Alfalfa is a warm season, perennial legume that is grown in almost every state in the U.S. It is well adapted to a variety of sites when grown under cultivation for hay or as a forage crop. It is typically grown with irrigation in the western two thirds of Texas. Alfalfa is consumed by both turkey and deer, and it is excellent forage for livestock.
Alfalfa should be planted between September and December in Texas, depending on the planting location.
Planting Rate/Ac: 10-15 lbs
For more information: Texas Alfalfa Production from Texas AgriLife Extension