can produce 21 tonnes/ha of dry matter from the root alone
  • 9% higher root yield than Magnum
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). 

Jamon, Fodder Beet

Jamon is a very consistent variety that produces a palatable orange root with average dry matter yields. Jamon has a large top, with 33% of its root being above the ground.

  • Features a large top with 33% of the root being above the ground
  • Palatable orange root
  • Good resistance to leaf disease and bolting
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). Force/Tachigaren/Roveral treated 

Kyros, Fodder Beet

  • A very consistent high yielding variety 
  • Produces a clean root at harvest. 
  • Highly palatable 
  • Kyros will provide a high energy feed whole or chopped.
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). Force Magna treated 

Magnum, Fodder Beet

Magnum is one of the most popular varieties of fodder beet with consistent root size and high dry matter yields. A more frost resistant variety with a high proportion of the root in the ground.
  • Magnum has a consistent root size and reliable high dry matter yields
  • A very palatable variety, increasing appetite and dry matter intake in all stock
  • Higher dry matter fodder beet has been shown to increase milk yield and daily live weight gain
  • More frost resistant than other varieties
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). Force Magna treated 

Merveille Fodder Beet

A fast establishing, multi purpose, variety with strong early vigour and high dry matter content. Suitable for both sheep and cattle. 
  • Multi purpose variety 
  • High dry matter content
  • Low bolting tendency 
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Pack size: 1 acre (50,000 seeds). Iprodione, Hymexazol and Tefluthrin treated 

Monro, Fodder Beet

An ideal variety for grazing with low dry matter and exceptional fresh yields. 

  • Large roots that can easily be grazed 
  • Quick to establish
  • Highly digestible
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). Force/Rovral/Tachigaren treated

Nestor, Fodder Beet

Nestor is a variety with high dry matter yields and palatable to both sheep and cattle.

  • Roots are able to be fed whole or chopped.
  • Can be lifted with beet harvesting machinery
  • Highly digestible
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). Force Magna treated 

Robbos, Fodder Beet

Robbos is a new introduction.

  • Trials have shown high dry matter yields.
  • The ideal choice for beef and dairy production.
  • Clean yellow root and medium dry matter content. 
  • Available with two seed treatment options
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds) 

Splendide Fodder beet

A very good all round varierty with high dry matter yields and early vigour
  • Excellent all round variety
  • Produces good dry matter content & high beet yield
  • High root to leaf ratio
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1 acre (50,000 seeds). Iprodione, Hymexazol and Tefluthrin treated 

Troya, Fodder Beet

  • High yields of medium dry matter content
  • Very good establishment 
  • Good bolting resistance 
  • 62% of its yellow root is below the surface, ensuring clean, easy lifting
  • Sowing rate: 1 pack/acre. Packsize: 1acre (50,000 seeds). Force Magna treated

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