Specifically selects 100% Super Premium (optimum value) alfalfa hay which is harvested at the first cutting
100% alfalfa at the first cutting alfalfa or mid-bud stage, which is considered the optimum point for the plant to reach its nutritional level. suitable for herbivores in growing age want to restore health or require high productivity By insisting that the protein level Good vitamins and minerals, palatable and highly digestible for animals. while giving tissue Lignin and cellulose foods increased to moderate levels. make the excretory system normal Alfalfa at this stage therefore has no seeds. to be found in the old age only which decreases the nutritional value of the plant due to water being used to produce seeds Alfalfa is a plant. Forage legumes that provide higher nutritional value than various grasses. It has high levels of fiber, calcium, vitamins and protein. therefore suitable for growing herbivore calves Mother is pregnant and raising a child. It is also used to restore energy and health in sick animals. It is commonly used in many herbivores such as rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, tortoises, prairie dogs, puppies, horses, cows and zoo animals. Best alfalfa harvest period Alfalfa is suitable for rabbits and small herbivores with a high metabolic level and need for good growth, pregnancy and child rearing, recovery from illness. or maintenance in old age Will be in the mid-bud stage that will provide the best nutritional value, so it is not recommended in other stages.
Will start using alfalfa to feed rabbits from 3 weeks of age to 6 months or when they are fully grown. After that it will change to Timothy grass. and considered as snacks suitable in adult rabbits as well Veterinarians recommend the use of alfalfa for rabbits at least 75% of the total feed or eat unlimitedly. It will help keep animals away from common gastrointestinal diseases such as malocclusion, obstructed hairballs. (Trichobezoar) ileus or slow bowel movement (Gastrointestinal Hypomotility) and enteritis due to imbalance of microorganisms (Dysbiosis)