Chinese Red Cow Peas

In Bahia Grass

Tarver Sales · Folsom, LA 70437 · 800-848-9303


End of Season “Mob” Grazing

Animal’s hooves grind and incorporate remaining vegetation into soil. Vegetation then become excellent organic, “insulating” soil building material. It is then ready for overseeding a winter crop of rye grass into this mellow, rich soil without need for additional fertilizer.

In the spring as the rye grass fades out, healthy perennial Bahia or Bermuda grasses re-emerge.

Not a day’s grazing lost.

Note the organic building up of humus in the soil.

Nitrogen nodules and the deep root system seen in October peas.

After peas have been grazed off, bountiful, continuing production of Bahia grass with no additional fertilizer—in October.

A grazing or “stock piling” opportunity.