Forage Hay is multi-grain hay that consists of oats, wheat, and barley. This hay is relatively new to the hay world but is an excellent feed for all classes of livestock. It has become very popular and is an excellent feed source. Just like our oat hay, our forage hay is cut at the optimal time to ensure a highly palatable feed for horses, cattle, goats, and sheep. Our forage is locally grown and is not irrigated, so it does not develop large stems. This results in desirable high-quality hay.
is a high-fiber legume hay. It has the same long-strand fiber found in grass hays, only it has more protein, energy and calcium. In general alfalfa has 120% more energy than oat hay. Our alfalfa hay is very fine stemmed and weed free with lots of color. All sizes of animals love our alfalfa hay including rabbits, goats, sheep, horses and cattle.
Timothy Hay is 10% protein. It is a good source of copper and zinc. It has a good balance of protein and energy.
Orchard Grass is a flat leaf bladed perennial, cool-season, tall-growing grass. Our orchard grass is high in fiber and low in protein to help support a healthy digestive tract. The leaves vary from green to bluish-green depending on the maturity of the plant.
Our Oat Hay is cut at exactly the right time when the oat seed is out of the milk stage and into the dough. This ensures a high-quality product still showing some color with good carbohydrate content and sweetness in the stem. Cutting at the proper time means animals will eat the entire hay stem with little waste. Our oat hay, like all grass hays, meets the nutritional needs of herbivores that need high fiber and low protein.
Our barn-stored straw is clean and shiny with good density to the bales. Straw isn't just used for bedding. High-quality straw like ours can be used as a feed supplement. It can be mixed in with alfalfa hay, molasses or grain to add roughage and extend your feed bill dollar.