Growing fodder crops is an increasingly good way of cutting the production costs on farms. At DLF we understand that each farm has its own requirements, so we provide a wide variety of fodder crops. 

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Triticale is a versatile crop and can be sown on a wide range of soil types


Variety Type Usage
Mazur Spring

Triticale has the potential to give higher grain yields than winter wheat, often with a reduced requirement for fungicides.

Triticale can be used as a source of whole-crop forage, or for crimping of immature grain, which avoids issues with pre-harvest sprouting







          Yield & Feed Quality
Average Dry Matter Yield


Average Fresh Yield 25-30t/ha Dry Matter
Dry Matter 30-35%
Crude Protein 10%
Digestibility Value 65%
Energy (ME) 10.5 MJ/kg

Why sow spring Triticale?

Triticale can be grown as wholecrop on a wide range of soils requiring fewer inputs than traditional cereals.

The cereal of choice where rabbit damage occurs, It established rapidly, and rabbits find it less palatable.

It is a cross between wheat and rye which can be under sown with grass.