Nice. We usually only feed orchard grasses, with johnsongrass mixed in, and sometimes lesbadeza hay, but I never knew about the seresa hay untill the other day. It's real fine, real nicely dried stuff. Pretty, green, smells nice, but has a few sticks in it. It's real light hay too.
Our guy has his bailer set to pack the hay down, and it makea about 65-75 lb hay bales. That'd be just two string bales.
I like this seresa, lesbadeza mixture, even though it's a lighter bail of hay, it's about 50/60 pounds, not real heavy, but the horses seem to like it a lot, and they look great on it.
Ah, we don't feed grain--if we do, it's rolled oats, and a mix of high fat pellets, and they get a mineral block in the pasture, with 24/7 hay-- in the summer, I'll throw a few flakes out, but they'll be real fat on just the pasture grass. :)
I'd like to see some haylage. Never heard of anyone feeding it. What's the average protein? You said you feed beet pulp, is it not enough fiber?
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