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  • We're here to help

    We supply organic seed wherever possible, and have been working with the Soil Association since the 1970s. For advice, please contact us on 01608 652552, or use the wealth of seed info on our site.

  • Seed for every situation

    We stock an extensive range of green manures to help improve soil and build fertility. For those in OELS we provide crops that promote biodiversity, restore habitats and recreate wildflower meadows.

  • Building Fertility With Legumes

    We also advocate the use of complex herbal mixes and traditional legumes such as white clover, lucerne and sainfoin which benefit animal health and soil fertility.

  • Animal forage

    Our mixes include productive red clover leys, grazing swards and root crops to provide high quality grazing and forage all year round.

  • Welcome to Cotswold Seeds

    We believe that good grass and forage starts with good seed. Established in 1974, our knowledge has been gained working with over 8,000 farmers and growers, a quarter of whom are in the organic sector.

Latest Updates

Autumn Favourites

Autumn Favourites

Our diverse mixtures and herbal leys have become increasingly popular over the past year. The autumn planting window for pure grass…

Cereal Rye in Short Supply

Cereal Rye in Short Supply

The topsy turvy weather has meant that the harvest has been difficult and delayed for many this year, and it’s literally been a…

Honeydale Honey

Honeydale Honey

We have now filtered our first harvest of honey to remove any impurities, and after being allowed to settle for a week, the honey has been…

In Clover by September

In Clover by September

Red Clover can be sown unitl mid-September so there's still plenty of time. Without nitrogen fertiliser, red clover leys produce a…

Stubble Turnip Time

Stubble Turnip Time

Fodder crops provide useful green forage when grass is restricted. They also make crop rotation work. Once the decision has been made to…

Short term Root Crops are still on the Menu

Short term Root Crops are still on the Menu

After a difficult spring, the time has passed for the longer term root crops which are great for providing forage or finishing animals in…