The forage yield and quality of common vetch, hairy vetch, hungarian vetch and triticale grown alone and as mixtures of legume + triticale were investigated in Black Sea costal area in Samsun, Turkey in the 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 growing seasons. The experiment design was Randomized Block Design with three replications. The highest green forage (32.94 t ha-1), dry matter (6.23 t ha-1) and crude protein yields (1.06 t ha-1) were obtained from the mixture including 70% hairy vetch + 30% triticale. It was determined that 80% hairy vetch + 20% triticale mixture had the highest vetch rate in dry matter. The mean land equivalent ratio values of dry matter yield was 1.45. In conclusion, the 70% hairy vetch + 30% triticale mixture in arid seasons, 70% common vetch + 30% triticale in rainfall seasons can be recommended in the similar ecologies because of theirs high forage and crude protein yields.