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Our High-Yielding Varieties For 2024


A late heading diploid Perennial Ryegrass, with excellent early season growth at 115% against control. This variety is suited to early grazing and multicut forage production. In a grazing situation, Callan produces a high ME yield of 101% against control and D value of 76.0.


Moira is a popular intermediate perennial diploid which provides great shoulder growth early and late season with a total cutting yield of 102% of control. First cut yield is 103% with a D value of 69.9. Grazing D value is 76.0 with an early spring and spring yield of 117% and 110% respectively. Moira also exhibits excellent winter hardiness (7.5).


Bannfoot is a perennial type, tetraploid hybrid ryegrass which is ideal for medium to longer term rotations, with good crown rust resistance. It has good spring growth with a first cut of 102% of control varieties and good persistency with consistent performance of 102% in year 3. Quality is good, with 1st and 2nd silage cuts achieving 71.9D and 71.5D, respectively.


A good all-round late diploid variety with good early growth for a late heading variety. 1st cut under silage is 109% of control which is the 2nd highest available in the late diploid group. First cut D Value is 69.4 with a second cut of 74.0 and grazing D value of 76.8. Glenarm has an good crown rust resistance of 6.3, and good ground cover and winter hardiness.


The highest yielding intermediate tetraploid perennial ryegrass variety under cutting management with a year 1 score of 108% of control and total cutting yield of 107%. Overall, its yields are exceptional under cutting and grazing and with high 1st cut (112%) and spring grazing (107%). Quality is excellent as is disease resistance and winter hardiness making Seagoe a very attractive variety to have in any medium – long term mix for cutting or grazing.