Alfalfa Hay

In Pakistan, the ideal weather conditions make it highly suitable for cultivating Lucerne (Alfalfa Hay). In contrast to grass, hay surpasses as a matchless choice due to its elevated protein, mineral, and vitamin content. This fast-growing trend of alfalfa cultivation in Pakistan highlights its increasing popularity as an excellent source of energy for animals. Regardless of the farm animal type, including goats, cows, horses, sheep, and hens, alfalfa hay serves as a top-notch feed option, ensuring their overall well-being and optimal nutrition. With its remarkable benefits and thriving cultivation in Pakistan, alfalfa hay continues to play a pivotal role in supporting livestock health and contributing to the growth of the agricultural sector.

Alfalfa, scientifically known as Medicago sativa or Lucerne, has a long history as a valuable livestock feed, spanning hundreds of years. Its superior nutritional content, rich in vitamins, minerals, and protein, has made it highly esteemed compared to other feed sources. Widely grown worldwide as forage for cattle, alfalfa is predominantly harvested as hay, though it can be utilized as silage, grazed upon, or fed as green chop. Among common hay crops, alfalfa stands out with the highest feeding value, making it a preferred choice for livestock nutrition. While it is used less frequently as pasture, its true advantage lies in the combination of high yield per hectare and exceptional nutritional


Alfalfa Hay

At AgrigrowPK, we offer the finest quality Chickpea Straw, derived from an important grain legume known for its edible seeds. This plant exhibits rapid growth, reaching heights between 20 and 60 centimeters, and sometimes up to 1 meter. With a deep taproot exploring the soil down to 2 meters and lateral secondary roots exploring the upper layers (15-30 cm) of the soil, Chickpea straw holds great nutritional value.

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