Alfalfa Hay Pellets for Goats
It’s very difficult to find alfalfa hay in New Brunswick but thankfully we were able to find alfalfa hay pellets for our goats. It’s a good thing too because they need the calcium and protein especially during the last 2 months of pregnancy and while they are milking. You won’t want to give your bucks or wethers or kids alfalfa as it can be part of a copper deficiency. Our does are used to their feeding routine. The pregnant does come inside for their alfalfa pellets while the other does stay outside for their grass pellets. It’s amazing what your goats will learn if you are consistent! See what our goats are eating now here. Learn all about hay for your goats here.
Alfalfa Hay Pellets for Goats. Alfalfa hay sun-cured (ground)
Standlee Premium Western Forage Premium Alfalfa pellets are made from high-quality sun-cured forage formed into 1/4 inch pellets that are easy to measure and easy to feed. Standlee Alfalfa Hay is high in protein to support active and growing horses, and low in carbohydrates making it a great option for carb-sensitive animals. Available in 40 lb. bags.
- 16% Protein - high protein level for the performance horse
- Stomach Friendly - Calcium levels can reduce the risk of stomach ulcers
- Low Starch - A great option for horses on restricted diets, providing essential nutrition without excess carbohydrates
- Minimal waste - can be accurately weighed and measured
- Minimal Dust - May reduce the risk of respiratory issues associated with dusty hay
- Soak for Hydration -Increased hydration helps support optimal digestive function in horses, reducing the risk of digestive disorders such as impaction or colic
- Natural Fertilizer - Can be used in gardens or flower beds, providing a natural and sustainable solution for gardening enthusiasts
- "Made in USA - Made in Idaho with care with the highest-quality forage in the USA "
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