Gala Grazing Brome is likened to a perennial ryegrass of the Brome family. It is densely tillered, with small to medium leaves and a prostrate to semi-erect growth form. Though highly palatable, it has great persistence under grazing. Gala Grazing Brome thrives when grown in free-draining soil conditions. It has good productive potential under regular grazing management. It provides rapid autumn recovery, and good winter and early-spring growth. These characteristics make it a good option for the dry eastern regions of the country. Gala Grazing Brome is a short plant, and production is maximised with regular grazing, as when left, it rarely grows above 15cm.