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Western Timothy Hay- Timothy hay is the forage of choice at most North American Racetracks. It is well known for its palatability, consistency and vibrant color. Western Timothy has become popular in many barns because unlike eastern hay, it is not subject to the unpredictable climate which can produce varying quality forage from year to year. Timothy hay is recommended to be fed daily. This product can be grown in many western states such as Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, and Colorado. Western Timothy is recommended for users who want consistency every day of the year. 


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Western Alfalfa- Western alfalfa is an important source of protein. Protein content in alfalfa can vary anywhere from 14%-20% and up. Horses can derive large amounts of energy from alfalfa. Alfalfa hay is extremely nutritious and can help keep water retention in the horse, which is very important when a horse is going through strenuous exercise. Western Alfalfa hay is very hardy and can be grown throughout the Southwest, and Northwestern United States 


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 3 Tie Bale [100#]                    Compressed Bale [65#]               3x3x8 big bales [900#]

Orchard/Alfalfa Hay- There are different types of mixed hays, the most popular being Orchard/Alfalfa. Orchard grass is a very soft hay that is extremely palatable to horses. Many hay growers mix the alfalfa and orchard to make this beautiful hay. O/A generally has a deep green color and very soft when handling. This product has become more popular in recent years because horses generally gobble it up. 


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Eastern Timothy, Timothy/Alfalfa- Eastern Hay is most readily available in 2 tie bales. Grown in the Northeast United States and Canada, these hays are more susceptible to unpredictable rains and climate. While they have good nutritional value, quality can vary greatly from farm to farm, along with year to year.


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