News / Podcasts

  • Home
  • News / Podcasts

News & Podcasts


 

Spotlight: Star Bright Farm

I’ve been feeding Chaffhaye to my goats for 3 years now and I’m very very satisfied with the results. My distributor is Cathy Phaneuf, and she’s such a wonderful lady. I’ve attached a pi...

 

Timing Is Key to Exceptional Alfalfa Quality

Harvesting forage at the optimal stage of plant maturity is the most important factor in achieving exceptional forage quality. Unfortunately, many growers can become overly concerned wit...

 

Spotlight: TLC Farms- Lithia, FL

Tanya Cook is the owner of TLC Farms in Lithia, Florida. TLC Farms raises ADGA registered Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats and has been a loyal Chaffhaye user since 2013. Last week we spoke wi...

 

How to Make Alfalfa Tea With a Chaffhaye Bag

As a fertilizer, alfalfa tea provides a good source of nitrogen, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, vitamins (A, D, B1, B6, E, K and U) and triacontanol, which is a fatty acid g...

 

5 Benefits Of Fermented Feed For Your Goats

Most of us have seen the countless yogurt commercials touting the benefits of fermented foods for people, but, did you know that fermented foods are equally as beneficial to your goats? ...

 

How much is in a bag of Chaffhaye?

Chaffhaye Alfalfa is offered in 50, 20 and 16 ounce bags. A 50# Bag of Chaffhaye Alfalfa will feed an average 1100 pound pleasure horse for 3 days. For smaller animals, such as foals, go...

 

Is the feed value for Chaffhaye higher than dry hay?

Yes. Chaffhaye’s feed value arises from a number of key factors, including its superior harvesting and packaging method; improved digestibility due to beneficial enzymes, yeast and micro...

 

I have a horse that is prone to founder. Is Chaffhaye OK to feed?

Horses that are prone to founder must reduce their starch and sugars. Since Chaffhaye undergoes a fermentation, the sugars and starches are partially used as a food source by the benefic...

 

Is Chaffhaye too expensive?

Absolutely not. Chaffhaye is nearly twice as nutritious as “good quality” hay, and therefore, the amount of grain and expensive supplements can be significantly reduced. Chaffhaye is con...

 

Chaffhaye contains molasses. Is this OK for my horse?

Molasses is added to Chaffhaye for the sole purpose of providing a readily available food source for the beneficial bacteria that ferment the forage. Therefore, the molasses is a “pre-bi...

 

What is the shelf life of Chaffhaye in unopened bag? Once opened?

Unopened in it’s air-tight package, Chaffhaye will remain preserved and fresh for at least 16 months. The nutritional value of Chaffhaye does not decrease with time. We have tested 5 yea...

 

Alfalfa seems high in protein. Is Chaffhaye Alfalfa OK for my horse?

Chaffhaye Alfalfa is a high-fiber forage and excellent source of protein. As fed from the bag, it contains 9% protein. The higher digestibility of Chaffhaye makes it especially ideal for...

 

Will Chaffhaye make my horse “hot” or “jumpy”?

In some situations, “jumpiness” is simply a characteristic of the animal breed. Outside this scenario, the most frequent cause of “jumpiness” is a high amount of starch and sugar in the ...

 

Will my horse readily eat Chaffhaye?

In feeding our own horses and livestock and from speaking with thousands of horse owners over the years, we have found that most horses will go to Chaffhaye immediately. Because it is th...

 

Can I feed my horse Chaffhaye on a free choice basis?

Yes. Many horse owners are discovering success in free-choice feeding of Chaffhaye, demonstrating a viable option for many. Many horses have been raised on dry hay and processed feeds wi...

 

Does Chaffhaye reduce the risk of colic in horses?

This is one of the best benefits of Chaffhaye. Animals with access to green pasture consume forage that is naturally high in moisture and plant juice. However, most horses today have lit...

Browse More Pages