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Annual Rye Grass Straw

Annual Rye Grass Straw, predominantly popular with beef industry users in Korea (and also gaining in popularity with dairy farmers) is another
high fiber, economically priced roughage used as livestock feed.

Christmas Valley Oregon Alfalfa

Christmas Valley Alfalfa is well known as high-end quality among US alfalfa hay, usually used as horse feed. Christmas Valley Alfalfa has high protein and RFV, both contribute to its high feed value.

Timothy Hay

Timothy hay promotes a shiny coat, good digestion. It is excellent for protein-sensitive horses. Timothy hay is recommended for horses confined to a stable because it offers more chewing time.

Fescue Straw

Fescue Grass Straw is popular with dairy farmers in the export market and is successfully fed in the beef market. It has a coarser, longer stem compared to Rye. It is also considered very good, economically priced roughage.

Orchard Grass Straw

Orchard Grass Straw is a very good roughage or filler, just like Rye and Fescue. It has a coarser stem and is a popular source of fiber.

Oregon Alfalfa Hay

With its high nutritional quality, Alfalfa hay is one of the best and most popular cow and horse feed varieties available. Its high protein, calcium and vitamin content make it useful in balancing rations for brood mares (mares used for breeding) and young growing horses.

Perennial Rye Grass Straw

This high fiber, economically priced roughage is used as livestock feed. It is baled after seed harvest. Perennial Rye Grass Straw, most popular with export beef industry users, is also gaining in popularity with dairy farmers.

Valley Grass Hay

Valley grass hay is appreciated for its nutritional quality, especially for animals like horses, cattle, and small pets like rabbits and guinea pigs. It is usually characterized by a good balance of fiber, protein, and energy. The hay tends to be greenish in color, indicating its freshness and high nutritional value. It may have a sweet smell, which is appealing to animals and can be an indicator of its quality.




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