February 2021 Winter Storm

Here at GO Seed, we just had our power and water restored due to the winter storm (11:12 am on Friday, 2/19/21), but we can't stop thinking about all the people, cattle, and crops being devastated by this cold weather throughout the country. Repairs are happening in neighborhoods throughout Salem,...

GO Seed Office Virtual Tour

Amidst all the craziness that is happening around us, the GO Team has exciting news. We’re back home! After more than a year and a half post-fire, we are so pleased to say that we moved back into our office on the GO Research farm and boy does it feel...

Amazing New Clover Varieties

Four new cold-tolerant clovers from Grassland Oregon (GO Seed) fix more nitrogen while out-yielding older varieties. They can be used as green manure, forage crops, or intensive grazing. Cold tolerance makes them a great choice for overwintering cover crops.

After the Fire- Overcoming Tragedy

The offices ofTPI supplier member, Grassland Oregon, Inc. (GO), caught fire on Sunday, August 19, 2018. The company is sharing the steps they have taken to overcome that tragedy and what they have learned through the process to help others successfully face the challenges of a disastrous event.

7 Tips for Making the Most of Prevent Plant Cover Crops

As the planting deadlines for corn and soybeans pass, an unprecedented planting season has many producers in the Midwest looking into prevent plant options. USDA’s recent announcement on 2019’s final haying and grazing dates being adjusted from Nov. 1 to Sept. 1, and eligibility being extended to include silage, haylage...

Commodity Classic 2019

GO Seed and SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education) have teamed up to bring together an amazing group of cover crop experts for a main stage learning session at this year’s Commodity Classic in Orlando, Florida. “Plugging into the Power of Your Regional Cover Crop Council” is a farmer led,...