SMALL GRAINS

The availability of many small grain varieties changes seasonally.  Give us a call.  We will do our best to find what you need.

Wheat

2020 Texas Wheat Variety Trial Results

Wheat

2021 Texas Wheat Variety Trial Results

Wheat

2022 Southern High Plains Selection Guide

 Wheat

AP Longjack

The New Generation of Awnless

 Wheat

AP Roadrunner

Thrives in Harsh Conditions

 Wheat

SY Wolverine

Powerful Yield Potential

 Wheat

WB4792

 Wheat

Winterhawk

 Wheat

WB4595

 Wheat

Avery

 Wheat

Langin

 Triticale

813 Winter

 Triticale

348 Winter

Triticale

Forage FX 1001

Triticale

Forerunner

Forerunner is a facultative growth habit triticale variety. It can be grown in the spring or the fall. Winter growth is semi-prostrate, dark green and mid-cold. hardy.

Forerunner is tall, stiff, facultative, mid-season maturity with a smooth to sparsely pubescent neck.

An excellent choice for silage, hay or cover crop. Forerunner should be cut and ensiled at “boot” or heading stage for maximum nutritional value. Forerunner is an “awnletted” variety. Forerunner can grow to average heights of 50-60 inches for forage purposes. Straw strength is good. The crop stands well with higher rates of nutrients. Stems are soft and palatable to livestock. The leaves on Forerunner are broad and long, providing a good leaf/stem ratio.

Recommended seeding rate 100-125 lbs per acre.

Oats

Magnum

Magnum oats are a very high-yield forage oat, often outyielding other forage oats by as much as 2 tons/acre. Magnum Oats stand out well and grow extremely tall, up to 7 ft., and have a very wide dark green leaf. Magnum is a smaller seeded variety thus enabling reduced seeding rates of 70-80 lbs/acre versus 100-120 lbs/acre for many other forage oats. Magnum is a PVP variety.

Monida

Monida Oats are a very popular spring planted forage oats. are a great option for hay operations. Monida Oats are a medium-height, high yielding variety with plump, short, and white kernels. Other oat varieties like Magnums will yield higher tonnage per acre, but Monidas cost less, and their status as a trusted variety mean more acres are planted annually.