Chaffhaye Alfalfa 50lb
Chaffhaye is premium bagged, Non-GMO Alfalfa sold in 50-pound bags that captures the key characteristics of fresh pasture, while also offering a guaranteed level of nutrition. It is ideal for ensuring maximum health and well-being of all classes of horse, deer, goat, llama, chickens, camelid, and other exotic animals.
The Chaffhaye Advantage
Chaffhaye undergoes a natural fermentation that transforms the raw alfalfa into a super digestible forage, enriching it with yeast, enzymes and beneficial microflora that aid digestion as well as absorption of its nutrients by the animal. Chaffhaye Alfalfa is soft, easy to chew, and free of dust and mold.
Less intestinal fill means a better fitting saddle & a better performing athlete
Chaffhaye maintains proper gut pH and allows the animal to better extract energy and nutrition from forage
We guarantee Chaffhaye’s nutrition for 16 months from the date of manufacture.
As a naturally moist feed, Chaffhaye minimizes respiratory ailments in animals sensitive to dust or airborne mold spores.
The fermentation enriches Chaffhaye with yeast, enzymes and beneficial microflora that aid digestion.
No Barn Required
Chaffhaye is compressed inside a weather- proof bag that allows for storage inside or out.
We proudly grow all alfalfa on our Non-GMO verified farms.
Moist & palatable, animals normally eat 100% of Chaffhaye. No stems left behind.
Crude Fiber Max As Fed* 11% Dry Form* 23%
Crude Protein Min As Fed* 9% Dry Form* 20%
Lysine Min As Fed* 0.40% Dry Form* 0.80%
Methionine Min As Fed* 0.10% Dry Form* 0.20%
Crude Fat Min As Fed* 1.80% Dry Form* 4.00%
Neutral Detergent Fiber (NDF) Max As Fed* 15% Dry Form* 33%
Acid Detergent Fiber (ADF) Max As Fed* 15% Dry Form* 34%
Total Digestive Nutrients (TDN) Min As Fed* 29.30% Dry Form* 65%
Calcium (Ca) Min As Fed* 0.70% Dry Form* 1.60%
Phosphorus (P) Min As Fed* 0.10% Dry Form* 0.20%
Copper (Cu) Min As Fed* 3.6 ppm Dry Form* 8 ppm
Zinc (Zn) Min As Fed* 8.1 ppm Dry Form* 18 ppm
Magnesium (Mg)Min As Fed* 0.20% Dry Form* 0.50%
Potassium (K) Min As Fed* 1.10% Dry Form* 2.80%
Sodium (Na) Min As Fed* 0.09% Dry Form* 0.20%
Iron (Fe) Min As Fed* 68 ppm Dry Form* 150 ppm
Manganese (Mn) Min As Fed* 13 ppm Dry Form* 28 ppm
Selenium (Se) Min As Fed* .09 ppm Dry Form* .20 ppm
Selenium (Se) Max .As Fed* 18 ppm Dry Form* .40 ppm
Vitamin A Min As Fed* 180 iu/lb. Dry Form* 400 iu/lb.
Vitamin D3 Min As Fed* 675 iu/lb. Dry Form* 1500 iu/ib
Vitamin E Min As Fed* 45 iu/lb. Dry Form* 100 iu/lb.
Natural Plant Juices Max As Fed* 55% Dry Form* 0%
Sugars and Starches
Non-fiber Carbohydrates (NFC) Min As Fed* 13.50% Dry Form* 30%
Starch Min/Max As Fed* 1.2% to 1.5% Dry Form* 2.7% to 3.1%
Non-Structural Carbohydrates (NSC) Min/Max As Fed* 3.5% to 4.2% Dry Form* 5.6% to 9.0%
Water Soluble Carbohydrates Min/Max As Fed* 2.3% to 2.8% Dry Form* 5.1% to 6.2%
Ethanol Soluble Carbohydrates (ESC) Min/Max As Fed* 1.5% to 1.9% Dry Form* 3.3% to 4.2%
Lactic Acid Min As Fed* 3.33% Dry Form* 7.40%
VFA Score Min As Fed* N/A Dry Form* 9.1
*As Fed vs Dry Form
Because we make a packaged feed we are required to show an “as fed” and “dry matter” basis. The dry matter basis assumes all the moisture was removed. This is presented to help people make a comparison between various feeds, all which have some amount of moisture. The “as fed” takes the moisture into account. The moisture, of course, has no nutritional value, but in the case of Chaffhaye, it’s that moisture that increases the nutritional value by increasing the digestibility and absorption. Feed labels can be very misleading. A product could have a great feed label but if that nutritional value is not absorbed and ends up on the ground as manure, you really haven’t gotten what you paid for.