During 1974/75 season has been tested the productive performance of 5 autumn sown cereals utilized as pasture or fodder at different growing stages: grass, dough stage and fully ripe. Once winter utilization as grass pasture does not prejudice the future yield as far F.U. produced, so that Rogar 8 variety exceeds at dough stage the 10,000 F.U. per hectare whereas barley and triticale reach out value of about 9,500 F.U. per hectare. When utilized twice in winter as grass pasture a sensible yield loss is recorded either at dough stage or at fully ripe. For all the cereals tested it has been observed a decreasing of nutritional value when utilized at fully ripe in comparison to dough stage.