Kale is generally a spring sown, single graze option providing late autumn/winter feed between May and August. Kale can also be spring sown for a late-summer protein source when pasture quality is low.
Selecting a kale cultivar is a balance between dry matter (DM) yield and forage quality - leaf percentage and stem softness. Giant (tall) kale types provide bulk feed but lower quality and reduced crop utilisation, while short types provide a lower DM yield and higher quality. Intermediate types offer a balance between DM yield and quality.
A new generation, high yielding giant kale. Corsa will deliver a high volume, high quality feed for your animals.
A high yielding, giant type kale with excellent winter hardiness and good Aphid tolerance. Gruner kale is an ideal option when dry matter yield is your priority.
A short height kale with high leaf percentage and soft, digestible stems that deliver an energy-dense, easy-to-graze feed. The ideal feed option when animal performance is your focus.
A high yielding, intermediate height kale with soft stems providing excellent crop utilisation. Choose Regal® when your winter priority is for both yield and forage quality.