A fast growing leafy turnip, it produces plenty of leaf and very little bulb, this means that it can be grazed in as little as 6-8 weeks from sowing. This variety can be a useful spring sown break crop to be grazed off an utilised before an autumn reseed.
One of the most popular short term forage crops in the UK. Stubble turnips are quick to establish with a good level of protein, making them ideal to fatten livestock, especially lambs over the winter. Different varieties are available, from white fleshed round bulbs to pink and white coloured tankard shaped bulbs. The small seed and low sowing rate make them a very economical way of feeding livestock.