Arrowleaf clover is an annual legume used for both grazing and fodder conservation (hay or silage). It exhibits good cold tolerance and germinates well at low temperatures. It is well suited to loam and sandy soils with acidic pH, where its deep tap root can penetrate up to 1.5m into the ground thus sourcing moisture from lower in the soil profile.
Cocksfoot is a tufted, perennial grass that is best adapted to cool-season production. Due to the abundance of leaves produced, it does not lose much quality in winter or when it becomes reproductive. It grows strongly during spring and autumn, with poor growth during winter and limited summer growth (not as strong as Tall Fescue).
Forage Pea is an annual, cool season legume with an upright- or prostrate- growth form. Forage Peas have a dual purpose, namely used for grain- and as a diverse forage crop. Legumes have the ability to fix atmospheric Nitrogen, reduce the N requirements of the species in a blend as well as the follow-up crop.
Grazing vetch aka Woolly pod vetch is an annual or biennial (rarely) leguminous plant. It produces most of its growth during autumn, winter and spring. It is most commonly used as grazing or hay production.