|Description||50#. White millet 50 is a 50-pound bag of high-quality white millet seeds, commonly used as a nutritious and energy-rich food source for birds. These small, versatile seeds are a favorite among a wide variety of bird species, providing them with essential nutrients, calories, and a tasty treat to support their overall health and vitality.||50#. Chopped corn is a highly nutritious and energy-dense feed option for livestock, made by chopping the entire corn plant into small pieces. It provides a balanced blend of carbohydrates, proteins, and fiber, promoting optimal growth, digestion, and overall health in animals.||Chaffhaye is premium, Non-GMO bagged alfalfa with yeast, beneficial enzymes and live microorganisms. It captures characteristics of fresh pasture while offering guaranteed nutrition. Chaffhaye is ideal for ensuring maximum health and well-being of horses and other equines, cattle, deer, goats, llamas, camelids, and other exotic animals. It can also be fed to poultry.||A mixture of hardy, cool season grasses, that are drought tolerant and adapt well to the Northern Great Intermountain regions.||50#. Soybean hulls are derived from the processing of soybeans to extract oil and meal, and they possess urease activity, which can pose challenges when included in rations with urea. However, this activity can be eliminated through heat treatment. Once heat-treated, these soybean hulls are known as soybean mill run.|
|Content||White millet is a small, round seed harvested from the millet plant, also known as Panicum miliaceum. It is commonly used as a primary ingredient in birdseed mixes due to its palatability and popularity among many bird species. White millet seeds are typically sold in bulk bags, with a 50-pound bag being a common size.
- Nutritional Value: White millet is a nutrient-rich seed that provides birds with essential vitamins, minerals, and energy. It is particularly high in carbohydrates, which serve as a valuable source of calories for birds, especially during colder months or periods of increased activity.
- Versatility: White millet is a highly versatile bird feed option. Its small size makes it accessible to a wide range of bird species, including sparrows, finches, doves, juncos, and more. It can be offered in various types of feeders, such as tube feeders, hopper feeders, or scattered directly on the ground, allowing for different feeding preferences and attracting a diverse array of bird visitors.
- Easy to Consume: The small size of white millet seeds makes them easy for birds to handle and consume. Even smaller bird species or those with less powerful beaks can easily crack and enjoy these seeds, ensuring that a broader range of birds can benefit from their nutritional value.
- Attracts Birds: White millet is highly attractive to a variety of bird species, making it an excellent choice for bird enthusiasts. By offering white millet as part of your bird feeding routine, you can attract a diverse array of colorful and lively birds to your yard or feeding area, enhancing your bird-watching experience.
- Supplement to Natural Diet: While birds primarily rely on a natural diet of insects, seeds, fruits, and nectar, white millet serves as a supplemental food source. It can provide birds with additional nutrients and calories, especially in urban or suburban areas where natural food sources may be limited.
- Entertainment and Stimulation: White millet seeds offer birds not only a nutritious meal but also an engaging feeding experience. Birds may enjoy pecking at the seeds, picking them out from feeders or the ground, and engaging in social interactions with other birds while foraging for millet. This stimulation can help alleviate boredom and promote natural bird behaviors.
|Chopped corn, also known as corn silage or chopped corn forage, is a valuable feed option for livestock. It is made by harvesting and chopping the entire corn plant, including the stalks, leaves, and ears, into small pieces. Here's a description highlighting the benefits of chopped corn for livestock:
- Nutrient-Rich Feed: Chopped corn contains a balanced blend of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and fiber, providing a comprehensive source of nutrition for livestock. The combination of different plant parts offers a diverse array of nutrients that support optimal growth, development, and overall health in animals.
- Energy-Dense Feed: Corn is known for its high energy content, making chopped corn an excellent source of readily available energy for livestock. The carbohydrates present in corn are easily digested and converted into energy, which is particularly beneficial for animals with high energy requirements, such as dairy cows, beef cattle, and horses engaged in intense physical activity.
- Palatability and Feed Intake: Chopped corn has a naturally sweet and palatable taste, making it highly appetizing to livestock. The pleasant flavor encourages animals to consume their feed eagerly, ensuring they meet their nutritional needs. This can be especially advantageous for picky eaters or animals transitioning to a new diet.
- Fiber Content: The inclusion of stalks and leaves in chopped corn provides a significant amount of dietary fiber. Fiber promotes healthy digestion in livestock, supporting proper gut motility and preventing digestive disorders. It also aids in maintaining optimal rumen function in ruminant animals, contributing to efficient nutrient utilization.
- Versatility: Chopped corn can be used as a primary feed, partial feed, or supplemental feed, depending on the specific nutritional requirements and feeding strategies for livestock. It can be incorporated into total mixed rations, silage, or fed alone, offering flexibility in meeting the dietary needs of different animal species, stages of growth, and production purposes.
- Conservation and Sustainability: Chopped corn, when properly stored and fermented, can be preserved as silage, extending its shelf life and maintaining nutritional quality. This contributes to efficient use of feed resources and reduces waste. Additionally, utilizing the entire corn plant for feed promotes sustainable farming practices by minimizing waste and maximizing resource utilization.
|Chaffhaye is premium, Non-GMO bagged alfalfa with yeast, beneficial enzymes and live microorganisms. It captures characteristics of fresh pasture while offering guaranteed nutrition. Chaffhaye is ideal for ensuring maximum health and well-being of horses and other equines, cattle, deer, goats, llamas, camelids, and other exotic animals. It can also be fed to poultry.
Chaffhaye uses no genetically modified organisms, just the highest quality alfalfa harvested at optimal plant maturity to maximize nutrients. It is grown on Non-GMO Project Verified fields and is closely monitored for consistent nutrition.
Chaffhaye is a supreme source of fiber, protein, and nutrients for horses and other animals. It is a natural source of yeast, beneficial enzymes and live microorganisms that support healthy digestion and absorption of nutrients. Chaffhaye helps establish healthy microflora in the gut of weaning animals and reduces digestive ailments, including colic and impaction. Being easily masticated and digested, Chaffhaye is the perfect solution for senior horses. Chaffhaye retains natural plant moisture and is 100% dust free. This makes it ideal for horses with coughing and respiratory ailments.||A mixture of hardy, cool season grasses, that are drought tolerant and adapt well to the Northern Great Intermountain regions. It provides a good, palatable spring forage and fair regrowth in the fall. This mix may produce a hay crop depending upon available moisture. Widely adapted to many soil types and elevations of 3,000 to 10,000 feet. Ideal for areas not receiving regular irrigation. Grows 30-48 inches at full potential. Great forage and hay producer.
- New Seeding Broadcast: 20-25 lbs/acre Drilled: 15-20 lbs/acre
- Overseeding Broadcast: 10-15 lbs/acre Drilled: 5-10 lbs/acre
- 20% Tetraploid Perennial Rye (Lolium Perenne)
Bunchgrass with germination in 5-10 days. One of the most widely used grasses and is adaptable to a wide variety of soils and climate conditions. It is leafy and fine stemmed.
- 20% Smooth Brome, Lincoln (Bromus inermis)
Sod Forming grass with germination in 10-14 days Smooth brome is resistant to drought and extremes in temperature. Lincoln smooth brome is the most widely used of the cultivated brome grasses.
- 15% Paiute Orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata)
Bunchgrass with germination in 14-21 days. One of the earliest species to exhibit growth in the spring, making tremendous forage potential during cool conditions. Performs well on different textured soils. Is a great forage and hay producer.
- 15% Hycrest Crested Wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum)
Bunchgrass with germination in 14-21 days. A hybrid cross between Standard and Desert wheatgrass, resulting in a plant with excellent seedling vigor that establishes quickly. It is taller and has higher forage yield potential than its parents.
- 15% Pubescent Wheatgrass (Agropyron trichophorum)
Cool season, sod-forming with germination in 21-28 days. Stays green into the summer months when soil moisture is adequate.
- 15% Dahurian Wildrye (Elymus dahuricus)
Bunchgrass with germination in 7 – 21 days. Deep rooted allowing good drought tolerance. Regrows aggressively after cutting and grazing, providing excellent palatable forage.
|Soybean hulls are derived from the processing of soybeans to extract oil and meal, and they possess urease activity, which can pose challenges when included in rations with urea. However, this activity can be eliminated through heat treatment. Once heat-treated, these soybean hulls are known as soybean mill run.
Soybean mill run is a palatable feed option for both cows and calves, offering a substantial amount of easily digestible fiber. Its total digestible nutrient (TDN) value surpasses that of beet pulp and oats, reaching 93 percent of the TDN value found in barley and 88 percent of the TDN value in corn.|