Sorghum

Adding an excellent addition of protein your cattle feed, this versatile crop is here to grow in almost any condition.

Lasting dry hot summers and a champion of double cropping, sorghum also performs in high altitudes.

While not a easy to digest for cows to digest as corn, sorghum still holds it’s place in your forage plan. 

If you are looking for a cost effecting addition to your cattle nutrition, sorghum may hold the key for you.

 

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No matter your needs, whether it be cover crops, heifer food or silage for your dairy, we are prepared to work with you in choosing what is best to grow in your fields. 

Sorghum Seed Offerings

RSS BMR 95 Forage Sorghum

Shorter Maturity

Best Double Crop Option

BMR

BMR
Yes
Days to Mid Bloom
70-75
Days to Harvest
90-95
Anthracnose Resistance
5 - Excellent
RSS Forage Max Forage Sorghum

Late Maturity

Male Sterile

BMR

BMR
Yes
Days to Mid Bloom
100-105
Days to Harvest
40-100
Anthracnose Resistance
4 - Very Good
RSS King Forage Sorghum

Late Maturity

Red Grain Color

High Grain Stover Ration

BMR
No
Days to Mid Bloom
85-90
Days to Harvest
120-125
Anthracnose Resistance
3 - Good
RSS Super Sugar Sorghum Sudangrass

Late Maturity

Wide Harvest Window

Hay or Direct Pasture

BMR
No
Days to Mid Bloom
90-95
Days to Harvest
40-85
Anthracnose Resistance
3 - Good