MixesBlends of Hay
Types of HayGrass Hay
Questions to Ask SellerWhen was it planted?
What was the Exact Mixture Sown?
How mature was it when Mowed?
Do you have test results for this hay?
What is your fertilizer program?
Understanding What You Are BuyingOn the buyer's end...
On the Grower's End
Questions to Ask SellerDo you have test results for this hay?
This is another real simple question. And the grower's answer will be loud and clear. Lab testing does take time and effort.
If he doesn't have an existing test program and copies of results handy, then he has no idea of what he is actually selling you...and neither do you.
Back to your wallet: The hay we produce here at Beagle Hill Farms represents the complete diet of our cow-calf operation. The nutritional value (RFV) of our hay is high enough that our cows are fed a pure grass program. This means no expensive grain is purchased for our herd. This is both cost effective and healthier for our animals. After all, they (just like horses) are ruminants.