Clovers increase the palatability and crude protein of annual pastures and create nitrogen to be put back into the soil—a great option for grazing mixtures and cover crops. Reduce your nitrogen fertilizer bill by adding clovers. Timing of planting is critical as clovers need ample time to germinate and establish a root system in the fall before severe frosts hit. Clovers are ideal for grazing, cover crops, or haylage but not well suited for dry hay production.
- Highly palatable, protein-dense forage
- Creates nitrogen to be put back into the soil for the next crop
- Plant 4-6 weeks before the first hard frost