Forbs are broadleaf forages. Many farmers may consider them weeds, but forage quality can actually be quite good, including medicinal properties. Chicory, Plantain and Dandelion are a few examples of forbs that are good grazing species.
Forb Feast Chicory
Forb Feast Chicory is a high quality, reduced bolting chicory blend. Reduced bolting means better feed value throughout the season. Leafiness of Forb Feast is impressive. It is an excellent source of digestible energy, protein and minerals. In addition, chicory has been shown to have key anti-parasitic properties in small ruminants.
Forb Feast has proven itself in livestock and wildlife programs. Its deep taproot lends persistence and production in extreme heat and moisture stress. It also exhibits winter-hardiness. Forb Feast is ideal as a component in a mixture with both warm and cool season grasses and legumes. Recommended seeding rate: 2-5 lb/A.