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Timothy Pellets


Timothy pellets are produced from Canadian timothy hay grown in Alberta, Canada. The timothy hay is cut and sun dried in field.

Analysis & Ingredients
Feeding Instructions

Timothy Pellets Advantages

Guaranteed Analysis

Moisture: 10% maximum

Protein: 7% minimum

Fiber: 35% maximum

Crude Fat: 1.3% minimum


Premium Timothy with alfalfa as a natural binder.

Feeding Amounts & Instructions

Timothy hay pellets are intended to be used as a daily supplement along with your livestock’s regular feed ration. Made from baled timothy hay, these pellets are beneficial to livestock that require less alfalfa in their diets. The maximum amount of Timothy pellets depends on the individual animal, desired body condition, level of activity, and developmental stage. Supply fresh, clean water at all times. For more detailed feeding information, please contact your Poulin Grain representative.


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