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DuMOR Premium Alfalfa Cubes, 50 lb.

SKU: 125242099
DuMOR Premium Alfalfa Cubes, 50 lb.
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These DuMOR Premium Alfalfa Cubes are made from premium sun-cured alfalfa hay with chewable 2 to 3 in. ground fiber.

  • Best used for horses with moderate to heavy activity
  • Contains higher calories for underweight animals
  • Ideal for nursing mares, weanlings and yearlings

Sun-Cured Alfalfa Hay, Less Than 2% Bentonite

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude protein 16% (min.)
Crude fiber 30% (max.)
Ash 12% (max.)
Calcium 0.8% to 1.7%
Crude fat 1%
Phosphorus (min.) 0.25%

Specification Description
Animal Type: Multi-Species
Brand: DuMOR
Rabbit: Yes
Pig: No
Poultry: No
Shop By: Bulk Discount
Package Size: 50 lb.
Sheep: Yes
Horse: Yes
Type: Cube
Cattle: Yes
Life Stage: Pre-Adult, Adult, Reproducing Adult
Deer: Yes
Goat: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number ALFALFA CUBE
DuMOR Premium Alfalfa Cubes, 50 lb. is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 127.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Plastic in the cubes I’ve found multiple pieces of black plastic inside the cubes. Good thing I soak and break them up first so I was able to see the plastic before feeding. Won’t be buying this brand again
Date published: 2019-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for feeding hard keepers! I have been buying these cubes for several years. Feed to 20 yr old senior horse, whose teeth are floated regularly. I soak the cubes for about 20 minutes which makes it easier for senior horse to eat plus he is getting water with the cubes for easier digestion. I also feed to a gelding that has bouts with heaves. I also always soak cubes or pellets in water after I had my mare choke on dry alfalfa pellets!!!!!!!! I recommend to soak pellets or cubes in water before feeding to your horse!!!!
Date published: 2019-10-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dusty! A lot of the cubes are broken up into dust! I know there’s 10lbs more than Standlee brand, but my horse wastes the water soaked “dust” from the broken up cubes. I won’t buy these anymore.
Date published: 2019-10-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great feed if you can get it not moldy I purchase this for my gelding. However when buying from the Morgantown, WV store it's pretty much ALWAYS moldy. Be careful buying this. It shouldn't be yellow or have a sour smell...
Date published: 2019-10-16
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Is there anything, other than alfalfa in the cubed alfalfa?  My horse has allergies to some feed products. 

Asked by: Winsmom
The only other item that could be in the cubes is a binder, called Benzonite. Maximum would be 2% but most of our suppliers use about a .5% or none at all. That is figured in the nutritional analysis as ash. No other forage products should be in the straight alfalfa cubes.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-11-12

How much of this product should be fed daily?

Asked by: lizlett
The feeding recommendations as a sole source of forage would be 1.5% to 2.5% of the animals total body weight. Example an 800 LB horse would need to be fed between 12 and 20 LB of product. If using as a supplement to other long strand forages, .5% to 1.5% of total body weight of the animal would be sufficient. Example an 800 LB horse would need between 4 and 12 LB of product per day.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-11-12

Should this be fed to donkeys or goats? How about horses with hoof issues? 

Asked by: Pamalama
The alfalfa cubes can be fed to all livestock animals.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-11-20

Approximately how many cubes are there per lb?

Asked by: marjo
There are approximately 9-10 cubes per pound.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-07-26

Do the unsoaked cubes spoil? After how long?

Asked by: DanaO
Non-soaked cubes have a shelf life of about 18 months, if kept in dry, dark and low humidity areas. It is recommended to have a dark, air tight container to store cubes after opening the bags.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-09-30

If I soak the cubes for twelve hours so they are ready for the next feeding, will they ferment?

Asked by: DanaO
Usually fermentation will not start that fast but to be cautious it is not recommended soaking for 12 hours. Most vendors say the cubes will be saturated in 30 minutes to 2 hours from adding water. Again recommending that it be fed when ready and remainder discarded within 4 hours of first consumption.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-09-30

I see that you suggest to discard any uneaten soaked alfalfa cubes after 24 hours as they may spoil. I did soak alfalfa cubes for 24 hours once and fed them to my horse which he ate at once. Was that not a good idea since they spoil after 24 hours?

Asked by: DanaO
The recommendation is to discarding all uneaten product in 4 hours or less. Again in ideal conditions the cubes might stay in good condition longer. The shorter time frame in cases where the temperatures and humidity are at heightened levels. Again raised temperatures and humidity can increase the rate of spoilage.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-09-30

Can I use this to feed my chickens? I read in other reviews about the cube being very hard, would this mean it is too hard for the chicken to peck at? How long does it take to soak?

Asked by: Venice
Yes, you can feed to chickens. When feeding this product you will need to be aware that Pellets or cubes could be soaked in a little water to soften them. For pellets, 15 to 20 minutes is probably enough time. For cubes, maybe 60 to 90 minutes. Importantly, if they are soaked, discard anything material they don’t clean up after about 24 hours, as it will spoil.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-08-01
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