BEST CULTIVATION ALFALFA HAY
ABOUT ALFALFA HAY
We are one of the largest exporters of alfalfa hay in Pakistan.
It contains about 16 percent proteins and 8 percent mineral consistency. Dehydrated alfalfa is full of vitamins A, E, D, and K. It helps in the stimulation of digestion and increases the low-quality forage intake. As a result, it improves the total digested nutrients that the farm animals receive. Research conducted in the early 1990s by various experts demonstrated that good quality alfalfa hay was as adequate compared to traditional protein cakes based on soybean meal and milo grain.
Here at Saremco International, we produce our alfalfa Hay all naturally. This feed is one of the best sources of fiber, protein, and digestible energy for Farm animals and other livestock. We have been a supplier of alfalfa hay for worldwide clients and export markets since 2004. We can take advantage of our years of experience producing grass naturally. Every part of the process is detailed, from selecting the right seeds and optimal planting times to harvesting the bales of alfalfa. This know-how, along with the chosen location of our fields, makes us better than others. The quality of the land and the farm location’s beneficial climate conditions produce the highest quality alfalfa available.
- No chemical based Processing
- Natural Pesticides
- River water grown
By producing our own alfalfa hay, we are able to export & supply high-quality natural hay at a competitive price. Once the alfalfa is cut, it is then naturally dried in the field by sun heat. According to the traditional method of producing and preserving hay, our team came a long way. We believe in producing everything up to international standards.
Our method uses no chemical-based processing. It is environment friendly and helps maintain the alfalfa’s structural integrity, color, and nutritional properties. Our alfalfa prepared this way is high in protein and fiber, with an extra-long staple. It is beneficial to your farm animals’ digestive process and overall health.
The plant, which grows 1–3 feet (30–90 cm) tall, grows from a much-branched crown. That is partially dugout in the surface layer of soil. As soon as the plant develops, numerous stems are bearing trifoliolate leaves compound leaves with three leaflets arising from the crown’s buds. Small flowers emerge from the upper axillary buds of the branches of the hay.
In hot regions with moderate heat, pollinating insects, and dry weather, these flowers can abundantly produce corkscrew legumes containing two or more seeds. Like many other members, alfalfa plants have symbiotic rhizobia in their root nodules to fix the nitrogen from the air into the soil. This process makes the perspective accessible to other plants. When grown as a cover crop or as part of a crop, alfalfa Hay bales improves the soil nutrients and decreases the need for synthetic fertilizers.
We use modern processing methods to preserve dehydrate alfalfa hay. All the steps of processing are regularly monitored. Our processing methods include different small details.
The weather in which we start processing is dry; there is no rain and dew in this weather. We keep in view the maturity of the crop; Crop is neither of the start nor the end of the harvesting season.
Alfalfa bales are harvested at the start of the blooming stage; This means 10% blossoming in the crop. Harvest of the fodder arranges it in rows. We know that nutrients are more in the leaves than in the stems, so they are treated carefully. As we know, leaves dry more quickly than the branches during the drying process.
According to the latest methods, shedding of the leaves occurs when they are put on to dry in a scorching season. It will not cause any loss of the nutritious value of the fodder. We do not leave the harvested alfalfa crops in the sun for a long time. If there is moisture in the harvested field, then spread it on clean and dry land.
Hay dries in 2-3 days during the summer season and in 5-6 days in winter. The drying process is done carefully, and without delay, the possibility of the loss is minimum. The moisture in the hay is kept between 10-12 percent.
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