Group: Millets

Hybrid Pearl Millet

Hybrid Pearl millet has low water use and crude protein of the hay is around 13%. The hybrid pearl millet tends to produce higher tonnage than the foxtail millets or Sudan grass on sandy soils. Prussic acid toxicity is not present in pearl millet. Four to six weeks of growth or 24-30” are recommended before […] Read more…

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Exceed BMR Hybrid Pearl Millet

Exceed BMR hybrid pearl millet is an enhanced summer annual product that delivers a versatile, high quality forage product to dairy, beef, sheep, and goat producers. We recommend planting with the soil temperature is 65-70 degrees. Plant into a firm seedbed at a depth of ¾ – 1 inch. Read more…

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German (Foxtail) Millet

German or Foxtail Millet has low water use and crude protein of the hay is around 15%. We sell German “R” strain millet, which when put up in a timely manner, is a quick hay/forage crop with excellent feed quality. German millet can also be planted as a cover crop, and some may prefer it […] Read more…

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Japanese Millet

Japanese millet is a quick growing grass that provides an excellent habitat for waterfowl and other wildlife. It tolerates wet ground and even standing water as long as the plant is above it. Japanese millet is primarily seeded in wetland areas when they are drier in the summer. It then grows quickly before these areas […] Read more…

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