Over 90% of Bluegrass (POA SP.) seed production is grown in the Northwest states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Bluegrass straw is a by-product after the harvest of seed. Bluegrass has the highest Crude Protein of grass straws and it is commonly used for beef and dairy herds.
Finishing and Packaging Services:
Single-Compressed (50-60 kg) raw material from the field.
Double-Compressed bales processed from raw material.
- Full Bale (55-60 kg) Dimensions: 24”H x 20”W x 17"D
- Half-cut (25-30 kg) Dimensions: 12”H x 20”Wx 17"D
Sleeve 4-cut (430-460 kg) Dimensions:
- Mag Bale: 34”H x 47”W x 42”D
- Big Bale: 30”H x 45”W x 45”D
For use with Full Bale and Half-cut packaging.
Pacific Northwest (PNW): Harvested once per year. Harvesting usually begins in June and continues through July (dependent on weather conditions). Average yields for bluegrass straw are 2 tons/acre. However, this can vary based on variety, grower practices, and growing conditions.