We are honoured to supply some of the country’s top horses and therefore every batch of haylage is analysed. Analysis will vary as the crops are harvested during changeable conditions ie moisture levels, temperature, humidity etc. However, as we sow our own grass leys we can expect a uniformed crop. This enables us to expect similar results as per available analyses. For this reason, we do not display our analysis charts here, but we can offer specific analysis on request.
Yes they can. The bales have multiple layers of wrap enabling them to be stored in the bright sunshine and pouring rain.
If it appears powdery and brushes off the bale easily it is yeast produced from the fermentation period. It is harmless. Brush it off and continue feeding the haylage to your horse. If it appears damp and sticky it is mould. Please do NOT feed the haylage to your horse. We will replace the bale for you.
Yes we can add a layer of wrap to order for an extra small charge. Let us know that you would like us to do that when you place your order.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are a friendly, knowledgeable team who are always really happy to offer advice and suggestions.
We do like to support our stockists and encourage customers to go to their local stockist but if you don’t have one nearby or would like to place a large order we are very happy to deliver directly.
We currently deliver to the South West, South East, South Wales, North Wales and West Midlands.
We don’t open the bales once they are wrapped straight from baling so we can’t see what is going on inside. It is a live product and mould can occasionally occur. We guarantee every bale so if there is anything not right with the bale contact us and we can organise a replacement bale for you.
Once air gets into the bale it will need to be used within 3-4 days before it goes off.
Need extra information or would like to leave us feedback? Then please don’t hesitate to contact us by phone, email or via the contact form. We are always very happy to help.