Orchard/Brome (or Brohme) grass hay is a very popular horse hay common in Colorado. Its protein and fiber levels are well suited for many horses that see average levels of exercise.
Orchard grass hay is an excellent choice for many horses. It grows well in mixed fields and is commonly grown mixed with Alfalfa, Brome, Timothy and other grasses. Horses generally love it!
Timothy Hay is an exceptional roughage and fiber source. It is a late-maturing bunchgrass with a relatively low protein and high fiber content. The long stem and consistent quality allows good consumption and has been well known and widely used in the race horse industry. Grown at higher altitudes, Colorado Timothy is very popular.
Alfalfa is member of the legume family and is high in protein. Its a popular choice for performance horses, growing horses and lactating mares. Its generally lower in fiber and contains more calories per pound.
This very popular horse hay is a great combination of higher protein and calories from the Alfalfa and higher fiber and digestibility from the grass. A delicious and nutritious choice.