Horse Haylage

What is Haylage?

A common question asked is what is the difference between hay and Haylage, the answer is essentially quite simple Hay is dried grass and haylage is "wilted" grass. Haylage is grass that is cut earlier in its growth cycle, it is then left to wilt, giving it a higher moisture content to hay. 

Why Choose Haylage?

If you have a young horse or a working horse haylage is ideal as it can offer greater energy and protein for growth. Where as hay is often recommended for horses at maintenance or those that do light work. Haylage is also dust free so a better choice for horses with respiratory complaints. 

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  • Baillie Haylage Meadow Grass Purple

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     Meadow Grass – Medium to low energy with improved palatability.

    Excl. VAT: £7.20 Incl. VAT: £7.20

  • Baillie High Fibre Haylage 20kg

    • A high fibre haylage in a handy 20kg bale
    • Provides medium to low energy with improved palatability
    • A 20kg bale will feed a 16hh horse for 2 days
    Excl. VAT: £7.20 Incl. VAT: £7.20

  • HorseHage High Fibre Blue

    High Fibre HorseHage is made from a selected mix of grasses that are high in fibre and lower in protein and energy levels. 

    Please note: Full pallets require 7 - 10 working days for delivery. Sufficient HGV access is also required.

    Excl. VAT: £8.75 Incl. VAT: £8.75

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