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Morton (Jerry) Oats

Cool Season and tall. Quick out of the ground. Leafy and lush oat. Good for grazing or haying situations. Many use these for ground cover over the spring. 


Monida Oats

Monida is a Spring planted forage oat that produces as much or more forage than other oats. Monida oats are one of the best hay oats in the Southern Great Plains. 


In the southern plains, Spring oats are inconsistent producers, possibly due to our low humidity, and extreme temperature fluctuations. Do not plant-feed oats.


Watley Seed is actively researching new oats that may be better suited for our area.


TAMU Agriculture spring-planted oats>> Spring Oats Trial

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