It is not uncommon for horses to be unable or unable to consume sufficient basic feed via their daily heuration due to lack of hay, poor hay quality, old age, bad teeth, illness, health restrictions, operations, metabolic and hormonal diseases and many other factors. Then the hay and/or meadow cobs become interesting as a supplement or replacement.
They are available in the same pelleting and size as the alfalfa pellets and other products. We harvest from especially old meadows, which have been adapted to the environment and nature and are therefore species-rich. The haycobs are from the first cut and are harvested with an insect- and fodder-friendly double knife mower at the beginning and middle of July. They are particularly aromatic and digestible. Whether fresh or dried, they are a tasty and healthy food for your horse. The Wiesencobs are from the second cut and therefore have more protein and a finer structure with a strong aroma. They are an excellent complement to very structured basic feed or straw.
Medium alfalfa pellets have a particularly low protein content and a lot of structure and can therefore also be used in large quantities as a substitute for basic feed.