Orders don’t have to be by the semi load. We can sell you any amount.
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Alfalfa hay is a good source of protein and fiber and is easy for your livestock to digest. Sometimes referred to as lucerne, Alfalfa is a legume hay in the pea family. High in nutritional content, alfalfa is a great source of vitamins and minerals for horses, cattle, sheep, chickens, turkey and other livestock.
Alfalfa hay is always in high demand. Please call for pricing and availability.
Timothy Grass Hay
Timothy hay is a grass hay used for livestock feed for cattle and horses. It is a low protein, high fiber, highly digestible hay. Being low protein, Timothy hay satisfies hunger without overloading calories. It is excellent for stabled and less active horses, as well as rabbits, gerbils and more.
Timothy hay is very popular. Please call for pricing and availability.
Orchard Grass Hay
Orchard hay is a grass hay popular as livestock feed for horses. It is higher protein than Timothy grass, and higher in calories, though it contains the same amount of calcium and phosphorus levels. High in nutrients and digestible, orchard hay has a quality soft texture that horses will like consuming with little wasted.
Orchard hay is very popular. Please call for pricing and availability.
Horses love our mixed hay! A mixed hay bale generally contains a combination of grass hay and legume hay. Mixed hay is a great source of vitamins such as protein, calcium, and vitamin A to name a few which will give your animals a well-rounded source of nutrition.
Mixed hay is very popular. Please call for pricing and availability.
Teff Grass Hay
Teff grass is a very palatable hay and forage with fine stems and leaves. It contains high fiber and is best for horses with low energy needs, overweight, or metabolic problems.
Teff grass is very popular. Please call for pricing and availability.
Straw makes great animal bedding or ground cover for your chickens, dogs, rabbits & more!
Straw is a byproduct of wheat and barley stalk production. It is not recommended as feed for horses, as it can create intestinal blockages when consumed in large amounts. It can be fed to donkeys, who are more able to digest it.