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Standlee Premium Western Forage Premium Alfalfa Pellets, 40 lb.

SKU: 512176299
Standlee Premium Western Forage Premium Alfalfa Pellets, 40 lb.
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751 upper glen st ste 1
queensbury, NY 12804
(518) 792-7777
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Premium Alfalfa Pellets are high density, 1/4 inch pellets of Standlee Premium Western Forage. Alfalfa forage is low in sugar, moderately high in protein, high in calories and digestible fiber.

  • Low in carbohydrates
  • Minimal waste, can be accurately weighed and measured
  • Minimal dust
  • Easy to feed and store
  • Useful as a fertilizer in gardens or flower beds
  • Ingredients: Naturally Sun-Cured Premium Western Alfalfa Forage
Forage is the most important component of a horse's diet and should be fed at a rate of 1.5-2.5% of a horse's body weight. Weigh the amount of forage provided to each horse to ensure you are feeding the proper amount. Feeding some long-stem forage (hay) may help eliminate boredom and prevent stall vices. Horses that have dental problems or for horses that aggressively consume their feed, Standlee Premium Western Forage cubes and pellets are recommended to be fed wet, soaked in water for 30 minutes or until properly softened. Gradually replace existing hay with Standlee Premium Western Forage over a 7-10 day period. Replace existing hay on a 1 to 1 basis with Standlee Premium Western Forage. Never feed moldy or insect infested forage to horses. Always provide free-access to fresh, clean water.

Specification Description
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Brand: Standlee
Package Size: 40 lb.
Special Diet: None
Warranty: 30-Days
Shop By: Bulk Discount
Animal Compatibility: Horse, Cow, Goat, Lama, Rabbit
Form: Long stem forage
Part Number: 1175-30101-0-0
Life Stage: All life stages
Manufacturer Part Number 1175-30101-0-0
Standlee Premium Western Forage Premium Alfalfa Pellets, 40 lb. is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 170.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Good all purpose feed. Wets down quickly with just a little water. Good base for my Senior feed.
Date published: 2020-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High quality feed source Each bag is the same as the last. Great quality for the price would buy again and will
Date published: 2019-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Large pellets for goats These pellets are a lot longer than their Timothy pellets. I have to break them up so my goats do not choke on them. They seem to like them ok.
Date published: 2019-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Add the weight without overloading the grain I have a 30 year old mare that needed some extra weight before winter. I soak these alfalfa pellets and now she looks great!
Date published: 2019-12-27
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I have read conflicting information about Alfalfa for donkeys. Is this product good for Donkeys? if not what do you recommend

Asked by: becca8
Thank you for you question. The key to successful donkey nutrition is to find high-fiber forages of low nutritional value. An ideal choice is clean straw, which in many ways is the most similar choice to feeds donkeys would find in their native environments. Another ideal choice is a grass forage, such as the Timothy Grass compressed bales and/or pellets. This a low protein forage, that donkeys do very well on as well. You can always combine the two products to find the ideal feed for your donkey. Thank you
Answered by: Standlee® Product Expert
Date published: 2018-03-23

What percentage of Alfalfa is there in the alfalfa pellets? I infer 100% but would like confirmation.

Asked by: Mariana
Standlee Alfalfa Pellets are 100% alfalfa, there are no additives included in the pelleted products.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-03-27

After soaking 30 minutes the pellets swelled and softened a bit, but had a hard core and did not disintegrate like the alfalfa cubes do. Is that as much softening as I can expect? I am feeding them to an elderly horse who can eat grass but not hay.

Asked by: ValF
Thank you for your inquiry. In most instances, the pellets will fully break apart. However, there are times when the forage used is more dense and this will keep the pellets together in pellet form longer. If the forage is denser, it will hold the compression better, therefore it will not expand as expected. Thank you
Answered by: Standlee® Product Expert
Date published: 2019-02-20

How many lbs. per day should I feed my lactating dairy doe goat?

Asked by: Jonathan k
Thank you for your question. Standlee Premium Western Forage recommends that you feed by weight and not volume. With that said a lactating doe will need approximately 1.5 times the amount of a maintaining goat. You can find the recommended feeding amount on our website at: https://standleeforage.com/nutrition/feeding-instructions Thank you
Answered by: Standlee® Product Expert
Date published: 2019-10-01

can i grow hay with this for my chickens?

Asked by: blake123
Thank you for your questions. The Alfalfa pellets generally do not contain seeds that sprout.
Answered by: Standlee® Product Expert
Date published: 2018-07-26

Can I ferment these alfalfa pellets for a supplement for goats and chickens?

Asked by: AM PM
Thank you for your question. Standlee Premium Western Forage would not recommend fermenting products as it can also create mold growth, which can be harmful to livestock.
Answered by: Standlee® Product Expert
Date published: 2018-09-27

should you always soak these pellets before feeding

Asked by: sam56
Thank you for your question. Standlee Premium Western Forage does recommend that the pellets be soaked for several reasons, but one important reason is that most people are not aware that their horse is prone to choke until it chokes.
Answered by: Standlee® Product Expert
Date published: 2019-02-20

Would this be good to put out for deer too?

Asked by: Tin017
Yes, it will attract deer and they will eat it.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2016-10-05
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