Indian Oats Exporters

Oats is a crop of the Mediterranean origin. The popularity of this crop has been on the rise due to its various uses in different fields today. Oats exporter in India export tonnes of oats to different countries each year. Oats export from India includes various varieties of the product. Exporting these incredibly nutritious grains is a good business opportunity for Indian Oats exporter. Oats export also has several other advantages.


Nutrients Calories - 389 calories
Carbs - 66.3 grams
Fibre - 10.6 grams
Protein 16.9g
Vitamin Vitamin B
Minerals Manganese

Oats Varieties We Export

Oats import from India includes many varieties of oats including HFO - 114, Brunker - 10. Weston 11 so on and so forth. Oats exporter in India export premium quality oats and such other grains to various corners of the world. Export of Oats is thus considered as a good opportunity for local vendors to enter the international market.

HFO - 114 (Haryana Javi - 114)

Released in 1974, HFO - 114 is an early sown variety of oats that provide two cuts and have good tillering, synchronous flowering. This plants of this variety are tall and resistant to lodging and diseases. They have bold seeds. It is said to produce 50–55 t/ha of green fodder in two cuts, 13 t/ha dry matter and 20 q/ha seed.


The Brunker- 10 is a quick-growing type of oats with fine and smooth leaves. The plants of this variety of Oats are prostrate with profuse tillering and slow early growth. The leaves of Brunker-10 are fine and narrow. The green fodder yield is 40–45 t/ha in around 140 days. Brunker-10 is majorly grown in Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

Weston 11

Weston 11 is an exotic variety of oats released in 1978. This variety of oats is semi-erect with a height of around 155 cm. The leaves of Weston 11 are broad with smooth panicles. The days required for flowering for this variety are 110 days and for maturity are 160 days.


This variety of oats was released in 1980 and is characterized by medium maturity, profuse tillering and is known to be resistant to lodging. The Palanpur-1 variety of oats has been notified for cultivation in Himachal Pradesh. This variety of oats exported produces around 50 t/ha green fodder.

Bundel Jai-822

This variety of oats has been developed from a cross between IGO-4268 × Indio-6-5-1 following intervarietal hybridization and pedigree method of selection. Released in 1989, the variety has erect growth habit and glabrous nodes. It takes around 95–100 days for flowering Bundel Jai-822 and matures in about 125–130 days.

Sabzaar (SKO-7)

Sabzaar was released in 1997 and was developed by SKUA&T in Srinagar. This variety has been notified for cultivation in temperate areas of Kashmir and high altitude regions of Jammu.SKO-7 variety is profuse tillering, leafy and suitable for dual purpose. It produces around 35–40 t/ha of green fodder.

Harita (RO -19)

The variety of Harita was released in 2007 and was notified for Maharashtra. This variety of Oats is a multicut variety developed by selection from a base population of Kent by MPKV, Rahuri and is suitable for winter season under irrigated condition. The average yield of Harita is around 50 t/ha for green forage and about 9.5 t/ha for dry matter.


This variety of oats was released in 1990 for cultivation in the north and central India under the multi-cut system. The UPO-212 variety has a light green stem with 8–10 tillers, thin and variable awns. The average green fodder yield of this variety is around 60 t/ha.


The OL-125 variety of oats was developed by intervarietal hybridization using Appler and IPC-163 followed by pedigree breeding and selection. The variety was released in 1995 for cultivation in the north-west and central zone of the country. This variety is suitable for single cut/multi-cut and yields 58 t/ha green fodder.