Timothy Hay is grass hay and has a high roughage content necessary for good digestion. The fine stem and consistent quality allows good consumption and provides basic protein levels of 7 – 10%
Timothy Hay/Alfafa Mix
Alfalfa Hay is a legume superior in protein to other forage crops because it is high in crude protein and energy reducing the need for other protein supplements. In combination Timothy and Alfalfa make a popular performance horse feed giving the perfect amount of balanced fiber and protein so that the digestive tract will function normally. Generally our ratio of Timothy to Alfalfa is 70-30% with protein levels of
Orchard Grass is known for it’s soft texture, pallatability, sweet smell and source of fiber. “As a source of fiber, well-made orchardgrass hay has a place in the diets of all types of horses. When it’s clean and sweet-smelling, its palatability is wonderful, and few horses refuse it,” said Kathleen Crandell PH.D., nutitionist for the Kentucy Equine Research (KER).