Siberian millet is a single cut millet similar to German Millet, but is earlier maturing and has slightly finer stems. It is fast growing and can reach 5′ tall.
Best Use: Single-cut emergency hay crop
Adaptation: Likes good ground but tolerates tough, unfavorable conditions because of drought tolerance and early maturity.
Management: Harvest in boot stage.
Planting Date: Late May – early July (soil 62°F+)
Seeding: 20-25 lbs/acre, ½”-1”deep
$67.50 / 50lb Bag
Millets are some of the oldest of cultivated crops harvested for food or feed. The crop is favored due to its productivity and short growing season under dry, high-temperature conditions.
- Japanese Millet
- Hybrid Pearl Millet
- BMR Hybrid Pearl Millet
Minimal regrowth that may be direct grazed.
- Foxtail Millet
- Proso Millet
Click here to learn more about Alternative Forage Crops. by Dr. Dan Undersander, Forage Agronomist at the University of Wisconsin.