Hay Extender offers horse owners a consistent, forage
alternative to home-grown or purchased forages.
FORAGE FIRST Hay Extender
high-quality, pelleted forage supplement. It can be used as a partial or complete hay replacer in
rations for all classes of horses. It
provides 11% protein, 2.5% fat and 30% fiber.
FORAGE FIRST Hay Extender Advantages:
Reduce feed waste - Very little
waste occurs with pellets as compared to the 20% or more wastage
with long-stemmed hays.
Consistent and maximum nutrient
quality - Pellets are manufactured under rigid quality control
standards and must meet product nutrient guarantees.
Recommended for all horses
Flexible to extend, supplement, or replace forages.
Avoid dust and mold spores
Minimize exposure to harmful dust and mold spores compared to
Less storage space - Pelleted
forages require less storage space compared to baled hay.
Convenient and easy to handle
Reduced labor, storage, and facility management costs.
Crude Protein, min.
Crude Fat, min...................... 2.5%
Crude Fiber, max................. 30.0%
Calcium (Ca), min................. 0.5%
Calcium (Ca). max. ...............1.0%
Phosphorus (P), min.............. 0.25%
Salt (NaCl), min.................... 0.25%
Salt (NaCl), max.................... 0.75%
Soybean Hulls, Wheat
Middlings, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Corn Germ Meal, Vegetable
Oil Refinery Lipid, Lignin Sulfonate, Calcium Carbonate, Salt,
Brewers Dried Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
Guaranteed Analysis & Ingredients Vary by Region
Use Forage First Hay Extender as a partial forage (hay)
replacement for all classes of horses. The equine digestive
system needs at least 0.5 lb per 100 lb of body weight daily of
good-quality, chewable, long-stem forage to encourage gut
digestive activity. This means a 1000 lb horse needs at least 5
lb of hay or a long-stem forage source per day for healthy gut
function. If more hay is fed, reduce the amount of the Forage
First Hay Extender by 1 lb for each 2 lb of hay fed. Forage
First Hay Extender can also be used as an ingredient in
concentrate mixes. Equine maintenance requirements are between
1.5 to 2.0% of body weight in dry matter forage daily. This
amount increases with activity level, gestation, lactation, and
cold weather. The feeding rate for Forage First Hay Extender may
vary with age, size, health status, climate, forage quality and
availability, and activity levels. This product does not provide
adequate minerals or vitamins and should be fed with a
concentrate mix or a high?quality vitamin-mineral product, such
as GROSTRONG Minerals. Water should be fresh, palatable and
available at all times.
Call the free Nutrition Help Line at 1-800-680-8254 for feeding
suggestions or if you have questions.