- High yielding with large leaves.
- Ideal forage crop for all stock classes.
- Most commonly used as autumn sown winter feed crop.
- High yielding giant type rape with excellent regrowth ability.
- Good tolerance to aphids.
- Maturity at 90-120 days after sowing.
- Good option for winter feed crops, or summer/autumn where summer moisture is available.
- A medium height rape with 10-12 week maturity from sowing.
- Very late flowering which will ensure it maintains quality longer.
- Aphid tolerant.
- Suitable for all classes of stock.
- Proven high yield ability.
- A tall, fast establishing rape ideal for autumn and winter feed.
- Matures at 90-120 days depending on time of sowing.
- Spring sown crops offer summer/autumn grazing with good regrowth for a high yielding winter forage crop.
- Can tolerate dry conditions.
- An early maturing (70-85 days) rape providing high quality finishing feed.
- Good option for low-medium fertility soils.
- Superior resistance to aphids compared to other rape cultivars.
- High dry matter content, with good palatability and stock acceptance.
- Mainly spring sown for lamb finishing over summer.
- Must ripen before feeding to avoid rape scald in livestock.
- Reasonable regrowth after grazing.
- Susceptible to aphids.
- Older cultivar now largely superseded by other higher yielding rapes.
- Sow spring for summer/autumn feed or early autumn for winter feed.
- Suited to single grazing for cattle, best undersown with an annual or italian ryegrass for sheep.
- Maturity of 90-100 days to grazing.
- Excellent aphid tolerance.
- Low stem dry matter %.
- Very high yielding rape/kale interspecies cross.
- Early maturing (70-90 days), intermediate height.
- Suitable for summer, autumn and winter feed to all classes of stock.
- Has high animal preference.
- Excellent regrowth potential.
- Versatile rape suited to a wide range of soil fertility and environmental conditions.
- Has good grazing tolerance with good regrowth potential.
- Proven performance in dryland areas.
- Suitable for all livestock classes as summer forage or a winter greenfeed crop.
- Can be first grazed at 8-10 weeks as no need to wait for ripening.