Do you know the difference between early and late maturity hay? A good understanding of the factors that affect hay production and what to look for when buying hay will help you select high quality hay that meets your livestock's needs.
Once you have found good-quality hay for your horses, the next step is to store it so it remains good-quality hay. First you need to keep it dry to prevent mold. That means you have to protect the hay from moisture from above and below.
Although there are some differences in the cuttings, the quality of the hay is much more important than the cutting. From a nutritional standpoint, all cuttings can result in prime horse hay. After learning more about hay cuts, enter for a chance to win