Bealey is a very late flowering tetraploid perennial ryegrass that boosts animal performance by combining the key elements of excellent feed quality, high yields and more even seasonal growth. Bealey performs well in temperate regions throughout Australia.
Bealey is very late flowering (+25 days) giving high quality feed into late spring and summer. This makes pasture management easier and improves animal performance
Grazing management – Due to its high palatability, to get the best from Bealey avoid continual hard grazing and/or prolonged set stocking through dry periods. In wet winter conditions avoid treading or pugging damage by cattle.
- True perennial ryegrass
- Very late flowering (+25 days)
- Excellent winter and summer growth
- Highly palatable tetraploid
- Long term persistence
- Plus NEA2 endophyte: Highest potential production, Excellent insect tolerance and No staggers.