No, it’s not! Berseem clover is often mistaken for alfalfa, which brings us to one of its key benefits. Recent studies have shown that an 80/20 alfalfa/berseem clover mix could increase yield, crude protein, and water soluble carbohydrate levels in hay fields.

Hay yields were reported to be increased by more than 30%.

cover crop

Frosty berseem clover is an excellent companion to your alfalfa crop. Its aggressive growth and low hard seed count helps it to establish quickly, filling in bare spots and areas of alfalfa that have winter killed. Frosty dries down just like alfalfa, maintaining its green color and increasing the forage value of the hay or crop.

place farms

Hear what one Idaho farmer had to say about his experiences using Frosty Berseem Clover on his farm.

Read, “Frosty Berseem Clover: Everything you wanted to know about using it in a grass on grass crop rotation but were too afraid to ask” HERE.

Hay/beef farmer, Jeremy Sweeten, shares his experiences using Frosty berseem in upper Michigan:

Read, “Experiencing Frosty Berseem Clover in Northern Michigan” HERE.