Dehydrated forage

Dehydrated forage is recommended for animals in the fattening and maintenance stages.

Dehydrated forage

Dehydrated forage is recommended for animals in the fattening and maintenance stages.

Characteristics

Our forage, obtained from the dehydration process, comes from mixed meadows composed mainly of spontaneous native grasses and clovers.

These types of forage are harvested prevalently with a first cut on flat ground and on permanent hillside meadows.

The type of dehydrated forage obtained has a significantly lower protein content than alfalfa.

Characteristics

Our forage, obtained from the dehydration process, comes from mixed meadows composed mainly of spontaneous native grasses and clovers.

These types of forage are harvested prevalently with a first cut on flat ground and on permanent hillside meadows.

The type of dehydrated forage obtained has a significantly lower protein content than alfalfa.

Formats

Mixed forages consisting of hay, alfalfa, ryegrass and oat hay.

Pellets

Data sheet

Small bales

Data sheet

The forage, chopped to an average 5-10 cm in length, is packed in high-density bales to obtain the highest possible weight per bale, optimising transport and storage.

The bales can be tied with twine or wire.

Despite their lower protein content, pellets made from this forage find a variety of uses, both in the compound-feed industry and in the direct feeding of animals.

Pellets can be supplied in different formats, starting from 6 mm in diameter.

The average weight of small forage bales, depending on their format, is between 30 kg and 60 kg.

Small bales are useful if they need to be moved manually.

They can be supplied in blocks of 18 pieces.

Formats

Mixed forages consisting of hay, alfalfa, ryegrass and oat hay.

The forage, chopped to an average 5-10 cm in length, is packed in high-density bales to obtain the highest possible weight per bale, optimising transport and storage.

The bales can be tied with twine or wire.

Pellets

Data sheet

Despite their lower protein content, pellets made from this forage find a variety of uses, both in the compound-feed industry and in the direct feeding of animals.

Pellets can be supplied in different formats, starting from 6 mm in diameter.

Small bales

Data sheet

The average weight of small forage bales, depending on their format, is between 30 kg and 60 kg.

Small bales are useful if they need to be moved manually.

They can be supplied in blocks of 18 pieces.

This product is recommended for

Technical specifications

Origin

Italy

Protein

Max 15%

Moisture

Max 10%

ADF

40% – 50%

Period of production

April / May

Packaging

Small bales (30-60 kg) tied with plastic strips
Large bales (600-700 kg) tied with twine or wire


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