Bobcat is a high-yielding forage triticale that has reduced awn expression, which means it has very short, almost non-existent beards. It has been widely adapted to all areas of North America for use as grazing, silage, greenfeed and now recently as a base for cover crop cocktail mixes.

Reduced awn expression is a feature of this variety that is popular with cattlemen who are concerned about lumpjaw.

It is very winter hardy making it suitable for areas that experience wide temperature fluctuations during the dormant period. It’s winter survivability is much greater than that of winter wheat making it an ideal choice for areas west of the Rockies that experience Chinook winds throughout the winter.

Lodging resistance is excellent which makes Bobcat fall triticale ideally suited to irrigation or higher rainfall areas.

Bobcat boasts a disease resistance to Leaf and Stem Rust.

We are taking bookings on a Pre-Order basis, as this crop usually is sold out quickly. Call us to discuss your needs or to pre-order to ensure you have supply for this fall’s growing season.


Cardale is an awned semi-dwarf variety that is well adapted to all the wheat growing regions of western Canada. It has a strong straw that makes it ideal for irrigation or high rainfall areas. Being a semi-dwarf allows for ease of straw management in your field. It has a solid MR rating to Fusarium graminearum which is currently the highest designation available in Alberta. For those who need to swath prior to combining, it has a rating for sprouting, for added protection. MR rating for stripe rust.

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CDC Austenson is a 2-row hulled feed barley with top grain yield and short, strong straw. CDC Austenson produces grain yields higher than Xena, along with high test weight and large, plump kernels. CDC Austenson is well-adapted across western Canada, and compared to Xena, has shown improved resistance to prevalent races of net form net blotch, spot form net blotch and spot blotch. This variety is particularly well-suited to producers seeking a top-yielding, 2-row feed barley with improved performance over Xena.


Sunray triticale is a spring variety that is well adapted to all growing zones of Western Canada. It is a semi-dwarf variety with lower ergot infection rates, short strong straw, resistance to leaf rust, stem rust, common bunt, and common root rot. Developed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge Research Centre with advanced lines provided by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre, Mexico. Principal breeder.