Most horses can eat dry alfalfa cubes straight from the bag. Horses that have a history of choke, young horses and older horses who may have trouble chewing the hard cubes should only be fed soaked alfalfa cubes. More » Pets & Animals Mammals Barnyard Mammals

A number of animal species eat alfalfa hay, including different species of rabbits, cattle and horses. Alfalfa is also combined with grass, clover and other pasture when feeding swine. More » Pets & Animals Pets Pet Rabbits

According to Oregon State University Extension Service, an acre may yield between 65 to 165 small bales of hay per cutting, with up to three cuttings per year. The yield depends on location, fertilization, plant species,... More » Business & Finance Industries Agriculture
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