LGT Farm is an Agriculture Commodities trading / manufacturing company offering wholesale hay, Fodder, Cereals, Strew, legumes and other crops. Today we export our products to more than 60 countries around the world.

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Wholesale Fodder in Bulk: Premium hay suppliers

Buy hay from us, we export and import only the freshest and most nutritious hay, haylage, forage, fodder products you can find online.
Wholesale of Hay Fodder, Haylage & Straw in Bulk

LGT Trading export & import our hay bales/cubes and hay pellets to countries like; Japan, China, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, United States, Netherlands, Taiwan, Switzerland, Australia & more.

 Timothy hay, Alfalfa hay (lucerne), Orchard, Teff, Sudangrass, Ryegrass, Fescue, Clover & Oats hay grass for sale in bulk are among the many types of hay for sale.  In order to give you the greatest price per kilogram, we sell them both in bulk and by the tonne. where to buy hay bales near me or How to buy hay? contact US.

Best Quality Silage, Haylage for sale

Fodder also called provender, is any agricultural foodstuff used specifically to feed domesticated livestock, such as cattle, rabbits, sheep, horses, chickens and pigs.

What is Hay grass & Uses“Fodder” refers particularly to food given to the animals (including plants cut and carried to them), rather than that which they forage for themselves. Fodder includes hay, straw, silage, compressed and pelleted feeds, oils and mixed rations, and sprouted grains and legumes. Most animal feed is from plants, but some manufacturers add ingredients to processed feeds that are of animal origin.

Silage is a type of fodder made from green foliage crops which have been preserved by fermentation to the point of acidification. It can be fed to cattle, sheep and other cud-chewing animals.

The fermentation and storage process is called ensilage, ensiling or silaging. Silage is usually made from grass crops, including maize(corn), sorghum or other cereals, using the entire green plant (not just the grain). Silage can be made from many field crops, and special terms may be used depending on type: oatlage for oats, haylage for alfalfa

What is Hay & Uses

Hay is grass, legumes, or other herbaceous plants that have been cut and dried to be stored for use as animal fodder, either for large grazing animals raised as livestock, such as cattle, horses, goats, and sheep, or for smaller domesticated animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs.

Hay can be used as animal fodder when or where there is not enough pasture or rangeland on which to graze an animal, when grazing is not feasible due to weather (such as during the winter), or when lush pasture by itself would be too rich for the health of the animal. It is also fed when an animal is unable to access pasture


How To Spot A Good Quality Hay

How To Spot A Good Quality Hay

Many livestock species use forages as their primary source of nutrition. Therefore, it is important to know how to spot a good quality hay forage available. By paying close attention to the quality of forages, you ensure healthy animals and minimize the costs of purchasing concentrate feeds.Forage quality refers to a... Read More

Hay Production Lower and Price Rises In 2022

Hay Production Lower and Price Rises In 2022

Total U.S. hay production decreased by 6.8% year over year. Drought in the southern plains pressured grass hay production down by as much as 40%. Alfalfa production in the Southern Plains, a small portion of total hay production, decreased by 22%. The Great Lakes, Northern Plains, and Northwest regions are the... Read More

Hay and Haylage - which is Best?

Hay and Haylage – which is Best?

By cutting green fodder for hay or allowing natural fermentation into haylage, livestock can enjoy the benefits of being grass-fed over the winter.Good hay and haylage depends on many factors. These include appropriate fertiliser applications, growth stage when cut and how the crop is wilted and stored. But the most... Read More

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