Other Hay

Orchard/Alfalfa Blend

Orchard is very similar to Timothy and high in fiber. Alfalfa is high in protein and energy. Blended together, it's a great combination of energy, protein and fiber. 

Ratios Offered:

30/70 * 50/50 * 70/30 * 80/20 * 90/10

Bermuda

Bermuda is grown in lower altitude and hotter climate like alfalfa. Typically the Central Valley and Imperial Valley. Bermuda can be cut three to four times a year. It is as nutritious as timothy hay.

Crude Protein 7%

Crude Fiber 28%

Calcium 0.43%

Phosphorus 0.16%

Oat

Oat hay is an excellent feed for horses. The choice between alfalfa and oat hay may depend on price per unit of energy or protein and the type of horse being fed. 

Crude Protein 8%

Crude Fiber 28%

Calcium 0.29%

Phosphorus 0.23%

Beardless Wheat

Known as a wheat hay, it's most popular with the beef & dairy farmers because it eliminates all costs associated with lump jaw. However, horses like it too and can be an alternative to Oat hay.

Meadow Grass

Meadow grass is composed of a variety of naturally occurring grass hays providing an enticing combination of textures, fragrances and flavors.

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