Timothy (phleum pratense) is a perennial grass grown throughout the Northern region of the United States and Canada. It is high in fiber, and when cut late, can be attributed to improved milk production in dairy cattle. The racehorse industry relies heavily on timothy as a source of feed. Many animal care experts recommend it due to its seeming ease on various animals’ digestive systems and its promotion of bowel regularity.
Finishing and Packaging Services:
Single-Compressed (50-60 kg) raw material from the field.
Double-Compressed bales processed from raw material.
- Full Bale (55-60 kg) Dimensions: 24”H x 20”W x 17"D
- Half-cut (25-30 kg) Dimensions: 12”H x 20”Wx 17"D
Sleeve 4-cut (430-460 kg) Dimensions:
- Mag Bale: 34”H x 47”W x 42”D
- Big Bale: 30”H x 45”W x 45”D
For use with Full Bale and Half-cut packaging.
Pacific Northwest (PNW): Typically harvested two times per year. Average yearly yields are around 7-8 tons/acre. 1st cutting begins in early June and continues through July. 2nd cutting begins mid to late August (dependent on weather conditions) and continues into September.