Nourish your stallion with superior-quality nutrition by feeding him Standlee Certified Alfalfa Grab and Go Compressed Bale Horse Feed. The naturally sun-cured alfalfa is moderately high in protein, low in sugar, high in calories and digestible fiber to support the health of your equine friend. This feed is formulated by allowing Standlee’s Premium Western Forage to grow to a length that mimics natural grazing for your pal—the plants are then cut and air-dried under the sun. Finally, the forage is bailed at the optimal time to ensure the freshest and best quality feed for your friend!
Sun-cured alfalfa is moderately high in protein, high in calories and digestible fiber and low in sugar and carbohydrates.
Suitable for growing horses, horses sensitive to carbohydrates, horses with gastric ulcers and mares late in pregnancy.
Natural forage is grown to a specific length that is intended to mimic grazing.
Noxious weed free, certified by the State of Idaho Department of Agriculture.
All Standlee products are proudly made in the USA.
Naturally Sun-Cured Premium Western Alfalfa Forage.
Weigh the amount of forage provided to each horse to ensure you are feeding the proper amount. This is especially important with baled and compressed forage since similar volumes of forage (a flake for example) vary in weight.
Cut the bands on compressed bales 8 to 10 hours before feeding to allow the bale to expand to avoid overfeeding.
Never feed moldy or insect infested forage to horses.
Always provide free-access to fresh, clean water.
Gradually replace existing hay with Standlee Forage over a 7-10 day period. Replace existing hay on a 1 to 1 basis with Standlee Forage.
Very consistent quality. Horses love it. My COPD mare was able to be worked after we switched her over to this. I was paying premium price for NM alfalfa that my hay snob horses were using as bedding. Very easy to store and use. Love the home delivery. No mess transporting it to the barn in the car.
Wow ... Fantastic!
on Feb 10, 2019
Talk about great hay, convenience, and delivered to you door with no delivery fee! It can be a bit dusty, depending on when the hay was cut and due to the crushing of the hay through transport ... but Nothing compared to the dust (dirt) i was getting on my full Alfalfa bales delivered to my home, with delivery fee!! I couldn't be More pleased as I've got 3 older horses and go through the Alfalfa bales, cubes, and pellets weekly. Convenience, time, quality, and cost savings ... what more could you want :)
Who has hay? I have hay!
on Jan 6, 2019
The other reviews are right, it is dusty hay, but it is alfalfa delivered to your door and the biggy? It's not molded. I have recently started adding a half flake of timothy to the feeding. It's not good for a horse to just eat straight alfalfa, so the timothy will help with your horse's renal system. For years I bought local hay and it was molded, delayed deliveries and worry if the seller would have enough to get me through the winter months. I don't worry about that anymore, I place an order and within 2 working days it is at my house. My horses eat all of it, too. Well, not the fine dust, but I keep fresh water available at all times and they can decide what they want. I was buying hay locallyThe other reviews are right, it is dusty hay, but it is alfalfa delivered to your door and the biggy? It's not molded. I have recently started adding a half flake of timothy to the feeding. It's not good for a horse to just eat straight alfalfa, so the timothy will help with your horse's renal system. For years I bought local hay and it was molded, delayed deliveries and worry if the seller would have enough to get me through the winter months. I don't worry about that anymore, I place an order and within 2 working days it is at my house. My horses eat all of it, too. Well, not the fine dust, but I keep fresh water available at all times and they can decide what they want. I was buying hay locally and the quality was so bad my horses ribs were showing. Most of that hay was stamped down in the stall. They didn't even eat it. A big waste of money. But after buying from chewy, my stallion meets me at the door for his hay, walking away from nutrena safechoice sweet feed. If that isn't testimony enough, I don't know what you want.… more
Superior Quality Hay delivered to your door
on Feb 2, 2019
Chewy.com has been a lifesaver for me. With the local hay supply being low, I was able to get it delivered straight to my door within days. The Standlee hay is excellent quality.
on Nov 15, 2018
I bought this Compressed Alfalfa bale a few days ago. We have had a hard time finding quality hay in our local feed stores due to having such a rainy year. As always Chewy delivered lightning fast. When we opened the bag I was so impressed! The hay is absolutely gorgeous! Electric green in color, the perfect amount of moisture, and beautiful cut! Amazing quality!
I wish Chewy carried the straight Orchard and the Alfalfa/Grass mix by Standlee too.
LOVES THIS HAY
on Oct 31, 2018
He has been eating the compressed hay for about 4 months as the cost is much less in California, especially for the Timothy. I always picked it up at the feed store which is actually cheaper; however, he has moved to the east coast with me for a year so I started ordering it as he doesn't like the hay that's here. He is very happy to have his alfalfa back.
on Nov 13, 2018
This is a GREAT way to get hay when you don't need dozens of bales. They are not bluffing when they say it is compressed, it's packed in there! Making it heavy, so its nice for me to not have to haul it home from the store. It's really nice quality hay too!
on Oct 27, 2018
Absolutely love this hay! It flakes off really nice and is so fresh! I would suggest this to anyone
Would not recommend
on Aug 24, 2018
Chopped too much, too much filler. Just falls apart. Not sure if it's out of season.
on May 9, 2018
It’s very green and horses do love it. There is a lot of stem, but it’s soft enough that it will get eaten. It is very dusty, though. Be prepared to water it or really shake it out. This is pricey hay, though, no doubt to cover the shipping because these bales are quite heavy.