Quail Haven Forage Soybean
Quail Haven Forage Soybean

Quail Haven Forage Soybean is a very small, black seeded non-GMO Group 7 soybean. It is a vining soybean so it will grow low to the ground or can grow trellising up a companion plant, such as Sunn Hemp.


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Quail Haven Forage Soybean will provide 80 to 100 lbs. of Nitrogen to the soil during the Summer.

As a forage, its crude protein is 20 percent or more. It will produce between 500 and 1,500 lbs. of small, hard-coated soybeans per acre, providing feed for birds over the winter.

Planting Guide

Quail Haven Forage Soybean prefers sandy loam soils. Ideal pH is between 5.8 and 7.2, with an ideal soil temperature of 65 °F or above. The seed is best planted between April and July, at a depth between 1/4" and 1 inch. It does not need any Nitrogen, however it will respond well to Phosphorus and Potash according to a soil test. Soybean inoculant will also help this plant. It will produce hard seed. The following Spring, light tillage will allow the soybean to germinate and grow the following year.


Here’s what you can expect when you plant Petcher Seeds’ Quail Hollow Soybean Forage.

Scientific Name:

Glycine max

Seed Count:

15,000 seed / LB.


Quail Hollow Forage Soybeans can be planted from April through July.


Planting Rate:

20 LBs. / acre