Clover

Most Clovers work best in a blend with grasses such as Timothy and Orchardgrass and provide a highly palatable crop. Clovers are very productive but are relatively short-lived and can be used for hay, haylage or in a pasture mix although they can be difficult to dry for hay. It is quite easy to establish clover.

Belle

Double Cut Red Clover

Belle double cut red clover is a  medium maturity, high yielding double cut variety with very good disease resistance.  
 

Winterhardiness
Maturity
Yield
5/5     
Early     
4/5
     


Crescendo

Ladino White Clover

Blend of certified meadow, smooth and hybrid bromegrass. Combines the strengths of these species into a great companion grass to add to any legume based mixture. ​ 

Winterhardiness
Maturity
Yield
3/5     
Early     
3/5 
     




 

Winner

Berseem Clover

Certified variety that is annual, multi-cut. It has very good forage quality. Winner is an excellent companion for alfalfa with rapid establishment. 

Winterhardiness
Maturity
Yield
0/5     
Early     
3/5
     

Huia

Grasslands White Clover

A medium height white clover bred in New Zealand is an ideal part of pasture mixtures.
 

Other Clovers 

Alsike Clover 
Common Double Cut Red Clover
Single Cut Red Clover
Yellow Blossom Clover
Crimson Clover