Timothy is a highly palatable bunchgrass that makes excellent horse-type hay. Used primarily in hay mixtures it can be seeded alone, although regrowth is slow.













Conquest was bred for higher forage yields, greater foliar disease resistance, faster spring green up and improved summer
regrowth. Conquest is ideally suited for pasture mixes, especially when used with alfalfa and can tolerate moderate continuous grazing, but does best under rotational grazing. Conquest is the hay and pasture grass of choice for horse and other livestock owners who demand high quality forage.



This timothy has been a staple of forage production for a long time. High leaf-to-stem ratio gives good yields. Decent disease resistance allows very good survivability.