Well with crop values uncertain and nothing really worth pricing the futures on I am looking at even more crop diversity. I grow wheat, barley , oats ,flax, peas, faba beans, canary seed, red clover, sweet clover and of course canola. I have been debating on seeding ryegrass for its heavy root production in the top layer. I signed up for 260 acres this spring. Brett Young is the rep for this crop. The seed after production gets picked up on farm at around 35 cents a lb. It's fertilizer requirement are similar to wheat. Yields of course vary but 1200 -1500 lbs can be achieved. Clean fields are important as quack grass is bad to have in your sample. It is early like barley and should be seeded first thing like every other crop lol. Anyone have experiences they can share growing this? Combining will be slow I know as I seen videos of green straw coming out of the back of the combine moving slow in the swath. Yes it has to be swathed!