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Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)

Alfalfa is used all over the world as high protein animal feed and carries a high relative feed value (RFV).  This versital crop is one of Ten-Plus Hay's best selling products.  Alfalfa is grown all over the United States and southern Canada and comes in many qualities and grades. 

Alfalfa is often seeded with a variety of different hay varieties according to the needs of the farmers.  The most common mix is Timothy-Alfalfa hay which is used primarily as horse feed. Some of the highest quality alfalfa is grown in the western states such as Utah, Idaho and Colorado as these areas have optimal growing conditions and most importantly, very good drying conditions. Good alfalfa is also produced in the Finger lakes region or New York and Ontario, Canada, but qualities are unreliable and vary by year depending on the drying conditions.

Alfalfa is baled in many different sizes, and qualities. 
Orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata)

Orchardgrass is a bunch-type, tall-growing, cool-season perennial grass.  It was first introduced in the United States from Europe before 1760.

Orchardgrass is typically a western U.S. grown grass hay forage with maintenance (RFV) levels of energy requirements.  This hay forage is highly sought after by both equine and alpaca/llama industry uses but will vary nutritionally from 1st and 2nd cuttings due to no reproductive seed heads in second cuttings. 

Orchard grass hay also is a low non-structured carbohydrate with normal sugar levels.  Click on the link to the left for availability and other information.

TIMOTHY GRASS

Timothy grass hay forage is one of the most consistent hay forages, nutritionally, cutting after cutting. This hay forage produces maintenance levels of energy requirements. Timothy grass hay forage is low in sugar a wonderful source of low non-structured carbohydrates.
ORCHARDGRASS ALFALFA MIX

Generally a western grown grass hay forage with maintenance levels of energy requirements. This hay forage will vary nutritionally from 1st and 2nd cuttings due to no reproductive seed heads in second cuttings. Highly sought after by both equine and alpaca/llama industry uses. Orchard grass hay also is a low non-structured carbohydrate with normal sugar levels.
TIMOTHY ALFALFA MIX

Timothy grass hay forage is one of the most consistent hay forages, nutritionally, cutting after cutting. This hay forage produces maintenance levels of energy requirements. Timothy grass hay forage is low in sugar a wonderful source of low non-structured carbohydrates.
SUDAN GRASS

Timothy grass hay forage is one of the most consistent hay forages, nutritionally, cutting after cutting. This hay forage produces maintenance levels of energy requirements. Timothy grass hay forage is low in sugar a wonderful source of low non-structured carbohydrates.
SORGUM SUDAN GRASS

Timothy grass hay forage is one of the most consistent hay forages, nutritionally, cutting after cutting. This hay forage produces maintenance levels of energy requirements. Timothy grass hay forage is low in sugar a wonderful source of low non-structured carbohydrates.
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CLICK HERE for an informative LINK to the University of Missouri-Columbia extension TABLE of Feed Ingredient Composition for Beef Cattle by K.C. Olson, Division of Animal Sciences.
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