Berseem Frosty Clover
Annual legume that is mostly used for cover crop.
A great addition to pastures and hayfields.
Shown to be a great addition to weakening alfalfa stands. When planted in the early spring with alfalfa, Frosty has shown to thicken the stand and match cutting cycles. The relative feed quality value is comparable to alfalfa.
An excellent option for dairy cattle. Milk production has proven to be greater when feed Frosty than most alfalfas
When planted in the fall, Frosty survives until 10 degrees Fahrenheit.
Plant 10-20 lbs per acre August through September or March through April.