We stock a wide range of hay:
Alfalfa is a popular source of forage for horses. It is known for its high digestibility and palatability. We source hay regularly from Idaho, New Mexico and Arizona.
This is one of the most commonly found mixes of horse hay. It is planted as a mixture of Timothy and Alfalfa. Generally speaking, the Timothy is dominant to the Alfalfa in most fields. It is sourced from Ohio and Michigan.
Orchard grass along with Alfalfa has become popular because of its high palatability levels. It is characterized by its lush irregular flower-head and flat stems. It is commonly found in the Ohio valley as well as the Rocky Mountain States.
Timothy grass is an abundant perennial grass that has leaves and densely packed flower-heads. High quality Timothy is an excellent source of fiber for horses. The best Timothy is generally found in the cooler climates of the U.S. and Western Canada.
Clover is a high palatable source of nutrition for horses. Red Clover is the most common type planted for horses. It is usually planted in upstate New York and the Ohio valley.