Oats

Oats

Great for winter feed – see our oats range

Oats

Coronet

Coronet is a great choice for winter feed. This variety was bred for greater disease tolerance, high leaf to stem ratio and winter hardiness where it demonstrates outstanding grazing utilisation. Coronet is rust tolerant and is a later maturing oat which allows for increased quality and yield potential. Ideal for producing green chop silage (cut at boot stage).

Farm type: Suitable for all stock classes but particularly sheep and young cattle

Traits: Rust tolerant, late maturing, high leaf-to-stem ratio and high yielding

Sowing rate: 100 – 120 kg per ha

Days to grazing: 60+

Milton

Developed for autumn-planting and for use as single grazing in winter, Milton is a high yield, rapidly developing oat which is outstanding for the traditional job of fast feed from an autumn sowing. Milton’s early maturity and fast germination in cool conditions has made it the ideal winter and early spring sown oat in a catch crop programme and is ideally suited for November green chop silage. Milton maintains a high leaf to stem ratio and with proven disease resistance both of which enhance silage quality.

Farm type: Suitable for all stock classes

Traits: Improved disease resistance, rapid establishment, high yields

Sowing rate: 100 – 120 kg per ha

Days to grazing: 60+



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