Leafy forage in 6 to 8 weeks


Semi-dwarf Rape, a cross between Stubble Turnip and Kale producing high protein, leafy forage in 6 to 8 weeks.

  • High seedling vigour gives more reliable establishment than Kale
  • High leaf to stem ratio and good disease resistance give excellent palatability
  • Bolting resistance produces reliable high quality Summer grazing
  • Proven palatability in grazing trials
  • Better re-growth potential than other varieties
  • Better Winter hardiness than Stubble Turnips
Seed Rate Pack Size Seed Treatment
2.5 - 6kg/ha 5kg and 25kg Untreated


Scale 1-9, where 9 = best or most pronounced

Brassica Fodder Crop for CSS
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Crude Protein
Metabolisable Energy
Winter Hardiness

Sheep prefer Winfred!

A great result for the specialist Forage Rape “Winfred” was observed in two recent grazing trials which compared Winfred, Swift, Napoleon and Autumn Feed.

Two weeks into grazing we were alerted by the farmer that: “Very interesting things were happening in the forage crop field! The sheep are camped in the Winfred all the time; they graze it nearly to the floor, and then break through the fence to get at it again!”

In the second trial the farmer commented, “I would never believe that lambs could be so choosy. It is obvious to me that Winfred has something the stock prefer, and their conversion rate seemed to be so much quicker when they were concentrating on the Winfred”.