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NET WT. 50 lbs (22.68 kg)
Standlee Premium Western Forage Alfalfa Grab & Go Compressed Bales are made from compressed high-quality sun-cured forage and shrink-wrapped, making them easier to handle and store. Standlee Alfalfa hay bales are low in sugar, moderately high in protein, high in calories and digestible fiber to promote hind gut health.
Standlee Premium Western Forage Premium Alfalfa Grab & Go Compressed Bales are made from quality sun-cured alfalfa and packaged in a convenient format.
Hind Gut Health
High Digestable Energy
Growing (rapid growth) and underweight horses, horses sensitive to carbohydrates, horses with gastric ulcers and late in pregnancy, and lactating mares.
Weigh the amount of forage provided to each horse to ensure you are feeding the proper amount. This is especially important with baled and compressed forage since similar volumes of forage (a flake for example) vary in weight.
Cut the bands on compressed bales 8 to 10 hours before feeding to allow the bale to expand to avoid overfeeding.
Gradually replace existing hay with Standlee forage over a 7–10-day period. Replace existing hay on a 1 to 1 basis with Standlee forage.
NEVER FEED MOLD OR INSECT-INFESTED FORAGE TO HORSES.
ALWAYS PROVIDE FREE ACCESS TO FRESH, CLEAN WATER.
Naturally Sun-Cured Premium Western Alfalfa Forage
Forage is a natural agriculture product. Despite the use of modern processing equipment, it is not always possible to remove all foreign materials. Sort and remove foreign materials before feeding.
To maintain product quality and ensure safety, store product in a covered, cool, and well-ventilated environment out of the effects of the weather.
DISCARD ANY SOILED OR WET FORAGE IMMEDIATELY.
Many horse owners are aware, alfalfa has been blamed (justly or unjustly) for problems associated with horse health. “Too much of this nutrient”, “not enough of that nutrient” are common phrases found in discussions regarding alfalfa hay for horses. The simple fact of the matter is that a considerable number of very good horses are raised and perform each year on diets consisting of a large percentage of alfalfa. Therefore, common sense tells us that alfalfa can be used successfully in horse feeding programs. The following are three common misconceptions surrounding feeding alfalfa to horses.Learn More
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