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Chaffhaye for Performance Horses

Dust & Airborne Mold-Spore Free Guaranteed dust & airborne mold-spore free. When competing at the highest level, difficulty breathing should be the LAST thing on your animals’ mind ...

 

Chaffhaye for Senior Horses

Chaffhaye is the perfect feed for older horses. The two main causes of body condition losses in older horses are poor teeth and reduced digestive ability. Being soft, Chaffhaye makes it ...

 

Hold The Sugar

Like many people, horses can have issues with too much sugar. With too much sugar, a whole host of metabolic issues can come about. One of the more prevalent is laminitis. Like diabetes ...

 

Study Shows Fermented Alfalfa Increases Digestibility of Secondary Feeds in the Diet

Most horse owners that feed Chaffhaye are well aware of the benefits for their animals when it comes to increased digestibility of their forage. But did you know Chaffhaye also helps the...

 

Don’t complicate things… Feed Chaffhaye for B-complex vitamins

Did you know? The Chaffhaye process retains a majority of the B-complex vitamins found in alfalfa? A standard dry-bale loses these vitamins after only a few months of storage. B complex ...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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-choicing feeding of Chaffhaye, demonstrating a viable option for many. Many horses have been raised on dry hay and processed feeds ...

 

Does Chaffhaye reduce the risk of colic in horses?

This 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 little...