Oats are a cereal crop that can provide good feed from late autumn through to early spring. Oats adapt to acid soils and are a useful tool in pasture renovation because they expand the number of chemical possibilities that can be used for weed control in the year prior to sowing a perennial pasture. Oats can be combined with a legume (such as the Target Oat & Vetch and Mega Silage blends) to increase overall quality if hay is required.


Very Slow

Grazing and Hay

North and South

A dual purpose oat, late maturing oat suited for grazing and export quality hay production. For graziers is offers excellent early growth and quick recovery from grazing and late maturity. Suited to Northern and Southern Australian environments. Features of Forester include high forage yields, good regrowth capabilities, excellent export quality hay and proven disease resistance.

Archer IMI


IMI Tolerant

Hay Oat

Mid maturing medium height IMI tolerant hay oat agronomically similar to Yallara. EPR $3.65 (Applicable for both hay and grain production).



Grazing or Hay

Mulgara is a mid-season tall oat which is suited to hay production. It has exceptional hay yield which can make export quality.



Grazing Oat

Winter Feed

Marleigh is an exciting, mid-late maturity, improved grazing oat, with outstanding early vigour, fast biomass production and recovery post grazing. Marleigh comes out of South Amercian breeding program and is our best oat for winter grazing.



IMI Tolerant


  • High yielding grain oat variety
  • Mid-late maturing with medium-tall plant type
  • Bred for milling use and entered in milling evaluation program



Low PH Soils

Grazing Oat

Saia Oats are a tall black seeded grazing oat with a fine stem and smaller seed than most other varieties. It is fast to establish and will provide good quality quick feed for grazing, hay and silage. Saia grows in a wide range of soil types and has good tolerance of acid soil. Saia rebounds quickly after grazing. Commonly used in cover crop situations Saia Oats can help control Root Lesion Nematode and Stubby Root Nematodes which can cause dramatic damage in potato and vegetable crops. Highly tolerant to aluminium and manganese toxicity. Can be Spring or Autumn planted, Minimum rainfall 350 mls.





  • Medium-tall variety for milling grain or hay production
  • Good early vigour and early-mid maturing
  • CCN resistance
  • Hay production for export and domestic




High Quality

A mid maturing, tall dwarf milling variety. Similar to BannisterA, with improved rust resistance and higher grain yield in Victoria. Tested as 09143-35. Bred by SARDI National Oat Breeding Program and marketed by Seednet with seed production in 2023. 

May be attractive to feed end users due to potentially higher digestibility.

EPR $2.50.