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www.anderson-hay.com/timothy-hay-for-horses

timothy-hay-for-horse Timothy hay is the most digestible of all hays and is one of the most popular hay feeds for horses. The hay is a late-maturing high fiber ...

www.horsetalk.co.nz/2013/10/03/timothy-hay-horses-friend

Oct 3, 2013 ... Timothy hay deserves its place in the pantheon of hays and, in many ways, is an equally desirable choice for horses.

equimed.com/health-centers/nutrition/articles/hay-for-your-horse

Sep 3, 2012 ... Timothy hay is one of the most popular hays fed to horses. It can be quite expensive, depending on whether it has to be shipped long distances.

hayusa.net/timothy.html

First cutting Timothy is usually used for race horses and export to the Pacific Rim. ... Timothy hay is excellent for impaction and colic prone horses and is fed to ...

www.myhorseuniversity.com/resources/eTips/September2011/Didyouknow

Timothy hay is one of the most popular hays fed to horses. It can be quite expensive, depending on whether it has to be shipped long distances. Timothy must be ...

www.sweetwaternutrition.com/best-hay-feed-horse

Alfalfa hay, sometimes called lucerne hay, is the most popular legume hay fed to horses in the U.S., while timothy and orchard are popular grass hay choices.

www.equinews.com/article/timothy-hay-horses

Nov 10, 2015 ... Horse owners time and again consider timothy the gold standard in grasses for horses, primarily when it is cured and harvested as hay.

alfalfa.ucdavis.edu/+symposium/proceedings/2001/01-061.pdf

Key Words: alfalfa hay, grass hay, horses, nutrient requirements ... timothy hay and oats are the best feeds for horses, and that alfalfa and corn spell disaster.

www.horsechannel.com/horse-health/all-about-hay-23205.aspx

Hay is the basis of virtually every horse's diet, but all hays aren't created equal. ... to horses in the United States, including timothy, orchard, alfalfa, coastal, oat, ...

www.ca.uky.edu/agc/pubs/id/id146/id146.htm

In Kentucky, the most popular hay choices for horses are alfalfa, timothy, orchardgrass and alfalfa-grass mixes. Somewhat less popular but still common are red ...