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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hay

Hay is grass, legumes, or other herbaceous plants that have been cut, dried, and stored for use .... The proper amount of hay and the type of hay required varies somewhat between different species. Some animals are also fed concentrated ...

www.theequinest.com/care/food/hay

There are a wide variety of different hay types – each with its own benefits (a few even have drawbacks) for your animals. Always consult your vet or an equine ...

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

There are quite a few different types of hay that people feed to horses, but hay generally falls into one of two categories – legumes and grasses. Alfalfa hay ...

www.succeed-equine.com/succeed-blog/2015/12/02/hay-is-for-horses-on-types-of-hay

Dec 2, 2015 ... Local availability ultimately dictates what you feed, but knowing your way around types of hay will help you choose the best option for your ...

www.atascaderohayandfeed.com/hay.html

We carry 3 different basic types of hay: Grass, Legume and Grain. ... If your animal doesn't care for Timothy hay, you might try Orchard Grass or Bermuda Grass ...

www.hobbyfarms.com/all-hay-is-not-equal-choose-your-livestocks-carefully

Feb 18, 2009 ... Hay is the mainstay diet for our livestock. Learn the intricacies of hay types, nutritional content and quality before purchasing your next load.

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

The decision about what kind of hay to feed your horse is not an easy one, even if you know a thing or two about equine nutrition. After all, with several types of ...

www.equine-world.co.uk/horses_care/horse_hay.asp

Types Of Hay. Seed Hay. Seed hay is taken from pasture grown especially for hay making from grass seed, has a higher nutritional value than meadow hay, and ...

janiceperson.com/agriculture/ag-awareness/different-types-of-hay-hay-harvest

Apr 9, 2013 ... I have to say that I always thought hay was just tall grass. Not sure when I realized that there were different types of hay but I do remember I was ...