Species of the Week: Red Clover

Posted: 20th May 2020

  Red Clover  is one of the most popular true clovers in the UK. Once established it’s capable of rapid growth and shows reasonably good persistence up to three years. Used for silage and aftermath grazing in the autumn, it can also be used as a soil improving green manure.More ...

Taking First Cut Silage

Posted: 13th May 2020

An update from Peter Cheek at Godminster Farm, one of our First Hand Case Studies. See the full case study here: https://www.cotswoldseeds.c...

Herbal Leys in May

Posted: 5th May 2020

Customers have been sharing photos of our herbal leys on social media… From Mark Lea/Green Acres Farm in Shropshire: ‘Delighted with our herbal ley from CotswoldSeeds on very light sand in a very dry spring.’ James Windridge in the Cotswolds posted: ‘Mob grazing for ...

Spring Season Update

Posted: 30th April 2020

It continues to be a busy season and we’re still working shifts, literally around the clock, to process, mix and dispatch orders and ensure you have the seed you need, as quickly as possible. Thanks so much to all of our customers for your support and also to our staff and the carriers who ...

Spring Sunshine & Cotswold Seeds

Posted: 21st April 2020

The mixture of sunshine and rain has been bringing on a lot of crops…   Second Year Hard Horse Hay  Second year Hard Horse Hay mix enjoying some sunshine and starting to take up its early nitrogen. The Hard Horse Hay is a 2 year mixture, normally sown in the autumn. It will ...

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