“Overall, ball clover appeared to have the most complete set of favorable attributes in this environment (i.e. yield, reseeding ability, grazing tolerance, and a growth season that extended into the summer).”

— Dr. Richard H. Watson
Extension Forage Specialist
Mississippi State University



I was able to graze my Grazer’s Select ball clover until May 1st. The cattle were removed and the clover was allowed to make enough seed to reseed the following year. It was cut for hay on May 27th and yielded two 4x5-1/2 foot round bales with a crude protein of 16.9% and a 62.3% TDN. My calves like this hay better than anything else I am feeding.

— Ed Pickard
Fannin County Texas