Perennial Ryegrass (lolium perenne) is raised mostly in the Willamette Valley of Oregon State for seed production. Perennial Ryegrass straw has high digestibility which is suitable for beef and dairy cattle. With a leafy head and fine stem, it is considered very palatable.
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): One harvest per year. Begins end of July and continues through the month of August (dependent on weather conditions). Average yields for perennial ryegrass are 1-1.5 tons/acre. However, this can vary based on variety, grower practices, and growing conditions.