Red Clover

Red clover has an upright growth habit, produces large, pubescent leaves and is great for hay production, thickening up alfalfa fields and diluting KY-31. Recent research has found heavy concentrations of Biochanin A in red clovers, which acts as a vasodilutant—working directly against the toxin in KY-31. Red clover has higher summer yield and better drought tolerance than white clover. 

  • Highly palatable, protein-dense forage
  • Creates nitrogen for the grasses to use after harvest or grazing
  • Can be frost seeded (broadcasting mid-winter) or drill in the fall
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    A persistent red clover, Barduro is a hardy, durable variety.

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    Freedom! MR

    Freedom! MR has excellent mildew resistance, high yields, and persistence. A good selection for dry hay production.

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