German Millet

A warm season annual grass that can produce valuable forage for livestock as well as grain for wildlife use.  German Millet can produce a hay cutting in as little as 40 to 50 days making it a good alternative for a quick “in and out” hay crop.  Plant when soil temperatures are 65° or above for quick germination and establishment.  Planting Dates:  Late May through July.  Planting Rates:  15-20 lbs. per acre.