We have a range of Fodder Beet suitable for your Farm

Get the latest information on Ruralco's top selling fodder beet varieties. Contact Ruralco today to discuss the best option for your farm or to place an order.


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  • Exceptional utilisation from the highest proportion of bulb above ground than any other commercially available variety
  • High leaf proportion with the lowest bulb dry matter available (up to 13%), important for growing young animals
  • Excellent versatility, suiting all grazing systems

  • Low dry matter fodder beet with high leaf yield which is excellent for grazing younger stock that are breaking new teeth
  • Orange bulb, true monogerm cultivar for even establishment
  • Proven to perform across all stock classes, including sheep and deer

  • Red coloured beet with a large, more rounded bulb shape
  • It is suitable for in-situ grazing where it is readily accessible to the grazing animal 
  • True monogerm cultivar with good resistance to bolting

  • Medium dry matter, monogerm, orange bulb fodder beet suitable for grazing in-situ or lifting
  • Very good bolting tolerance and disease resistance
  • Consistent and reliable high yields year after year

  • Very uniform, monogerm cultivar that has been evaluated in New Zealand for many years
  • It has performed consistently well for several years across all stock classes and environments in New Zealand
  • Orange skinned cultivar and is French fodder beet breeder Florimond Desprez’s most popular product

  • Versatile fodder beet for grazing and/or self/ mechanical harvesting
  • Excellent leaf quality
  • High yields from its medium to high dry matter

  • Very high yielding specialist lifting type
  • The higher dry matter content of Blizzard enables it to be kept for longer in storage
  • Very high bulb dry matter content (20-22%)

  • Consistent high yield potential from its medium to high dry matter
  • High proportion of good quality green leaf which is excellent for grazing systems
  • Versatile variety for grazing or self-harvesting

  • Higher leaf protein level than other cultivars tested provides a more balanced diet
  • Palatable bulbs, with a high proportion above ground ensures less soil ingestion and very high utilisation
  • Use Robbos where high dry matter yield per hectare and high utilisation are required when grazing fodder beet

  • Uniform yellow/green tankard shaped bulb
  • True monogerm cultivar
  • Very good resistance to bolting gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg

  • Superior genetics for farmers wanting maximum flexibility and returns from their beet system
  • Ability to be harvested across a range of seasons allows feed availability during key times
  • Very high dry matter enables long term storability

  • Consistent high yield potential from its medium to high dry matter
  • High proportion of good quality green leaf which is excellent for grazing systems
  • Versatile variety for grazing or self-harvesting

  • Betimo is a recently bred medium dry matter beet, with large tankard shaped red bulbs and strong foliar growth producing large tops
  • Improved disease resistance resulting in more clean, green leaf
  • Uniform variety with good bolting tolerance and high utilisation when grazed

  • High dry matter variety which is capable of generating very high crop yields
  • Suitable for mechanical lifting, but can also be grazed in-situ with mature stock
  • Clean, white coloured bulbs with low soil retention

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