Top 3 Things to Consider When Selecting a Pasture Grass Seed
Selecting the right pasture grass seed is critical to ensure the maximum health of your livestock and soil. There are several things to consider when choosing grass seed, including your livestock, size of your land, and your region. Another critical factor you don't want to overlook is the quality of the seed you purchase. At Curtis and Curtis Seed, we produce the highest quality of products so that you never have to question what you're feeding your animals and sowing on your land.
Not sure where to start? Take a look at the top three things to consider when selecting a pasture grass seed!
What kind of animals are on your land?
When looking for a pasture grass seed, you must consider what type of animals you're raising on your land. From cattle to horses, we provide an excellent selection of mixtures, including our best-selling Herdmaster Mix and Equestrian Mix. These cool-season mixtures produce volumes of lush, low-maintenance grass that your livestock will love.
Finding a quality product that will have positive effects on your livestock can be challenging. We make it easy by eliminating all harmful and unnecessary filler ingredients from all our grass mixtures, so you know what you're getting every time. Browse our pasture grass seed blends with peace of mind knowing you're feeding your animals the highest quality of forage.
What's the size of your land?
The size of your land is a critical factor to keep in mind when selecting an appropriate pasture grass seed blend. Knowing the amount of product you need is essential in finding a grass seed that fits within your budget. You'll find helpful information on each of our products to help you determine the amount of seed needed per acre to ensure you select the right amount for your land.
If you aren't sure how many pounds of product you'll need to cover your land, our cultivation experts are available to provide recommendations to help you make the most of your purchase.
What's the climate and soil condition of your region?
The region your land is located in is a primary consideration when selecting a pasture grass seed. Planting the right seed blend for your area's amount of precipitation, soil type, and weather will ensure your grass is adaptable to your region's conditions and won't deplete your soil's nutrients. We offer several species that are well-suited for a variety of different areas, including:
We believe that what you get out of your pasture is directly related to what you put into it. Selecting a quality seed ensures that your seed investment will pay off for your land and livestock. At Curtis and Curtis Seed, we provide dozens of options to meet every customer's needs. With over 65 years of industry experience, our team is here to help you troubleshoot problems back on the farm and continue successful growth on your land!
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