Dry Grass

Family: poaceae

Different varieties
Hay is grass, legumes or other herbaceous plants that have been cut, dried, and stored for use as animal fodder, particularly for grazing livestock such as cattle, equine, goats, and sheep. Hay or grass is the foundation of the diet for all grazing animals and can provide as much as 100% of the fodder required for an animal. Animals that can eat hay vary in the types of grasses suitable for consumption, the ways they consume hay, and how they digest it. Most animals are fed hay in two daily feedings, morning and evening. However, this schedule is more for the convenience of humans, as most grazing animals on pasture naturally consume fodder in multiple feedings throughout the day.

Quality Hay Characteristics

  • High digestibility
  • High nutrient content
  • High palatability
  • Easily consumed
  • Free of toxic materials
  • Easily handled


Composition  
crude protein 22%
Adf 31%
Mositure 12%
Maxaflotoxin 10ppm