Small Grains  05/22/17 2:28:06 PM

 
  **PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE**  
ORVNSOAT $10.50/BU ORGANIC VNS SELECT SEED OATS   
  $15.75/BAG Medium maturity and height    
    Good choice for underseeding alfalfa  
    Good for grain- silage or baling  
             




 
ORPINNBARL $21.00   ORG PINNACLE BARLEY 48#            
#142777   Consistently yields 15% more than Conlon with lower protein and plumper grains
    Excellent marketability for malting          
    Stands better than Conlon, medium-height barley      
    Matures about 3 days later than Conlon (medium-late maturity)    
                     
ORVNSBAR $16.75   ORGANIC VNS BARLEY/BU/48#          
    High yielding-medium maturity          
    good option for underseeding            
    shorter variety-excellent standing          
                     
  Organic Wheat and Rye              
ORGGLENN $24.00  ORGANIC GLENN SPRING WHEAT          
    Highest possible rating for baking quality        
    Excellent test weight and protein          
    Best available scab tolerance with excellent tolerance to both leaf and stem rusts  
    Consistent high yields             
    Excellent standing; “strong” straw strength rating from U of MN    
    Good choice for fertile soils or farms located south and/or east of the usual HRSW growing areas
    Glenn is notoriously difficult to thresh          
                     
ORFALRYE WINTERYE  $14.75    ORG WINTER/ FALL RYE/ 50#            
   `  THE MOST WINTER HARDY FALL PLANTED GRAIN        
    CAN BE GRAZED IN FALL            
    PROVIDES EXCELLENT WEED COMPETITION AND LOTS OF BIOMASS FOR GREEN MANURE
    WILL GERMINATE DOWN TO 35 DEGREES F AND         
    PERFORMS BETTER ON LOWER FERTILITY SOIL THAN OTHER WINTER GRAINS  
    EXCELLENT FEED VALUE AS A FORAGE          
                     
  Organic Cover Crop Radish            
                     
TILLAGE $210.00   ORG DAIKON VNS RADISH            
13589 $4.20 LB Economical oilseed radish for cover cropping        
    Field testing has shown no difference between this radish & other named radish brands
    Good taproot development and rapid growth        
    Excellent nutrient scavenger            
    Will winterkill in the upper-Midwest          
    Very competitive with weeds            
    Plant 6-10 weeks before a killing frost in the fall        
    Excellent fit after small grains, silage corn, early soybeans or vegetables  
    Seed 6-10 lbs/acre              
                     
 
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