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Understanding Hay Quality

Understanding Hay Quality

 As the source of 50 to 90 percent of a normal, healthy horse's nutritional needs, hay warrants careful consideration. Yet, there is a lot of confusion over what, exactly, defines "good" hay quality. Nutrient content and cleanliness are distinct traits often presumptively and wrongly lumped together. 


"People need to be more vigilant about hay because it makes up thelion share of their horse's diet," explains Meriel Moore-Colyer, PhD. As an equine science professor at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, England, the feeding, assessing and treatment of hay is an ongoing cornerstone of her work in and study of equine nutrition.

Disappointing performance may indicate early respiratory distress

The connection between peak respiratory health and peak performance in our horses seems like a no-brainer. But you might be surprised to learn how subtle the symptoms of performance-affecting respiratory distress can be. For example, do you know the first sign of lower airway disease in our horses?

Steamed Hay Helps Horse Owners say "Whoa!" to Allergies

Steamed Hay Helps Horse Owners say "Whoa!" to Allergies

Haygain High Temperature Steaming reduces up to 99% of the respirable particles in hay and that includes many particles that trigger allergic reactions in our horses. That's why it's a great step in reducing allergies.

But don't take our word for it!

Take it from these equestrian professionals and regular horse owners who've seen first-hand how feeding clean steamed hay has helped their allergy-prone horses.