Making Hay

Learn what goes into growing and harvesting quality hay so you can recognize and select it for your horses.

The difference between good hay and poor hay is often in the harvesting. Poor timing of harvest processes or bad harvesting conditions can render a good hay crop poor or unsafe for horses, as it might contain mold or dust. Hay must be baled at the proper stage of

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