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Frequently Asked Questions about Hay and Alfalfa
If you plan to buy hay and alfalfa, then try reading some of these frequently asked questions to help you decide which companies offer the products and services you need.

Do you sell dehydrated or sun-cured alfalfa
This is an important question to ask when you plan to feed alfalfa to livestock. Dehydrated alfalfa reportedly contains higher levels of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals that sun-cured alfalfa. Buying dehydrated feed for your farm's horses, therefore, could keep them in better physical condition.

What types of animals can eat alfalfa?
Many types of animals can eat alfalfa, including horses, goats, rabbits, and sheep. Meat and dairy cows can also eat alfalfa, but it is considered a secondary feed. Even humans can consume alfalfa, usually in the form of sprouts since mature alfalfa is quite difficult for people to chew and digest.

Is your hay or alfalfa genetically modified?
Food products, such as meat and milk, that come from cattle raised on genetically modified feed cannot be sold as organic in many countries. If you plan to sell certified organic foods, then check your national regulations to determine whether you should avoid genetically modified hay and alfalfa.

Is your hay sold loose or baled?
Most companies offer baled hay because it is easy to transport. Bales, however, are usually quite large. If you need to purchase a smaller amount of hay, the look for a company that sells it in cubes. This loose hay is usually packaged in plastic cubes so that you can use it for small numbers of chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs, or other animals.

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If you work on a farm that has cows or horses, then you probably use a large amount of hay, alfalfa, straw, and other baled grasses. Finding a wholesale supplier that has all of the products and equipment that you need can help your farm save a lot of money because they give their clients price discounts when they place bulk orders. Knowing what questions to ask the feed dealers will help you determine which ones are best for you. First, write down the numbers of a few wholesalers listed in your online directory so that you can organize your information well. Call the first supplier and ask how many years they have been growing hay, alfalfa, and other organic grasses. This will give you a good idea of how much experience they have with baled hay. Ask them if their products come in cubes. This will help you store the baled products because the cubes can be stacked easily. Ask the wholesalers if they have other feeds for your horses as well. Products like supplement tablets and juices, teas, seeds, straw, and sprouts will help your animals stay healthy. Tell the suppliers how much baled grass, pitchforks, and other products you need, and ask them what kind of discount they can give you for your order. Get a written price quote from the company and be sure to write it down. This makes it easy for you to compare their prices so that you can tell which ones have the prices that are best for you.