This handy chart compares the barley varieties we have for sale on key attributes including: grain yield, forage yield, height, straw strength, malt acceptance etc.
Two-row feed barley with top grain yield, straw strength, high test weight and plumpness.
Two-row forage barley with smooth awns that make it a cow favorite when baled or used for swath grazing. A nice big kernel with a heavy bushel weight when harvested for grain. Excellent if rolling for feed purposes.
With smooth awn and excellent standability, new AAB Advantage Barley is an excellent choice for those customers looking for silage/green feed/grain option.
New malt/feed barley that has excellent grain yield and nice standability. This variety is rising in acceptance with Maltsters due to it's similar malt profile to AC Metcalfe and it's low susceptibility to Fusarium.
Malt or Feed - It's up to you! This dual purpose barley maximizes yields with the excellent straw strength needed to handle high fertility situations where lodging could be an issue. Large plump kernels gives this two row barley the bushel weight to make the grade.
Two-row malting barley with high yields and good straw strength
Two-row spring malting barley with high yields, good agronomic traits, moderate disease resistance and excellent malting quality.
This handy chart compares the durum varieties we have for sale on key attributes including: grain yield, height, straw strength, disease etc.
With it's strong straw, AAC Stronghold will be an excellent fit for southern Alberta, particularly under irrigation. Solid stem sawfly resistance makes it a smart choice on dryland.
AAC Congress is high-yielding durum wheat variety with superior end-use qualities.
Slightly higher yield than Strongfield and better fusarium resistance. AC Transcend yields like Strongfield but has a better disease resistance package including better fusarium resistance than Strongfield. The seed samples we have seen have had beautiful color and plumpness.
With 8% Higher yield than Strongfield and better standability, Spitfire is a an excellent choice on irrigation.
This handy chart compares the following spring wheat varieties we have for sale on key attributes including: grain yield, height, straw strength, disease etc.
AAC Viewfield is the shortest CWRS wheat to date with excellent straw strength, making it a top choice for irrigation and high yield environments. It’s a top yielder with improved protection against fusarium head blight (FHB) and sprouting.
CDC Landmark VB is the first midge tolerant wheat that is high yielding, semi-dwarf, with improved protection against fusarium head blight (FHB). In addition, it has a semi-solid stem which offers some sawfly protection.
It's not a surprise that the seeded acres of AAC Brandon CWRS wheat have increased dramatically across western Canada in the last few years. This semi-dwarf variety is capable of achieving high yields across many types of land and climate conditions on the prairies. Brandon is known for excellent quality protein and other grading parameters and with it's short height it stands quite well even under irrigation.
AC® Carberry is an awned, semi-dwarf CWRS variety that when compared to Superb has similar grain yield, higher grain protein potential, shorter, stronger straw and much better fusarium head blight resistance.
AAC Paramount VB is a high yielding soft white spring wheat with an excellent agronomic package, large kernel size and improved falling number.
AAC Wildfire offers breakthrough yield, yielding 14% higher than Radiant in the 2018 Alberta Seed Guide and is one of the few varieties listed as having a "Very Good" rating for winter hardiness! With a strong “R” rating for resistance to Stripe Rust, Wildfire has a powerful advantage over many other winter wheat varieties including Radiant. Finally, it has an MR (moderately resistant) rating to fusarium and has good straw strength.
See our comparison chart of our Oat varieties based on data from the 2021 Alberta Seed Guide:
This new multi-purpose oat is an excellent choice for milling or green feed/forage purposes: CDC Arborg is a very high yielding, early maturing white milling oat that stands very well. It has excellent milling market opportunities, with good groat %, low thins and high beta-glucane. In addition, Arborg offers excellent green feed/forage tonnage and quality so it performs very well as a forage oat.
High yielding, high quality, white hulled milling oat. This variety has strong straw and crown rust resistance.
AC Morgan is a white hulled milling oat with high grain yield, very good lodging resistance and excellent milling quality.
Tall very high yielding feed oat.
AAC Chrome brings together three top requirements for growers; high yields, excellent standability and resistance to powdery mildew.
High yielding green field pea with good lodging tolerance. Features improved mycosphaerella blight resistance and powdery mildew resistance
CDC Leroy is a forage pea cultivar developed by the Crop Development Centre, University of Saskatchewan.
CDC Blazer is a new high yielding maple pea variety with a light seed coat.
CDC Lima CL® is an Imidazolinone tolerant large green lentil variety with higher yield and seed thickness compared to CDC Improve and CDC Impower.
This small red lentil has a seed size that is just slightly larger than CDC Maxim. Impulse lentils will outyield Maxims by 8% in the traditional lentil growing areas of Saskatchewan and are Clearfield tolerant. Growers need to sign a Clearfield Stewardship Grower Agreement.
A conventional green lentil that yields as much as red CDC Maxim in the traditional lentil growing areas of Sask and Alberta.
This is a new high yielding small red lentil (yielding 109% more than CDC Maxim in the 2021 Saskatchewan Seed Guide) and has a seed thickness greater than that of CDC Maxim and good resistance to Ascochyta Blight. Imidazolinone tolerant for weed control.
A new flax variety with European heritage that provides very competitive yield, large seed size and great stand-ability.
Talk to us about other crops.
We are pleased to provide our customers with custom forage and cover crop blends as well as Alfalfa seed and blends.
Peas are often added to oats or barley forage crops in order to increase the protein content and palatability of the forage.
Our dual purpose hay and pasture blends are suitable for haying and some grazing. These blends include a combination of native grasses. Some include a small amount of alfalfa and some do not.
With a higher alfalfa content, these blends are suitable for hay but not for grazing.
Our alfalfa seed contains only high purity and germination seed lots and are treated with Apron XL for improved seedling vigour. Alfalfa blends are recommended if you have variable land as the different combination of alfalfa in each blend will help you maximize yield across your whole field.
Talk to us about turnip, radish, forage brassica, hairy vetch and other cover crops.
Talk to us about available lawn and turf species and blends.