Stubble Turnips

Can be ready to strip graze in 12-13 weeks of sowing. Ideal for supplemening limited supplies of summer grass and as an autumn and winter feed for later lambing ewes.


A new variety giving higher dry matter yields than existing varieties.


A very leafy variety with smallish green bulbs, excellent root anchorage and excellent disease resistance. More winter hardy than other varieties.


Very high yielding. Produces large palatable roots ideal for sheep or cattle.


Suitable for zero or strip grazing in mid-summer. Can produce some regrowth after light grazing.

  • Sowing period: May - August
  • Direct Drill: 2kg/acre
  • Broadcast: 3kg/acre
  • Graze 12-14 wks from sowing
  • Av. DM Yield: 1.4-1.6 tonnes/acre
  • Av. Fresh Yield: 15 - 16 tonnes/acre
  • Crude Protein: 17 - 18% (mainly leaves)
  • ME: 10.4 - 11 MJ/Kg DM

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