Members of BAGCD grow and dry the following crops. 

Alfalfa / Lucerne

Alfalfa is a member of the Legume family and is known for its excellent nutritional properties and productivity. The crop fixes its own nitrogen negating the need for any artificial nitrogen fertilizers. 


There are several types of Fescue grasses the most common grown by members of the BAGCD being Tall Fescue and Festulolium which is a cross of Rye grass and Fescue.


Timothy is a grass species native to Europe, its particularly suited for use as a horse feed due to its nutritional content having high fibre with modest levels of protein and sugar.


Sainfoin is a legume with similar nutritional qualities as Alfalfa, it has a natural worming effect in livestock.


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The British Association of Green Crop Driers Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales
Company Number: 751353 . VAT Registration Number GB: 210167220
Registered Office: 3 Main Street, Bishop Wilton, York, YO42 1RX