Get in Touch
Contact Us
National team
Find Your Local Sales Agronomist

Browse our great range of forage options

Forage cereal Forage Sorghum Corson Maize Seed Mixes

Introducing DLF Seeds

DLF Seeds is the largest forage seed company in Australia, with over 80 years’ experience supplying Australian farmers with the widest range of forage seed varieties.

DLF Seeds represents the coming together of PGG Wrightson Seeds, AusWest and Stephen Pasture Seeds. These three respected Australian forage seed brands joined forces to provide the market with the ease and convenience of accessing all the quality products you have come to know in one place.

 

 

Titan lucerne
Get Ready For Spring

Explore some of the best options for your farm system, backed by sound R&D and a team of local agonomy specilists throughout Australia.

Download Our Latest Guides

In addition to the latest information about the various products in the DLF Seeds range, the Spring Guide also features a number of components designed to help you to make more informed pasture and cropping decisions.

View All
Isaac Berry Rocket Fuel | DLF
DLF Seeds: The new name behind the names you know

While DLF Seeds is the new name in forage pasture, DLF Seeds products are the ones you already know and trust. Having brought together the PGG Wrightson Seeds, AusWest & Stephen Pasture Seeds brands under the DLF Seeds name, you can now source all the varieties you need under one consolidated brand.

PGG Wrightson Seeds, AusWest & Stephen Pasture Seeds are now DLF Seeds.

Latest News

Key articles to supply you with farming information, recommendations and more to optimise on farm performance this spring. Discover high performance brassica crop Pallaton Raphno® and on farm success in Elong Elong NSW and Windermere VIC. Or, the versatile and highly palatable forage rape Mainstar and its outstanding performance in Beaufort VIC. 

More news and key articles coming soon. 

View All News
Beggs on farm experience with Pallaton

Alick Beggs and his sons David and Mark run a 580ha prime lamb and wool operation in Reedy Creek, SA.

"After the first grazing, we had about $600.00 a hectare profit. And we still have another 3 or 4 grazings to go. The lambs love it and are achieving weight gains of up to 300 grazms a day." Says Alick