Horses are such beautiful creatures, so whether you are a professional horse breeder, or a personal owner with a love for equines, you’ll want to do whatever it takes to maintain that healthy glow. Therefore, your top priority should be to make sure they’re fed a healthy diet. And one of the best ways to assure that they get the right amount of daily nutrition is to feed them alfalfa hay cubes.
At one time, most equestrians relied on bailed hay to provide nourishment for their herds. And although sufficient for the time, baled hay did not provide the optimum amount of nutrition for your horse. The quality of the hay would degrade over time and that would result in even lesser nutritional value; something that could adversely affect your horse’s health.
Alfalfa hay cubes, on the other hand, are nutritionally balanced to provide peak energy reserves, so you get more value for your horse feed expenditure.
If you’ve been used to lugging in bales of hay to feed your herd, you might’ve known that much of your effort ends up scattered about the pasture and trampled under feet. This is a needless waste of feed and resources and an inefficient way to provide your horse’s with the nutrition they deserve.
Because of their compressed, cubed shape and their nutritionally-enriched formulae, alfalfa hay cubes eliminate waste and provide you with an efficient, accurate way of determining just the right amount of roughage your horse needs.
If you’ve ever seen or worked with those big, bulky bales of hay, you know how cumbersome handling them can be. Maybe you don’t have the manpower or equipment to available to move them about as needed? This could also become a problem come feeding time. In addition, providing enough storage space can also be a problem, if you’re looking at maintaining its nutritional value for as long as possible.
Fortunately, alfalfa hay cubes come in bags that are easy to store and handle. So when feeding time comes around a single farm hand can get the job done with relative ease.
Your horses are both a treasure and an asset, so you’ll want to treat them that way. This means introducing alfalfa hay cubes to the dietary regimen you have mapped out for them. And Sacate always offers the best!