- Alfalfa hay is an excellent source of good quality protein and fiber. Alfalfa hay is higher in protein and minerals and are more palatable than grass hays. Alfalfa is high in energy and is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. When properly cured, alfalfa is the best of the legume hays from a nutrient standpoint. It has the most feed value of all the perennial pasture forages. Alfalfa is used as for horses, dairy cows, beef cattle, sheep, chickens, turkeys and other farm animals
- Timothy Hay is an exceptional roughage and fiber source. It is a late-maturing bunchgrass with a relatively low protein and high fiber content. The long stem and consistent quality allows good consumption and provides good conditioning for dairy cows. Timothy hay has been well known and widely used in the race horse industry as well.
- Bermuda grass is a perennial warm season grass that is used to feed young cows as well as non-milk producing cows.