Oats are a nutritious feed for all classes of livestock and wildlife
as they are high in protein, vitamins and minerals. The oat plant, like
wheat, is an annual grass that is great for grazing for livestock, cover
crops, hay production, and windbreaks. Common varieties of Oats are
Coker, Bob and Harrison. Many varieties are suited a little better for
certain climates. All oats are great forage producing varieties for
livestock and wildlife during the cool season. Oats should be planted on
well prepared plowed ground for best results.
Plant 100 lbs. if drill seeding and 150 lbs. if broadcasted.