An annual forage legume that can be fall seeded for spring growth, Mihi persian clover can be sown as a specialty crop for forage or sown in a mix with oats and annual ryegrass. Either an oat/clover or ryegrass/clover mix will reduce the risk of bloat. Additional bloat control measures are necessary when cattle are grazing pastures of persian clover, but it has not been observed to cause bloat in sheep. Persian clover has become increasingly popular as a high quality and high yielding hay crop when grown in a mix with other annual grasses as a rotation crop. Persian clover is a very palatable and nutritious specie that can be grazed, cut for silage/hay, used for green manure, or a combination. It recovers well from grazing provided it is allowed to attain complete ground cover before being regrazed. Two spring hay cuts are possible. Persian clover is adapted to a range of soils from clay loams to heavy clay soils and is tolerant of both poor drainage and lower pH levels.