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One of the most popular hays for high performance, lactating or senior horses, Alfalfa hay is a forage legume and is a member of the pea family. It is perennial and is one of the first domesticated forages. It is more nutrient-dense than most grasses when harvested at the same stage of maturity, and typically contains more digestible energy, more crude protein and calcium, and fewer nonstructural carbohydrates (sugars and starches). Because it’s so nutrient-dense, it’s a good and nutritious hay for horses that need weight gain or are prone to muscle problems. It is ideal for horses on high planes of nutrition, such as lactating broodmares, growing horses, thin horses, race or performance horses, or young foals not getting enough milk. It is also suitable for horses prone to gastric ulcers, because the extra calcium acts as a buffer against stomach acid. Protein levels on our Alfalfa hay are typically 15.0%, with 1.0% fat, 28.0% fiber and a minimum of 0.9% calcium.

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