Birdsfoot Trefoil: Used as a forage plant or grown for pasture, hay and silage. Can tolerate many different soil conditions making it a good alternative to alfalfa in poor soils. Can also be used for erosion control along roadside banks. Can be difficult or slow to establish but once established tends to be very long-lived and persistent.
Leo: Suitable for pasture, but is best if considered as a hay crop. it’s semi-upright growth habit makes Leo well adapted for any two cut system. It can be combined with later maturing Timothy. Very good winter survival.