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Alfalfa Hay

Alfalfa Hay

Alfalfa is a perennial plant which is a member of the legume family as are beans and peanuts. Alfalfa is universally recognized as the premier forage specie. All types and classes of forage-consuming livestock relish alfalfa, and perform well on it. Premium grades of alfalfa provide very high levels of crude protein and also provide exceptional roughage value. Alfalfa is the ideal dairy feed.

Bermuda Hay

Bermuda Hay

Bermuda is a perennial grass which is grown in warmer, drier climates. It is grown for both seed and hay. As a hay it provides a moderate amount of protein and a good amount of roughage. since it is fine stemmed and soft, it is easily fed and, in very hot climates it is preferred by the cow over other feeds. Bermuda Straw is used in large quantities as a source of roughage.

Oat Hay

Oat Hay

Oats are an annual crop which is grown primarily for the grain. Oat hay is also grown and is a good quality feed. Oat hay provides a good combination of roughage and some protein.

Orchard Grass

Orchard Grass

Orchard Grass is used as a hay grass and for pastures because of its high yields and sugar content, sweeter than most other temperate grasses.

Rye Grass

Rye Grass

Rye grass straw is high in fiber and low in protein. Farmers will use rye grass as a mix with low fiber, high protein alfalfa to create a nutritious, economical animal feed that helps prevent digestive disorders. Both dairy and livestock operations take advantage of the use of perennial and annual Rye grass for feed.

Sudan Grass

Sudan Grass

Sudan grass is an annual which is grown primarily in the deserts of Southern California. It has also been grown successfully in other, cooler climates including Washington and Oregon. As an annual, it is newly planted each year and typically yields one or two harvests. Sudan grass is a member of the same family as sorghum, and has a high fiber content which makes it an excellent source of roughage.

Timothy Hay

Timothy Hay

Timothy is a perennial grass which is primarily grown as animal feed. Timothy contains a good combination of protein and roughage, and, therefore, is an excellent forage product. The primary area for Timothy on the West Coast is Central Washington (Ellensburg). Timothy is used in the racehorse industry as well as the dairy industry and is considered a premium product.

Bluegrass

Bluegrass

Bluegrass, a cool-season grass, grows most vigorously in spring and fall, while trefoil grows best in late spring and summer.