Maxi Pearl Millet is an annual, warm-season crop that is grown throughout the United States for grazing, hay, cover crop, and wildlife. Maxi Pearl Millet can grow 7-8 ft. tall with a woodier stem, long and pointed leaf blades, and seeds that are cylindrical. Maxi Pearl Millet is also the preferred choice for forage compared to similar warm season millets, and is the tallest of the millets.
German R Foxtail Millet is considered to be one of the oldest cultivated millets, and is an intro-duced annual, warm-season crop that grows 2-5 ft. tall. The stems are leafy, course and more slender than those of pearl millet. German R Foxtail millet has shown to be very productive in the northern and western Great Plains, Midwest, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming and Texas.