WELCOME to Southeast AgriSeeds, LLC
Southeast AgriSeeds, LLC services the Southeastern region of the United States by providing a full line of forage seed, Masters Choice corn hybrids and cover crop seed, along with knowledgeable, region-specific expertise.
Don’t miss it! November 16: Georgia Forage & Grassland Council Fall Field Day
Ted and Patsy Hughes
451 Collier Church Road
Comer, GA 30629
Registration Fee: $5.00 – Lunch Provided
Topics include: • Grazing Management and Soil Health • White Clover Establishment and Management • Stockpiling Tall Fescue for Fall and Winter Grazing • Planning for Drought Conditions • Pasture Weed Management
Southeast AgriSeeds, LLC was formed in 2016 as a sister organization to King’s AgriSeeds, Inc. King’s AgriSeeds, based out of Ronks, PA, is an industry leading forage seed company with focus on education and product support. Building upon the success of King’s AgriSeeds in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, Southeast AgriSeeds, LLC was developed with the mission of ‘serving southeast agriculture producers by equipping local dealers with the products, service and support needed to maximize productivity per acre.’
Southeast AgriSeeds, LLC offers a wide variety of forage and cover crop products including: summer annual, winter annual, spring annual and perennial forage seeds.
Our mission is to serve southeast agriculture producers by equipping local dealers with the products, service and support needed to maximize productivity per acre.
To be the most knowledgeable and service oriented agricultural distributor in the southeast.
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Contact your local Southeast AgriSeeds dealer for more details. John Deere Multi-Use Account and $1000 minimum purchase required.
Masters Choice floury starch corn featured in American Dairymen
Here’s What They Say…
“I no tilled Triticale Plus in sorgham/sudan stubble (no spray or tillage) the second week of last September. We got good rain around the first of October, and were able to graze once in November. It was lush and very high quality at that time. The area (15 acres) was then not touched until the middle of March, when we had good regrowth. I did put 50 lbs of nitrogen and 50 lbs of potash on around the end of February.
We have been able to run the cows through three times, running around 50 cows per acre per day. I give them a 2 acre strip for two days. I wish I had a hundred acres to put Triticale Plus on; I would need no hay or other winter feed.
Annuals have become an important component in extending nearly year round grazing for me. It also lets us keep our numbers up knowing we will have extra high quality grazing.
The advantage is in quality of feed combined with cost as well as low labor, as compared to feeding hay or other stored feed. “
-Chuck Benhoff, Farmville, VA