Chaffhaye for Goats

Chaffhaye is a fresh chopped, premium bagged forage sold in 1.5, 5 & 50-pound bags that captures the key characteristics of fresh pasture while also offering a guaranteed level of nutrition.

Non GMO Verified

From Our Family To Yours

We proudly grow all our alfalfa on our Non-GMO Project Verified family farms.

The Chaffhaye Advantage

Why Chaffhaye is the BEST

Higher digestibility, superior quality and a guaranteed nutritional analysis. Nutritional Analysis

Chaffhaye Saves You

Time and Money

Easy storage, reduction in vet bills and zero waste are just a few of the benefits.

Chaffhaye for Goats

Most animal feeds go through a drying process that removes a majority of the naturally occurring plant juice from the forage. This essentially drains life from the feed. We process Chaffhaye to retain its natural plant juice, preserving the natural probiotics of the feed. By retaining the plant juice, Chaffhaye becomes the closest product you can buy to fresh, natural pasture. Hence, we call it “Premium Pasture in a Bag.

How It Works:

There are unique biological aspects to Chaffhaye that exert health and physiological benefits beyond the nutrition of the forage itself. Chaffhaye undergoes an all natural fermentation process in the package that enlivens it with yeast, enzymes, and beneficial microflora.

Chaffhaye’s beneficial microflora, or fiber-digesting bacteria, closely resembles those found in the early fiber-digestion process in the rumen of ruminants. In essence, Chaffhaye “predigests” the forage in the bag. Once consumed, more of its nutrients can be assimilated (absorbed ) in the body, leading to greater nutritional benefit.



After only 1 month my daily milk volume increased by 1/4. I really noticed my goat’s coats, eyes, and muscles tone had improved by February 2014. At every show, I attended people would stop and ask “Is that Chaffhaye, where can I get it”. I shared any info I had and they loved the condition of my goats. I strongly recommend Chaffhaye for its superior quality, packaging, nutritional benefits and the overall health & general appearance of my goats. - TLC FARMS (Tanya Cook- Lithia, FL - www.tlcfarmsdwarfgoats.com)

Goat Tip #1: Wash your hands with toothpaste to remove "buck" smell after handling your herd.

Goat Tip #2: Treat your girls to a handful of Black Oil Sunflower Seeds (BOSS). They are a great source of vitamin E, Zinc, Iron, Selenium and healthy fats.


 

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Guaranteed Nutritional Analysis

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