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Four Forms of Premium Standlee Forage for horses and livestock.

Four Forms of Premium Standlee Forage

At Standlee, we take the guess work out of premium forage that can be fed to your animals. Our premium forage has been managed and properly stored to maximize freshness and prevent environment damage. At our processing plant in Eden, Idaho, we package our premium forage into four physical forms: pellets, cubes, chopped, and bales.

Forage Formats

1. Pellets

  • Consistent nutrient content
  • Uniform from bag to bag
  • Easy to mix with supplements
  • Minimal waste, can be accurately weighed and measured
  • Feed soaked to slow down aggressive eaters

2. Cubes

  • Easily grasped or mouthed by horses when ground fed
  • Minimal waste, can be accurately weighed and measured
  • Large diameter slows down aggressive eaters
  • Feed soaked to slow down aggressive eaters
  • Minimal dust

3. Chopped

  • Easily grasped or mouthed by horses when ground fed
  • Minimal waste, can be accurately weighed and measured
  • Large diameter slows down aggressive eaters
  • Feed soaked to slow down aggressive eaters
  • Minimal dust

4. Bales

  • Natural forage length mimics grazing
  • Stimulates chewing and minimizes digestive upset
  • Physical form allows visual inspection of quality and consistency
  • Convenient to handle and store
  • Recommended to feed by weight, not flake

Consult your veterinarian or the nutritionists at Standlee Premium Western Forage before making any dietary changes for your animal, or if you have any questions.

To learn more about feeding alternative forms of forage to traditional bales, listen to episode 10 of our Beyond the Barn podcast with Dr. Cubitt and Katy Starr.

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