Timothy Hay is an exceptional roughage and fiber source. It is a late-maturing bunchgrass with a relatively low protein and high fiber content. The long stem and consistent quality allows good consumption and provides good conditioning for dairy cows. For many years, Timothy hay has been well known and widely used in the race horse industry as well. The product was discovered by race horse owners as their premium feed for award winning Kentucky Derby horses.
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