Standability is extended thru mid-bloom

  • Reduced field and harvest losses
  • Harvest ease with reduced lodging
  • Flexibility for the grower on when to harvest
  • Less damaging affects from high winds and heavy rains
  • Reducing leaf to soil contact

Consistent forage quality

  • Maximizes harvestable yield
  • Standability protects quality if harvest is delayed
  • CP, NDFD, ADF, and RFQ equal to the best conventional alfalfas when harvested at bud or early flower
  • More milk, beef or tons per acre

Just 7 inch stubble left in the field versus a 2 inch cut can reduce yield up to 33% according to University of Wisconsin research on cutting heights.