These grains thrash freely from the hulls when harvested, reducing the need for processing or pearling. It requires less input than wheat and grows well in adverse conditions, both organic and conventional.
An ideal choice for a wide range of land or rotations, or as break crops, naked oats offer high premiums for growers. Versatile and popular for animal feeds, flaking, malting and cosmetics.
A new, innovative product that delivers consistently high yields, and has growing consumer market demand. Better performing in treated yield comparison data – with premium buy backs available.
Early to mature over a wide window, rye is ideal for early autumn drilling and on drought-prone land. Grows well in poorer soils, with vigorous growth habit.
The profile of this ancient grain has hardly changed in the past 7,000 years. Now enjoying a revival, organic or conventional spelt is ideal for artisan baking and livestock rations.
This new spring bean and wheat bi-cropping opportunity provides mutually beneficial outcomes for both crops, suppressing weeds, raising wheat protein and locking in nitrogen.