WELCOME to King’s AgriSeeds, Inc.
King’s AgriSeeds services the Southeastern, Middle Atlantic and Northeastern regions of the United States by providing a full line of forage seed, Masters Choice corn hybrids and cover crop seed.
Our products are superior – but they must be grown and managed correctly. We understand and respect the many challenges in farming, whether you are just getting started or are deeply familiar with alternative forages or cover crops. Our technical staff and dealer network is here to guide you from planting to feeding, and help you experience the jump in productivity that is possible with the best quality feed.
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Contact your local King’s AgriSeeds dealer for more details. John Deere Multi-Use Account and $1000 minimum purchase required.
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Masters Choice floury starch corn featured in American Dairymen
Here’s what they say…
“I no tilled Triticale Plus in sorgham/sudan stubble (no spray or tillage) the second week of last September. We got good rain around the first of October, and were able to graze once in November. It was lush and very high quality at that time. The area (15 acres) was then not touched until the middle of March, when we had good regrowth. I did put 50 lbs of nitrogen and 50 lbs of potash on around the end of February.
We have been able to run the cows through three times, running around 50 cows per acre per day. I give them a 2 acre strip for two days. I wish I had a hundred acres to put Triticale Plus on; I would need no hay or other winter feed.
Annuals have become an important component in extending nearly year round grazing for me. It also lets us keep our numbers up knowing we will have extra high quality grazing.
The advantage is in quality of feed combined with cost as well as low labor, as compared to feeding hay or other stored feed. “
-Chuck Benhoff, Farmville, VA