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Blizzard Fodder Beet Seed

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Blizzard (white skin) produces a very palatable feed and has particularly high DM content at 22.4%. It sits deeper in the soil, with 72.3% of the root in the ground. It is best fed to dairy or beef stock. AD potential. Best suited for lifting.


Blizzard is a Fodder Beet variety with excellent dry matter yields with red roots. It requires similar management to sugar beet and produces high quality forage yields and also an excellent supplement to grass silage. The tops of Blizzard Fodder Beet can be used if required to boost the total fodder output even further. Blizzard is available Force/Tachigaren/Vibrance treated and the roots can be lifted and stored or strip grazed.

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