Forages

Forage is an essential and abundant plant material eaten by grazing livestock.

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Alfalfa

Alfalfa is a perennial forage legume, widely grown throughout the world as forage for cattle. It usually has the highest feeding value of all common hay crops and is rich in protein, calcium, various minerals, B vitamins and vitamins C, D, E and K. Its primary use is as a feed for high producing dairy cows due to its high protein content and easy-to-digest fiber content. It also plays an important role in the feeding of beef cattle, horses, sheep and goats. Promina sources the highest quality alfalfa at the most competitive prices from South Africa, Argentina, USA, Spain, Sudan and Egypt.

Timothy Hay

Timothy hay is wide bladed,bright green coarse hay,with long seed heads. First cut, timothy hay is usually used for race horse feeding for its high fiber content and should be considered as part of standard mix for grass hay and provides quality nutrition for horses. Timothy hay is excellent for impaction ,colic prone horses and obese horses.

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Ryegrass

Ingenious to Europe, Asia and northern Africa and grown worldwide, ryegrass is a highly nutritious stock feed and a popular option for all livestock. It establishes rapidly and is the most widely grown cool-season grasses. Ryegrass can be grazed and used for hay or silage. They are considered as high quality forage and are suitable for all types of ruminants because of their high digestibility.