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DuMOR Premium Alfalfa Timothy Cubes, 50 lb.

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These DuMOR Premium Alfalfa Timothy Cubes are made from 60% percent premium sun-cured alfalfa hay with 40% Timothy hay. These cubes provide a moderate level energy source with a low sugar content.

  • Alfalfa/Timothy cubes are an adequate forage source for all growth stages and particularly suitable for horses with a variety of dietary needs

Ingredients:
Alfalfa Hay, Timothy Grass Hay, Less Than 2% Bentonite.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude protein 8% (min.)
Crude fiber 30% (max.)
Ash 12% (max.)
Calcium 0.8% to 1.7%
Crude fat 1% (min.)
Phosphorus .25%

Specification Description
Animal Type: Multi-Species
Cattle: Yes
Deer: Yes
Goat: Yes
Horse: Yes
Life Stage: Any
Package Size: 50 lb.
Pig: No
Poultry: No
Product Type: Forage
Rabbit: Yes
Sheep: Yes
Type: Cube
Brand: DuMOR
Manufacturer Part Number ALF TIMOTHY CUBE
DuMOR Premium Alfalfa Timothy Cubes, 50 lb. is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from So hard they take hours to soak I bought these as an alternative to the Standlee brand cubes, since there are 10 more pounds for the same price. I broke apart the big chunks and soaked for 45 minutes as I always have done with the Standlee brand. They looked fine, in fact, the cubes that did soak were greener and softer in texture than the Standlee, but 3/4 of the bucket was still rock hard. The same exact amount of Standlee would be completely hydrated. I soaked again for an hour and I still had to physically break apart cubes. These will be going back to the store, and I’ll be sticking with the Standlee.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for measured feed I use these cubes to measure each feed weight on my horses. When I have a horse sitter come, she measured each colour coded bucket, fills with water and feed the appropriate horse. EASY!
Date published: 2018-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Soaks Well I soak these in a bucket of warm water for 15 minutes and break up the cubes by hand. It’s easy and my horse loves it. I don’t know if I would give these dry as they soak up a ton of water.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better cubes I bought these because my TS store was out of the Standlee brand I usually buy. They are actually less hard than Standlee and my horses love them. They are served as treats and they get the alfalfa timothy pellets in their feed. I may be misinformed but I thought by adding timothy to alfalfa that the farmer could not use a gmo which I was told was in pure alfalfa.
Date published: 2017-12-30
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How much should be fed per horse per day?

Asked by: Debby196
A typical mature horse will eat around 3% of its body weight per day, on a dry matter bases. So, for a 1000 pound horse that is around 30#. This might vary from 25# to 33# based on age, activity and breed. A typical diet would be 2 to 5 pounds of formulated feed and the rest in quality pasture or hay.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-04-03
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