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Nutritional - Fodder Solution for Livestock & Farm Animals It’s called Gingergreen Pasture grass. No more paying for diesel to make hay.  1 x Small Bag R (Coverage 150m2) (Weight 1.45kg in Weight) 1 x 15KG Bag R (Coverage m2) The grass seeds grow (and can be planted in the winter too) all year round. The grass is frost resistant and even grows in the shade. It stays green all year round which means huge savings on diesel and savings on purchasing hay. The grass is also frost resistant (and snow too) Cost – believe it or not it’s under R2.00 m2.A 15kg bag does m2 of grassing and the selling price is R per bag  which works out to R1.83m2  Gingergreen Pasture Grass Nutritional facts - Pasture nutrition crude protein 25%Palatability is 84% or 4.2 out 5 fibre.30% metabolisable energy12 mj/kg dm dry matterCalcium to potassium ratio is 2:1 Yield is tons per hectare - depending on management.Pasture grass will survive snow and black frost. The grass is a hybrid of indigenous grasses.  The price includes delivery to anywhere in South Africa, Agents wanted in all areas. We have smaller bags for R350 ea which do 150 m2  if you are nervous. Email me for any more info and pictures Gingergreen Pasture Grass    Pasture nutrition crude protein 25%  Palatability is 84% or 4.2 out 5 fibre.  30% metabolisable energy  12 mj/kg dm dry matter  Yield is tons per hectare - depending on  management.  Our grasses will survive snow and black frost.  You can plant it any time of year and its easy to maintain.    


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