Pasture Seed
Information on available seeds as well as advice and research on which type suits your needs
Lawn Seed
Advice on blends and varieties, tips and products to maintain your lawn
Bird Seed
Blended from high quality components and formulated for balance and nutrition

Stephen Pasture Seeds - Research and Advice With On-Farm Results For Over 55 Years

Established in 1957, Stephen Pasture Seeds have created an enviable reputation of trust by providing unbiased advice to rural stores and farmers.

Stephen Pasture Seeds possesses one of the most experienced team of pasture seed technical advisers in Victoria and South East of South Australia. Our advisers only recommend products that have been proven in Australia, particularly in Victoria and South Australian conditions. Stephen Pasture Seeds have invested heavily in research including trial sites to support retailers and their farming clientele.

We stock the largest range of temperate grasses in Victoria and South Australia and are major distributors for most Australian and many overseas seed companies including Agricom, TasGlobal Seeds, Vic Seeds, Seed Genetics International, Cropmark Seeds, Heritage Seeds, Pacific Seeds and PGG Wrightson Seeds. We really are the 'One Stop Shop'. When purchasing seed SPS follow a strict quality control system, ensuring the end user receives the best quality seed we can provide.

Stephen Pasture Seeds modern mixing and seed coating facility provides assistance in supplying the highest quality product to help farmers achieve their production outcomes.

Our products are distributed and supplied throughout Victoria and South East South Australia via an extensive network of rural stores. However our well known advisers provide extensive technical advice direct to farmers.

For more information on any of the products and information featured please don't hesitate to contact the friendly team at Stephen Pasture Seeds.


With the winter upon us now is the critical time to manage your pastures effectively to get the most out of paddocks when pasture growth rates are slow. Some can begin planning for paddocks that are suitable for silage in September/October and even nitrogen applications if soil moisture is not too high. If experiencing very wet paddocks, if possible sacrifice some paddocks to get pugged more than others, giving other paddocks more of a spell so they can recover quickly as growth rates increase.

With paddock management in mind now is a good time to think about what you may like to sow early spring. Tonic plantain or Winfred forage brassica are two popular and successful products that have been successful in an early spring sowing in southern regions.

For more information please call us at Stephen Pasture Seeds or come and see us at our next field day, 'Sheepvention' Hamilton, Victoria 4-5 August. 


Upcoming Events

4-5 August 2014, Hamilton VIC

Elmore Field Days
7-9 October 2014, Elmore VIC



Need Expert Advice?
Stephen Pasture Seeds possesses one of the most experienced team of pasture seed technical advisers. Contact us for expert advice.
27 Wiltshire Lane, Delacombe
P: 03 5335 8055
F: 03 5335 8088
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