Hay is grass, legumes, or other herbaceous plants that have been cut, dried, and
stored for use as animal fodder, particularly for grazing animals such as cattle, ...
Hay consists of grasses, and sometimes other types of plants, that are dried and
used for livestock feed and other applications. The grasses are dried in the field ...
Legumes such as hairy vetch can improve the quality of winter annual grasses.
Cover crops are planted to enhance health and fertility of soils and to benefit the
Each type of hay falls into one of two categories: legumes and grasses.
Commonly fed legume hays include alfalfa and clover, with most other hays
falling into ...
predominant seeded midwestern grasses, the most common native pasture
grasses. (quackgrass ..... hay because of its short stature and low yield per cutting
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Here, you will find a brief summary of the major type of grass that is used for
pasture land and hay purposes. Some types of grass will also make excellent sod
On heavier land timothy grass can also be included as it is very good for cutting
as hay and is very palatable to animals. Meadow fescue based mixtures, whilst ...
Feb 18, 2009 ... Hay falls into several categories: grass, legume, mixed (grass and legume) and
cereal grain straw (such as oat hay). Some of the more ...
Types of grass hay for horses. Timothy, bluegrass, orchardgrass, teff,
bermudagrass, fescue, reed canarygrass, ryegrass, smooth bromegrass,
sorghum, sudan, ...