The Mow Down: Autumn Hay Leys

Posted: 20th August 2019

We are finding more and more interest in planting temporary grass leys for hay and haylage. Predominantly the forage produced is destined for the equine market, a growing sector, but there are subtle differences in what the end user is looking for, often depending on personal preference as well as ...
Though herbal leys are traditionally used as forage with regular movement of stock to keep on top of the growth, our Simple Herbal ley is also designed to be a great cutting ley.  Cutting leys naturally get less frequent management and produce a higher yield. You obviously don’t want to ...

Seed Supply & Demand

Posted: 20th August 2019

You’ve probably noticed how seed availability can fluctuate from year to year. The vast majority of the time this is caused by changes in the weather. Whilst a good season leaves farms all across Europe with sheds full of seed, a challenging growing season can mean crop failures which puts ...

Cotswoldseeds.com

Posted: 20th August 2019

We hope you’re finding the new features on our new website helpful. Since the launch last year we’ve been refining the site to enhance its functionality and add to the wealth of information. If you know roughly what you’re looking for, you can click on the green ...

Behind The Scenes: Meet the Sales Team

Posted: 20th August 2019

With the market for our specialist grass seed mixtures continuing to grow, we’ve expanded and reshuffled our sales team.  Paul Totterdell has worked at Cotswold Seeds since 2000. Over the years his role has encompassed being on the mixing team, being technical advisor and managing the ...

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