Free shipping on orders over $35. See Details


Tetraploid Annual Ryegrass Seed

As low as $64.99

To place an order, contact us at (800) 264-5281.

Takes the pressure and keeps on producing

We’re proud to offer the most recent commercially available ryegrass varieties from the outstanding University of Florida ryegrass breeding program. Why? Because these high-yield, rust- and disease-resistant tetraploid varieties deliver the proven results you need.

Prine is a big yielding, late-maturing, disease resistant, tetraploid ryegrass. Perfect for winter grazing pastures in the southeast US, Prine performs well in university yield trials, as well as grazing studies. Prine yields high quality, winter forage for livestock, establishes easily, and can be grazed aggressively.

For your investment, there is no better combination of quality and yield. Help your pasture perform at its prime—only with Prine.


Seed Species: Tetraploid ryegrass

Coverage Area: 1.5 acres

Mature Height: 36 inches

Where to use:

Pastureland for Winter grazing.

When to use:

Plant in September through November and forage will persist until late Spring to early Summer.

How to use:

  1. Take a soil sample
  2. Plant in prepared bed in early fall at a rate of 35 lbs/acre or overseed later as summer grass begins to go dormant
  3. Adequate moisture is required for proper germination
  4. Apply nitrogen fertilizer as needed after emergence


  1. Stockpiling Warm Season Grasses

    Less-than-optimum weather conditions, as well as the cost of fertilizer, fuel, and other production inputs are factors that often make it difficult for livestock producers to make a profit.  Providing  nutrition during times when pasture is not available is one of the costliest aspects of producing livestock, so it makes [...]


    A livestock producer learns a lot about a pasture over time by managing it, but that is not the only way to obtain information about a given field. Often, a great deal can be gained from simple observation, because various plants are more likely to become established and thrive under [...]


    Providing nutrition when little or no pasture forage is available constitutes the single largest expense associated with most livestock operations. In most cases, hay is the most logical type of stored feed to use. Generally, the less hay required, the greater the cost effectiveness of an operation, and how hay [...]

  4. Job Done Right Podcast Episode 5: The Do's and Don'ts of RM43

    RM43 is the most effective, commercially available product for killing and preventing grass and weeds. It was developed based on customer requests for a more potent herbicide that wouldn’t require respraying during the growing season. This episode of our podcast features Ragan & Massey co-owner Tom Ragan. It first aired [...]


    Livestock producers are aware (in fact, as a result of droughts we have had in recent years they are painfully aware) of the fact that dry weather reduces forage growth, which lowers pasture and hay forage growth. This in turn results in a need for more hay or other stored [...]