Perennial Peanut: "The Winners Choice"
Perennial Peanut Producers Association
Perennial Peanut is a tropical forage legume which can be grazed or fed to horses, dairy and beef cattle, hogs, goats, sheep and rabbits. It can be stored as dry hay or silage and is a substitute for alfalfa. The Perennial Peanut Producers Association was formed to encourage the expansion of perennial peanut production, marketing channels and production technology. The principal goals are to establish and maintain communications between Association members for the purpose of sharing technical and marketing information. Members of the Association exchange planting material and equipment, set quality standards for the crop, and create greater marketing opportunities. This brochure provides information about perennial peanut and the association.
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