• Haylage is a very good source of fibre.
  • It is a replacement for hay.
  • Grasses grown and cut in the same way as for hay but left to dry for less time (approximately 30-40% moisture)
  • Natural fermentation preserves the grass as haylage (about 90% feed value of grass).
  • Haylage can be thought of as highly nutritional hay and without dust and spores.
  • Horse haylage, is not the same as silage (silage is a fermented, high moisture feed and usually not suitable for horses).