Enertia General Trading
Alfalfa is a valuable feedstuff for cattle and is capable of providing them with energy, high quality protein, lysine, calcium, and varying levels of other vitamins and minerals. Horses love it! No argument there. Give a horse the opportunity to choose among flakes of all-grass hay, grass-alfalfa mix, and all-alfalfa, chances are he will chow down the alfalfa flake first. Alfalfa is tasty to horses.
Alfalfa has lower indigestible fiber than grass hays. High quality ("dairy") alfalfa supplies 20% to 25% more calories per pound than grass hays, although the difference is much smaller for more mature cuts of alfalfa.
Heavily pregnant or lactating cattle, and young rapidly growing horses, benefit from Alfalfa's high protein content. Alfalfa is also a rich source of calcium.
There are many horses who need extra calcium or protein in their diets, and Alfalfa is an excellent natural source of those nutrients. Because of its taste appeal, higher digestibility, and the fact it is easier to chew, it is often a valuable addition to the diet of sick horses or senior horses.
Alfalfa provides key nutrients such as calcium, magnesium and potassium. Depending on the nutrient levels in the pasture where the crop was grown, Alfalfa hay can provide high levels of vitamins A, D, E and K; selenium; and riboflavin and niacin.
|Packaging||Can Be Packed As Per Client Requirement|
|Single Press||3 tie. Protein 16-20%|
|Size||Mega 400-600 KG bales|
|Crude Protein||18.0% (min)|
|Crude Fat||Min 1.5% (min)|
|Crude Fiber||Max 30% (max)|