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NET WT. 50 lbs (22.68 kg)
Standlee Premium Western Forage Timothy Grass Grab & Go Compressed Bales are made from compressed high-quality sun-cured forage and shrink-wrapped, making them easier to handle and store. Standlee Timothy Grass hay is highly palatable, low to moderate in protein, and high in digestible fiber.
Standlee Premium Western Forage Timothy Grass Grab & Go Compressed Bales for livestock and horses provide balanced nutrition for all stages of life with a moderate protein level, great for those on light to moderate work or on a maintenance diet. Timothy Grass hay also offers lower protein than alfalfa.
Natural Forage Length
Easy Keeper Friendly
Growing horses (slow to moderate growth), mature or overweight horses, horses with HYPP, performance horses, early pregnancy mares, and breeding stallions
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 MOLDY OR INSECT INFESTED FORAGE TO HORSES.
ALWAYS PROVIDE FREE ACCESS TO FRESH, CLEAN WATER.
Naturally Sun-Cured Premium Western Timothy Grass 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.
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