There’s no doubt the economics of farming is presenting a challenging environment right now. However, there is one thing you can do on-farm to help mitigate rising costs and inflationary pressure and that’s grow your own feed. And when it comes to growing your own feed, you’ve certainly come to the right place.
At Agricom we’ve made selecting the right feed option for your specific farm system and region easy.
Simply select from the farm system options below to begin your search.
Mohaka can be used as a short to medium term pasture for sheep and beef finishing, as well as being a high-performance hybrid ryegrass suited to dairy platforms, undersowing and runoffs for high quality silage production.
Reason is ideal for sheep, beef and dairy systems looking for extra spring growth, while maintaining summer and autumn quality and production.
Very good tiller density
Extremely low aftermath heading in summer
Excellent tolerance to a wide range of environments
Mainstar has excellent regrowth potential and good frost tolerance extending grazing times from early summer to late winter.
Spitfire is a modern multi-purpose rape that can be sown in spring for lamb or for cattle finishing or summer dairy grazing, or sown in mid summer to early autumn for autumn and winter grazing.
High yielding, intermediate-height rape
Low stem DM% and a plant maturity of 13-14 weeks
Suitable for summer, autumn and early winter feeding
Legion AR37 can be used in general sheep and beef pastures having excellent density for periods of set stocking and winter grazing. It is also a high performance grass that is well suited to dairy pastures and run-offs.
Seasonally Manta demonstrates very strong establishment and winter growth, peaking in performance through late September until the end of its first summer.
SovGold is a modern New Zealand bred kale that combines excellent quality with a high yield potential.
New Zealand’s only proven environmental plantain that functions in four independent ways to reduce N leaching from the urine patch
Jamon is a very uniform, monogerm cultivar that has proven to perform across all stock classes and environments in New Zealand