Quality Alfalfa Kentucky Nationwide hay
Quality Alfalfa Kentucky National hay
Premium Kentucky Grown Packaged Forages
When feed quality matters most, look to our high-quality packaged alfalfa and other forage products to keep your animals at their peak
Situated in far Western Kentucky, our farming operations are located in the heartland of agriculture.
Producing high-quality forages requires dedication to intensive fertility plans, but also focus on sustainable agriculture practices.
Harvested to Perfection
Engaging the latest in forage technology from John Deere to ensure timely harvest and preserve quality & nutrients.
It's not just about making hay, it's about giving your crop the attention it deserves to responsibly produce nutrient-rich forage.
quality meets efficiency
Meet the FeedPack™
FeedPack™ Boxes NEW
Experience the efficiency of neatly packaged forage products for small-animal feeding.
Averaging over 20% crude protein, our alfalfa hay can sustain performance animals.
Gain quality from improved characteristics, such as low and reduced lignin content.
WEED & INSECT FREE
Our intensive management plan promotes a forage that is free of weeds and harmful insects.
Average forage quality results from harvests in 2019, reported by Analab in Fulton, IL
Bulk Hay Bales
For larger operations where you need to feed many animals, such as performance horses or dairy cattle, traditional 60 lb. small-square bales are available for bulk purchasing.
Ideal for horses, cattle, goats, and sheep.
From the Elwoh Blog
It is no secret that there are many different preservatives and additives marketed for use in dry hay and some with crossover benefits when applied to haylage/baleage; there are also various modes of action for these different additives. We aim to settle on one specific preservative to use on our alfalfa which will be packaged as dry hay and primarily marketed to the equine industry.
Sometimes the stars align, and other times, perhaps even more often, they do not. Preparing the first fields and completing a fall seeding of alfalfa proved challenging with both time and the weather choosing not to cooperate.
For our area in Kentucky, the ideal seeding time for fall season planted alfalfa is around September 1st – 15th, giving a suitable buffer with an optimal chance of having warm temperatures for germination, emergence, and ultimately crown development.
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If you would like to learn more about our products, purchase direct, inquire about leasing your farmland, or become a dealer don’t hesitate to reach out — we’d love to hear from you.
Located on Gage Road in La Center, KY, USA
+1 (270) 908-4118
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