Products

  • Perennial Peanut Hay BalesĀ 

    Often called “the alfalfa of the South” because its protein and mineral content are very similar to alfalfa. Perennial Peanut fills a unique niche in this region because there is no other perennial warm-season legume that rivals its forage quality, persistence, and broad spectrum of uses. Presently, it is commercially produced primarily in north Florida and south Georgia. Most of this production is for hay--in particular, for horses and goats.

  • Orchard/Alfalfa Bales

    Mixed hay is usually defined as a blend of grass and legume plants, though some hay producers and horse owners may define it as a combination of several grasses. Grass hays are also good hays to feed to complement alfalfa. Orchard Grass is a high-quality grass, it will provide excellent feed for most classes of livestock.

  • Timothy Bales

    Often recommended for horses in intensive training programs, Timothy hay is excellent for impaction and colic prone horses. It is fed to horses by surgical clinics after impaction surgery in conjunction with alfalfa.  Timothy hay is excellent for foundered and obese horses and it has been said to help mares foal 40% easier. Timothy hay is often recommended for horses that are confined to a stable and have created bad habits.

  • Timothy/Alfalfa Bales

    Horse quality Alfalfa mixed with Timothy hay is a excellent recommendation and a very balanced diet. Often recommended for horses in intensive training programs, Timothy hay is excellent for impaction and colic prone horses. Alfalfa is a legume hay and is higher in protein and other essential nutrients verses grass hay and protein is necessary for tissue growth and development in young horses and broodmares.


  • Alfalfa Bales

    Alfalfa is a legume hay and is higher in protein and other essential nutrients verses grass hay and protein is necessary for tissue growth and development in young horses and broodmares. Horse quality alfalfa mixed with clean grass hay or managed pasture time is a excellent recommendation and a very balanced diet.

  • Coastal Hay Roll

    Coastal Hay is cut and dried Burmudagrass. Bermudagrass is a hearty grass that is abundant in the South. We have purchased our Coastal Hay from the same supplier for over 20 years and is the best quality in Osceola County.

  • Coastal Hay Bales

    Coastal Hay is cut and dried Burmudagrass. Bermudagrass is a hearty grass that is abundant in the South.

    We have purchased our Coastal Hay from the same supplier for over 20 years and is the best quality in Osceola County.

  • Purina® Hydration Hay™ Original Horse Hay Block 6-pack

    Manufacturer: Purina

    Purina® Hydration Hay™ Original Horse Hay Block is a premium blend of quality grass and alfalfa hay that has been compressed into a convenient, lightweight block. Simply drop the block into a bucket of water and it will quickly expand into about one flake of palatable, moist hay. Recommended for all horses at all life stages.

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  • Purina® Hydration Hay™ Original Horse Hay Block

    Manufacturer: Purina

    Purina® Hydration Hay™ ORIGINAL Horse Hay Block is a premium blend of quality grass and alfalfa hay that has been compressed into a convenient, lightweight block. Simply drop the block into a bucket of water and it will quickly expand into about one flake of palatable, moist hay. Recommended for all horses at all life stages.

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