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alfalfaproductAlfalfa Hay Pellet is made from 100% sun-cured alfalfa, and the hay is grown at a high mountain elevation in Utah and Nevada. This pellet contains no less than 15% protein. This highly digestible pellet can be used to completely replace loose hay or supplement pasture for horses, cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits, etc. Our pellets are very palatable, and no molasses is utilized in this product. Our quarter inch die allows us to form a firm pellet without the use of bentonite. This product is made without dust, waste, or additives. They are easy to store, easy to feed, and easy to digest.

Note: Because of the pelleting process, all of our pelleted products are approved for wilderness and National Forest use.

Sold in 50lb bags or bulk.

alfalfabagBenefits:
Pellets are made from clean, high quality forage
Pellets are chopped & pressed–no bentonite or binders of any kind are used
Hay pellets can be fed to all classes of horses and other animals at any stage in life.
Pellets are small, breakable and readily absorb water
Great source of copper, zinc, vitamins A & D, and has a great balance of calcium and phosphorus
Alfalfa is one of the best sources of protein, lysine, calcium, and fiber

How to Feed:
Feed your animal based on weight. One and a half to two pounds of total feed, for every 100 lbs. of body weight, divided in at least two feedings a day. For example, if you have a 1000 lb. horse, you would feed 20 pounds of hay pellets a day to replace hay. If you are supplementing your hay with this product then feed 2% of body weight in a combined hay/pellet ration. As with any feed, introduce slowly over time.

Ingredients/Guaranteed Analysis:
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2 Comments

  • Posted September 4, 2016 3:17 am by Peggy Bone 0Likes

    are your pellets GMO?

  • Posted October 11, 2016 4:00 pm by Justin Petrafeso 0Likes

    So sorry for the delay. We are still getting familiar with this new site and didn’t see your comment. No, our pellets are non-GMO. We also have organic Alfalfa pellets available. What are you interested in?

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