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Buck Forage Oats        bf deer.jpg (4392 bytes) If attracting deer during hunting season is your goal, then Buck Forage Oats have no peer. But don't take our word, we suggest strip planting next to any clover, blend, turnips, rape, or any other super blend. Then, observe during hunting season for actual utilization. You'll discover how Buck Forage earned it's name. Buck Forage are more winter hardy than most others and tend to grow slower than other oats in the fall. Smaller means more tender and palatable.  (Why do deer perfer Buck Forage oats? ) We can't say for sure, but because Buck Forage oats retain a higher protein content longer as it tends to stay smaller longer.  As small grains get larger they tend to become tough and the protein content decreases.Planting . Work ground well  Broadcast or drill 100 to 120 lbs. per acre.  Cover seed 1 to 1/2 inches deep.  Fertilize and lime based on soil type and condition. 

 

WINTER OATS

WINTER RYE

Austrian Winter Peas
Pisum sativum subsp. arvense
TYPE: Cool Season Annual Legume
ORIGIN: Common variety from Europe
ADAPTATIONS: Well drained loam or sandy loam soils of the Southeastern U.S.
USES: Primarily as a cover crop, provides high quality forage for livestock and deer.
BENEFITS: Adds Nitrogen to soil and provides winter erosion control.
NUTRITIONAL: High quality similar to White Clover.
PLANTING: RATE: 30 to 40 lb./acre   -    TIME: September - October     METHOD: Well prepared, firm seed bed, alone or with a small grain. 1 inch deep. GRAZING: Not suited to grazing because of livestock damage from trampling. Excellent for wild game food plots and as a plow down green manure crop.

FOR WINTER FORAGE: Brown Top Millet, Leafy 22 Hybrid Pearl Millet, Summergrazer III Sorghum Sudangrass.

Korean Lespedeza - Korean is a warm season annual. It is easy to establish on well drained , clay, loamy soil and can tolerate acid poor soil types. Not much maintenance or high fertility  is needed. When in pasture allow time for natural reseeding. When used for hay cut in bloom stage. A non-bloating that complements cool- season grasses in hay and pasture situations. Lespedezas are most productive July thru September.  Can be used for erosion control and is excellent for wildlife. Seed in early Spring @ 30 # per acre 1/2 inch deep broadcast. Keep Ph above 5.5.

Graze King Rye - A variety of rye developed for use as a rapidly developing winter cover crop and for use as a forage or green manure plowdown.  Can be utilized as late fall and early winter pasture.  Early heading date is same as Winter King.  It can be seeded immediately after corn silage removal in a double cropping program Control fall grazing so as to leave 3-4 inches of growth.  In early spring harvest in boot or flagleaf  stage for hay or haylage.   High in feed value and digestibility.Seed bed preparation - 2 to3 inches deep, trash free and firmed prior to seeding. Seeding Rate - Best results have been attained with rates from 90-120 lbs. per acre. Seeding Depth - 1 to 2 inches deep in a well firmed seedbed.   Best results with small grains are usually obtained with a grain drill or similar type equipment. Fertilization - Excellent results have been obtained with 30#N, 40# P, and 80# K broadcast and worked into the seedbed prior to seeding.  To maximize forage production, 60 to 70# N topdressed in late winter or early spring has increased forage yield.  Harvest -  For hay or haylage  cut in boot or flagleaf stage for highest feed value. Planting Dates -  Early August to early November.

Crownvetch -  Crownvetch is a deep rooted perennial legume.  It is winter hardy, drought tolerant, and will persist under light shade.  The stems of crownvetch are coarse, semi-erect, and attain lengths of 3 to 5 feet at maturity.  The showy blossoms vary in color from whitish-pink to light purple with various shades of pink.  Crownvetch blooms from mid-June to August.  Crownvetch spreads by seed and by heavy rhizomes.  With favorable growing conditions and proper management, crownvetch plantings thicken with time and eventually almost completely  eliminate other herbaceous species.   Crownvetch should be seeded during spring.  A special inoculent is required.   The most extensive use of crownvetch in the United States has been for cover and erosion control.  It is particularly valuable on cuts and fills which receive little or no mowing.  On many such sites, pure stands of crownvetch have developed with excellent ground cover.  On the better sites which receive some traffic and are mowed regularly, other species predominate and crownvetch is of only minor importance or disappears completely.  When used as a forage, crownvetch is primarily used as pasture.  It is course stemmed with a high proportion of stem to leaf and is difficult  to harvest as hay.  SEEDING RATE  - Seed in early spring at 5-8 pound/acre.  May require several years to obtain a productive stand.

Hairy Vetch - Hairy Vetch is of European origin; is a winter annual primarily used as a green manure crop and as   soil cover.  It should be seeded at 40-50 pounds per acre during the summer or fall months; late June or early July are the preferred months.  Hairy vetch makes some growth during the late summer and the fall, lives through winter, and makes a vigorous spring growth.  The second-year growth of hairy vetch can be utilized as livestock feed.  It is palatable as pasture, or can be harvested as hay or silage.   Yields are much lower than those of other common forage legumes.  If the intent is to maintain the stand of hairy vetch, it must be permitted to mature seed.   The plant has a high percentage of hard seeds which will volunteer for many years.   Stands of vetch frequently are damaged over winter by diseases.  Hairy vetch is used for cover crop in tobacco fields.

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Table 11. 2015 Kentucky Wheat Test - Southern Tier Region B,

     

 

 

 

 

 

Experimentals Deleted *

             
           

Lodging

Height

Heading Date

 

Yield (Bu/A)

 

Test Wt. (Lb/bu)

(%)

(In)

> May 1

VARIETY

2015

2014-15

 

2015

2014-15

2015

2015

2015

                 

USG 3756

114.9

   

59.6

 

0

41

3

AgriMAXX 446

112.9

109.8

 

59.2

58.6

1

38

5

SS 8360

110.4

106.1

 

59.5

58.3

1

38

5

SYNGENTA SY 483

109.3

102.5

 

57.9

56.1

1

39

6

BECK 120

108.4

109.0

 

55.1

55.8

0

36

3

SC 1342TM

107.4

101.7

 

58.7

57.6

6

40

5

AgriMAXX 444

107.3

104.3

 

58.6

57.5

0

39

5

Equity Brand Butler

106.7

93.8

 

58.8

56.4

0

39

6

USG 3013

106.4

102.8

 

59.1

58.0

6

40

6

KAS S1200

106.0

106.2

 

55.6

55.9

0

37

3

KAS LOWERY

105.2

   

61.0

 

6

40

5

SC 1315-15TM

105.0

   

59.6

 

1

39

3

ARMOR HAVOC

104.9

102.8

 

58.5

58.3

0

37

4

A 10W-21

104.5

103.9

 

60.1

61.1

0

37

4

USG 3404

104.2

101.3

 

58.4

57.4

0

39

6

SYNGENTA SY 547

104.0

100.4

 

58.6

58.5

4

41

3

AgriMAXX 413

103.5

106.6

 

55.6

55.7

0

36

3

L-Brand 264

103.1

   

58.8

 

0

38

3

AriMAXX 438

103.0

104.2

 

59.4

58.2

6

40

5

SC 1321TM

102.8

103.6

 

55.3

55.9

0

37

3

Dyna-Gro 9171

102.6

103.7

 

55.6

55.9

0

36

3

USG 3438

102.5

107.1

 

55.8

56.5

0

36

3

PEMBROKE 2014

102.0

99.1

 

59.2

60.7

0

35

3

KAS LIBERTY IV

102.0

   

56.2

 

19

39

4

SC 1335-15TM

101.8

100.7

 

59.0

58.4

0

38

5

KAS S2000

101.8

105.2

 

56.8

58.0

0

37

3

Pioneer variety 26R10

101.7

98.4

 

58.2

56.9

0

38

5

PROGENY P 870

101.6

103.9

 

54.8

55.4

0

37

3

BECK EX 5401

101.5

   

59.0

 

3

40

5

Terral TV8848

101.1

102.7

 

58.8

58.3

9

39

4

Dyna-Gro 9223

101.1

100.6

 

58.0

57.4

6

39

5

Hilliard

100.8

   

57.4

 

0

40

3

SYNGENTA SY 007

100.8

98.8

 

58.4

59.4

13

39

3

Delta Grow 9700

100.4

103.9

 

57.6

57.9

23

40

6

STEYER STex142

100.3

   

56.1

 

1

39

3

Delta Grow 7500

99.5

101.4

 

58.1

57.2

5

40

4

Brodbeck 305

99.5

   

61.1

 

0

40

5

Truman

99.4

92.5

 

60.5

58.8

0

41

10

Pioneer variety 26R53

99.2

98.7

 

60.2

59.7

0

36

4

Brodbeck 202

98.8

   

58.1

 

0

43

4

AgriMAXX 447

98.7

95.6

 

59.1

57.5

0

40

5

L-Brand 304

98.6

97.7

 

61.6

62.3

0

42

3

PROGENY P 410

98.0

   

59.7

 

4

43

4

BECK 125

96.9

99.1

 

58.5

58.3

0

38

5

STEYER MORRIN

96.7

   

58.8

 

0

40

5

Delta Grow 2700

96.7

   

57.8

 

5

38

6

Pioneer variety 25R40

96.6

97.8

 

59.5

57.3

0

36

5

Dixie Kelsey

96.6

   

59.7

 

4

37

4

L-Brand 461

96.6

   

59.6

 

26

41

3

Pioneer variety 26R41

96.4

99.7

 

57.4

58.0

0

37

4

Terral TV8861

96.4

93.1

 

58.7

57.4

0

37

6

SYNGENTA SY 474

96.3

93.5

 

58.0

58.0

14

40

4

SYNGENTA BRANSON

96.2

   

57.0

 

6

37

3

STEYER EVANS

96.0

   

57.3

 

30

38

5

SS 8340

96.0

100.1

 

59.5

60.4

1

37

4

SC 1325-15TM

95.6

100.7

 

55.8

57.9

0

36

4

Dyna-Gro 9591

95.6

97.8

 

58.8

59.7

28

39

3

L-Brand 347

95.5

   

59.1

 

38

41

4

Equity Brand Guardian

95.4

94.0

 

59.7

58.9

29

40

5

Pioneer variety 25R32

95.0

93.4

 

59.7

59.7

5

39

4

Dyna-Gro 9522

94.8

98.2

 

56.7

56.8

14

39

5

SS 8700

93.9

92.3

 

55.5

55.2

1

39

5

PEMBROKE 2008

93.9

95.4

 

58.9

59.2

0

39

4

Dixie Extreme

93.3

95.9

 

58.7

57.7

9

40

6

Dixie McAlister

93.3

98.0

 

54.4

55.1

8

36

3

L-Brand 377

93.3

   

57.5

 

25

39

4

AgriMAXX 415

90.6

96.1

 

60.4

60.5

11

37

4

ARMOR OCTANE

89.7

92.3

 

57.6

57.1

0

39

6

SS 8415

89.0

86.5

 

54.3

53.8

26

38

3

VA11W-230

88.8

   

57.8

 

8

36

3

PROGENY P 357

86.9

92.4

 

52.7

53.4

31

37

6

PROGENY P 117

86.6

95.9

 

56.4

58.3

38

41

3

KAS 5058

85.7

95.5

 

58.5

59.7

63

40

4

Delta Grow 3200

81.7

87.2

 

58.0

57.8

0

34

4

Dixie DXEX 15-2

79.2

   

57.4

 

19

43

3

AVERAGE

99.1

99.2

 

58.2

57.9

7

39

4

C.V.

7.3

7.9

           

LSD (0.10)

11.9

9.1

           
                 

Location: Trigg Co.

               

Planting date: 10-25-14; Conventional tillage; Harvest date: 6-22-15.

 

Table 8. 2015 Kentucky Wheat Test - Ohio

 Valley Region.

   
Experimentals Deleted              
            Height Heading Date
  Yield (Bu/A)   Test Wt. (Lb/bu) (In) > May 1
VARIETY 2015 2014-15   2015 2014-15 2015 2015
STEYER EVANS 97.3     60.3   36 9
USG 3404 96.3 97.6   60.6 61.2 35 8
AgriMAXX 444 94.5 98.6   61.3 61.4 35 8
Dyna-Gro 9522 94.2 100.7   60.5 60.6 35 9
STEYER MORRIN 92.8     60.2   35 8
AgriMAXX 447 92.1 98.2   59.9 60.1 36 8
Delta Grow 2700 92.0     60.6   36 8
KAS LIBERTY IV 91.5     58.5   34 6
AgriMAXX 438 89.4 98.1   60.2 60.4 37 7
PROGENY P 357 89.3 98.0   59.0 59.2 34 8
SYNGENTA SY 483 89.3 99.2   60.0 60.3 37 8
Dixie Extreme 89.2 98.1   60.7 61.1 38 8
SC 1342TM 88.5 97.9   61.2 61.0 37 7
ARMOR OCTANE 88.3 97.3   60.0 60.1 36 8
Truman 88.2 89.9   60.7 60.9 40 12
ARMOR HAVOC 88.1 99.1   60.4 61.5 34 7
Pioneer variety 26R10 88.0 98.9   60.5 61.2 34 7
Terral TV8861 87.9 95.6   60.5 61.1 35 8
SS 8340 87.9 98.1   62.2 62.9 34 6
SC 1335-15TM 87.8 95.7   60.8 62.0 35 7
BECK 125 87.7 97.7   60.9 62.1 36 7
SS 8700 87.4 93.5   58.9 59.6 37 7
Equity Brand Butler 87.3 97.2   59.6 60.1 35 7
Pioneer variety 25R32 86.9 93.6   61.1 62.0 35 8
Pioneer variety 26R53 86.9 96.3   62.1 62.6 33 7
Brodbeck 305 86.8     61.8   36 8
KAS LOWERY 86.6     62.1   38 8
SS 8360 86.1 98.5   60.5 61.3 35 7
Dixie McAlister 85.8 97.4   59.0 59.8 32 5
KAS S2000 85.7 100.9   58.9 61.0 34 4
Pioneer variety 26R41 85.7 93.9   60.1 61.5 34 7
Dyna-Gro 9223 84.7 95.9   60.4 60.8 37 8
PROGENY P 870 84.4 94.7   58.7 59.9 32 6
USG 3013 84.2 93.9   60.3 60.6 37 8
USG 3438 83.9 95.0   58.8 59.9 32 6
Equity Brand Guardian 83.3 91.5   61.7 61.8 37 7
Hilliard 83.2     61.3   35 5
Pioneer variety 25R40 83.0 94.8   61.1 61.7 32 6
AgriMAXX 413 83.0 94.7   58.8 60.0 32 5
KAS S1200 82.9 96.5   58.5 60.1 33 5
SYNGENTA SY 474 82.3 96.0   61.0 61.0 39 7
Dixie Kelsey 81.4     62.5   32 6
STEYER STex142 81.2     58.7   36 7
Terral TV8848 81.2 95.1   61.5 61.8 36 7
SC 1321TM 80.5 94.7   58.9 60.3 32 6
BECK 120 80.3 95.6   58.2 59.9 32 5
Dyna-Gro 9171 80.2 93.9   58.5 59.8 32 6
AgriMAXX 446 79.9 98.6   60.5 61.5 34 7
VA 10W-21 78.8 91.7   62.5 63.6 34 5
SYNGENTA BRANSON 77.9     61.0   33 4
PEMBROKE 2016 77.8 87.4   60.7 62.6 33 5
AgriMAXX 415 77.7 90.5   62.5 63.1 33 6
VA11W-230 77.7     62.7   33 3
Dyna-Gro 9591 77.5 92.1   60.9 62.3 36 4
PEMBROKE 2014 76.9 87.7   61.6 63.3 32 5
SC 1325-15TM 76.8 91.0   59.6 61.2 33 4
Delta Grow 7500 76.7 89.3   60.4 60.6 33 6
USG 3756 76.7     60.6   36 4
SYNGENTA SY 007 76.5 87.2   60.2 61.7 36 3
Delta Grow 3200 76.4 86.7   60.2 61.7 30 5
Brodbeck 202 76.1     59.3   38 7
PEMBROKE 2008 76.0 85.8   61.9 62.5 35 6
SYNGENTA SY 547 75.5 91.6   60.8 61.9 35 6
Delta Grow 9700 75.0 92.2   59.5 60.2 36 9
L-Brand 264 74.5     61.6   33 5
L-Brand 377 73.2     61.3   35 5
PROGENY P 117 72.3 80.8   60.7 61.2 37 5
SC 1315-15TM 71.0     60.0   35 4
PROGENY P 410 69.6     60.9   36 6
L-Brand 461 67.0     61.9   37 5
L-Brand 347 66.7     62.5   34 5
KAS 5058 60.9 80.0   63.1 63.9 34 6
SS 8415 60.1 77.4   58.7 60.0 34 4
L-Brand 304 53.3 77.4   62.8 63.7 36 6
               
               
AVERAGE 81.6 93.5   60.6 61.3 35 6
C.V. 7.2 7.0          
LSD (0.10) 9.8 7.3          
               
Location: Union Co.; Lodging = 0%.          
Planting date: 10-18-14; No-Till; Harvest date: 6-22-15.  

 

Table 3. 2015 Kentucky Wheat Test - Overall State Summary.*

   
Experimentals Deleted            
       

Test Wt.

Height

Heading Date

 

Yield (Bu/A)

 

(Lb/bu)

(In)

> May 1

VARIETY

2015

2014-15

2013-15

2015

2015

2015

             

AgriMAXX 438

92.3

95.3

 

59.9

36

6

AgriMAXX 446

91.7

97.2

 

60.1

34

6

SC 1342TM

91.2

96.6

97.2

59.8

36

7

SYNGENTA SY 483

90.8

95.0

93.0

60.0

36

7

AgriMAXX 444

90.5

95.1

 

60.1

35

7

USG 3404

90.5

94.3

 

59.8

35

7

SS 8360

90.1

96.3

 

60.6

34

6

USG 3013

89.9

95.2

 

59.5

36

7

Delta Grow 2700

89.9

   

59.9

35

7

STEYER MORRIN

89.9

   

59.5

35

7

STEYER EVANS

89.6

   

59.7

35

7

Dixie Extreme

89.5

95.9

 

59.8

36

7

KAS LIBERTY IV

89.4

   

58.7

34

5

Pioneer variety 26R10

89.3

94.8

96.7

60.2

34

6

Terral TV8848

88.7

95.4

94.5

60.8

35

6

SS 8700

88.5

90.7

91.0

59.1

36

7

Equity Brand Butler

88.5

89.1

 

59.2

35

7

Dyna-Gro 9223

88.5

95.0

95.1

59.5

36

7

BECK 120

88.4

95.4

96.0

58.2

33

4

Pioneer variety 25R40

88.1

92.9

93.6

60.4

32

6

AgriMAXX 413

88.1

94.3

95.0

58.5

33

4

PROGENY P 357

88.0

93.6

93.5

57.8

34

7

AgriMAXX 447

87.9

90.4

93.8

59.5

36

7

Dyna-Gro 9522

87.8

93.5

 

59.5

35

7

PROGENY PGX 13-6

87.8

94.2

 

59.8

35

7

Equity Brand Guardian

87.0

89.0

 

60.7

37

7

USG 3438

86.9

94.5

94.4

58.5

33

5

Dixie McAlister

86.3

91.8

 

58.3

33

5

PROGENY P 870

86.2

92.8

94.1

58.2

33

5

SYNGENTA SY 474

86.2

89.1

 

60.5

38

6

KAS S1200

86.1

93.5

95.6

58.4

33

4

SYNGENTA SY 547

86.1

92.2

 

60.7

37

4

PROGENY PGX 14-3

86.0

   

60.0

37

4

SC 1321TM

86.0

93.4

95.8

58.1

33

4

BECK 125

85.9

91.8

 

60.2

35

6

Dyna-Gro 9171

85.9

92.9

94.7

58.5

33

4

Brodbeck 305

85.9

   

61.1

37

7

Pioneer variety 26R41

85.8

91.8

92.0

60.4

33

6

SC 1335-15TM

85.8

92.3

 

60.3

35

6

KAS LOWERY

85.8

   

60.9

36

7

Delta Grow 9700

85.7

94.4

95.0

59.6

36

7

ARMOR OCTANE

85.7

91.9

94.1

58.9

35

7

L-Brand 377

85.6

   

59.9

36

5

KAS S2000

85.4

93.7

 

59.3

34

4

ARMOR HAVOC

85.4

94.0

95.8

60.3

33

6

Delta Grow 7500

84.9

90.1

89.5

59.7

35

5

USG 3756

84.8

   

60.3

37

4

STEYER STex142

84.7

   

58.5

36

5

SS EXP 8530

84.6

   

59.3

35

4

SYNGENTA BRANSON

84.1

   

59.9

34

4

VA 10W-21

83.6

91.4

 

62.3

34

5

SC 1315-15TM

83.6

   

60.9

36

4

Hilliard

83.5

   

60.7

35

5

PEMBROKE 2016

83.1

87.4

91.6

60.5

34

4

Terral TV8861

83.0

87.9

86.9

60.1

33

7

L-Brand 264

82.7

   

61.1

34

4

Pioneer variety 26R53

82.7

89.2

91.1

61.3

33

6

SC 1325-15TM

82.7

92.3

 

59.0

34

4

Dyna-Gro 9591

82.6

89.4

 

60.5

36

4

AgriMAXX 415

82.6

89.6

91.3

62.1

34

5

SS 8340

82.6

91.9

91.2

61.6

34

5

Pioneer variety 25R32

82.5

87.2

88.5

61.2

35

6

Dixie Kelsey

82.4

   

61.9

34

6

PEMBROKE 2014

81.2

87.4

88.0

61.3

32

4

Truman

81.0

85.1

85.3

60.3

38

11

SYNGENTA SY 007

80.9

87.2

88.9

60.0

35

3

PEMBROKE 2008

80.8

85.8

87.8

60.8

35

5

L-Brand 461

80.7

   

61.6

39

5

Delta Grow 3200

80.5

88.9

 

60.2

31

5

L-Brand 347

79.7

   

61.7

36

5

PROGENY P 410

79.6

   

60.1

38

5

KAS 5058

78.9

87.7

89.3

62.0

36

6

Brodbeck 202

78.8

   

58.9

38

6

L-Brand 304

78.5

87.1

 

62.8

38

5

SS 8415

77.2

81.5

 

58.7

35

4

VA11W-230

76.2

   

61.9

33

4

PROGENY P 117

75.6

83.4

82.3

59.7

37

5

AVERAGE

85.0

91.4

92.0

60.1

35

6

C.V.

7.8

7.7

7.6

     

LSD (0.10)

4.1

8.0

6.5

     
             

* Summary of seven tests - (Caldwell, Woodford, Logan, Union, Trigg, Ballard, Fayette Co.).