We supply alfalfa hay, timothy hay , alfalfa pellets, alfalfa cubes and wheat straw for animal feed, all packed in bales and pellets at clients request.
What is Alfalfa Hay?
Alfalfa hay is a type of forage feed commonly used as animal fodder, primarily for livestock such as horses, cattle, goats, sheep, and rabbits. It is made from the alfalfa plant (Medicago sativa), which is a legume known for its high nutritional value. Alfalfa is one of the most popular and nutritious forage crops used in animal agriculture.
What is Alfalfa Pellets?
Alfalfa pellets are a type of animal feed made from alfalfa plants. Alfalfa is a leguminous plant known for its high nutritional value, and it is commonly used as a forage crop or animal feed for livestock such as horses, cattle, goats, sheep, rabbits, and other animals. Alfalfa pellets are created by harvesting, drying, and compacting alfalfa into small cylindrical pellets.
What is Alfalfa Cubes?
Alfalfa cubes are a type of forage feed made from alfalfa plants, just like alfalfa hay and alfalfa pellets. They are created by harvesting, drying, and compressing alfalfa into small cube-shaped pieces. Alfalfa cubes serve as a convenient and nutritious animal feed for a variety of livestock animals, including horses, cattle, goats, sheep, rabbits, and more.
What Is Wheat Straw?
Wheat straw is the dried stalks or stems of the wheat plant (Triticum spp.), left over after the grains (wheat kernels) have been harvested. It is an agricultural byproduct that is commonly used for various purposes. Wheat straw is a residue produced after the wheat crop is harvested. Farmers typically cut and thresh the wheat to separate the edible grains from the straw.