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We are helping farmers to maximise their homegrown feed potential. Our people, knowledge and expertise are on hand to help you grow the best quality and quantity forage for your livestock.

Maximising your forage crop potential 

FarmMoreForage signposts the cycle we can influence to improve the production of homegrown forage.

In a world that increasingly cares about production methods, the environment and sustainability, our livestock farmers and their grass-based production systems have a strong role to play in delivering consumer preferences that meet these concerns.

Based on three core phases, FarmMoreForage provides a framework for improving the quality and quantity of that forage cycle.


Finding the right crop variety to suit forage requirements, farm soil type and weather conditions is critical to producing homegrown forage successfully. For those sowing maize, Pioneer’s leading hybrid maize varieties are capable of meeting a wide range of needs. Results from the ongoing PACTS® trials enable you to select the best variety based on their performance measured on working farms.


To safeguard your investment, newly-sown crops must be protected and nurtured; weed control is a central part of nurturing crops. Weed control is easier and cheaper the earlier it’s done, before it becomes a significant problem. Effective weed removal enhances forage crop quality through successful establishment and increases quantity by maximising yield.


Sowing the right crop and nurturing it through its early growth gives forage the best chance of reaching its full potential. Some crops, such as maize, can be further improved by controlling nitrogen availability. Nitrogen stabilisers reduce nitrogen loss and offer yield and clear environmental benefits. Ensiled forage, whether grass or maize, can benefit from silage inoculants in the clamp. These improve yields and digestibility, realising a measurable return on investment.