Alfalfa hay is a deep-rooted perennial forage crop which is obtained from the Alfalfa plant and also known as Lucerne and Medicago Sativa. It is an excellent source of good quality protein, fiber, and mineral and is more palatable than grass hays. Increasing demand for dairy and meat products coupled with the changing poultry farm practices is primarily driving the market growth.
- Vernal Alfalfa is used mostly for hay production, but can also be used for planting in food plots to attract wildlife.
- Alfalfa has many outstanding features and benefits such as good winter hardiness, very high yield potential, and very fast recovery.
- This legume is full of vitamins and minerals making it highly nutritious when added to pastures for cattle grazing.
- You can cut alfalfa three-four times a year when stand is 25% flowered, it has moderate re-growth after cutting.
- Our seeds are always Non-GMO and packaged for the current year.