Alfalfa hay is a premium product that is high in protein and mineral content, whilst also proving to be generally more palatable than other types of hay. Widely used as feed for dairy & beef cattle, horses, sheep and other animals -- alfalfa can render excellent quality feed packed full of nutrients and vitamins.
Typically active production and harvest of alfalfa hay will occur every 28-33 days during the late spring, summer, and early fall period in Kentucky. Elwoh Solutions will attempt to cut at the late bloom stage, which will present with the highest yield and quality combination; however, depending on your use case, you may require a higher quality that can be obtained by cutting at an earlier stage, but yielding less -- if this is the case, send a message requesting a custom production cutting with your target RFQ.
Elwoh Solutions works closely with the local University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension agent, agronomist, and forage specialists using their expertise and recommendations to refine the growing, management, and harvesting process to ensure the best possible quality and yield.