LOCALLY GROWN ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE
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Our Alfalfa is the number one choice for horse feed.
Our specialty is Equine nutrition. We offer 1st, 2nd, and 3rd cutting depending on what is available.
Alfalfa protein 17% to 19%
Delivery Is Available.
Alfalfa Feed Facts
Alfalfa is highly digestible and typically contains more solubles, higher protein, energy, vitamins, as the Vitamin B group, and Vitamins C,D,E and K. It is also high in minerals, has lower fiber, and higher relative feed value than grass. Plus horses really like the taste of Alfalfa. Because Alfalfa has a high RFV ( Relative Feed Value) it is almost always a better value when the price per ton of other various hays is similar.
For horses that are young and growing, recreational horses and active horses, Alfalfa should be the foundation of a feeding program. Alfalfa may not be the best feed for all horses in all situations but it contains almost all the nutrients needed for equines.
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Should I buy alfalfa mixed hay?
Myth: The excess protein in alfalfa hay will damage the kidneys.
Reality: Normal healthy horses can metabolize and excrete the extra protein in alfalfa hay without damaging their kidneys. However, horses consuming high-protein diets may drink more water and produce more urine as part of the normal excretion process. All horses should have access to clean water at all times.
Myth: Alfalfa is too rich for horses.
Reality: As with any feed, the nutrient content of hay should be matched to the nutrient needs of the horse. Early-maturity alfalfa hay is very nutrient dense and is suitable for mares and growing horses. Late-maturity hay is less nutrient dense and is suitable for horses with lower nutrient requirements.
Glenn E. Shewmaker- University of Idaho
Dan Undersander- University of Wisconsin
Laurie M. Lawrence- University of Kentucky
Garry D. Lacefield- University of Kentucky