Organic Meadow Herb Pellets

Forage Pellets & Cobs


Chopped forages compressed into pellets or larger cobs.

A compact and easy way of feeding forage in pellet or cob form.

They can also be soaked as a syringe feed or for animals with dental problems.



Alpine hay pellet flakes which are easier to eat than whole pellets for animals with dental problems.

Contain more than 60 different grasses and herbs species. High in fibre; rich in natural vitamins, trace elements and minerals; low protein, low starch, low sugar.

Crude Analysis – (Subject to seasonal fluctuation)Crude Protein 8.8%
Crude Fibre 27.7%
Crude Fat 1.8%
Ash 6.9%
Calcium 0.55%
Phosphorus 0.2%Magnesium 0.17%
Manganese 103 mg/kg
Copper 6.60 mg/kg
Selenium 0.03 mg/kg
Zinc 24 mg/kgGRASSES: Timothy, Meadow Foxtail, Italian Ryegras, Oat Grass, Creeping Softgrass, Orchard Grass, Crested Dogstail, Perennial Ryegrass, Bluegrass, Meadow Fescue, Tall Fescue, Quaking Grass.

WILDPLANTS: Cow Parsley, Red Clover, Lady’s Mantle, Plantain, Cow Parsnip, Vetch, Alsike Clover, Yarrow, Caraway, Lady’s Bedstraw

Crude Analysis – (Subject to seasonal fluctuation)Crude protein 9.2%
Crude fat 2.9%
Crude fiber 26.7%
Crude ash 7.4%
Calcium 0.9%
Phosphorus 0.41%Copper 4.8 mg/kg
Iron 640 mg/kg
Manganese 74 mg/kg
Zinc 28 mg/kg
Beta Carotene 51.2 mg/kg
Dry matter 92.0%Chunky low protein, low calcium grass cobs

Crude Analysis – subject to seasonal fluctuationProtein 5.3%

Fibre 29.7%

Fat 1.1%

Ash 3.6%

Starch 11.2%Calcium 0.3%

Phosphorus 0.22%

Magnesium 0.08%

Zinc 16.00 mg/kg

Manganese 14 mg/kg

Copper 4.1 mg/kg

Selenium <0.07 mg/kgLow protein, low calcium grass flakes

Crude Analysis – subject to seasonal fluctuationProtein 5.9%

Fibre 27.9%

Fat 1.7%

Ash 4.3%

Starch 6.3%Calcium 0.21%

Phosphorus 0.23%

Magnesium 0.08%Zinc 18.00 mg/kg

Manganese 29.8 mg/kg

Copper <5 mg/kg

Selenium <0.05 mg/kgProtein 16%

Fibre 25%

Calcium 0.72%

Phosphorous 0.3%

Magnesium 0.18%Vitamin E 32 iu/kg

Betacarotene (Vitamin A) 57 iu/kg88% Hay with equal quantities of oregano, thyme, sage, basil, rosemary, chervil & tarragonHigh Fibre, low protein meadow grasses and wild plants.

Crude Analysis

Protein 5.50 %
Fat 1.90 %
Fibre 25.20 %
Ash 3.60 %
Calcium 0.20 %
Phosphorous 0.19 %

This is a product subject to seasonal change.Ingredients: Alfalfa, wheat bran, herbs, flaxseed meal, oat bran, wheat germ, brewer’s yeast, beet pulp, pea protein, apple pomace, dried grass, Lime, sea salt, maize germ, cold pressed flax & sunflower oilCrude protein 18%

Crude fat 5.0%

Crude fiber 20.0%

Ash 12%

Calcium 1.2%

Phosphorus 0.6%

Magnesium 0.4%

Copper 25mg

Vitamin A 26 000 IU / kg

Vitamin D3 2700 IU / kg

Vitamin E 150 mg / kg

Vit C 800 mg / kgMeadow Hay Cobs contain over 60 different wild herbs and grasses. They are a good source of crude fiber, naturally rich in vitamins and trace elements.

Contains no additives. The cobs are dust and mould free. They make a good substitute for hay and can be soaked or crushed for animals with dental problems.

Ingredients: Grasses and herbs. Subject to seasonal fluctuationCrude Analysis:

Protein 9.6%

Fibre 26.2%

Fat 1.7%

Ash 7.6%

Fructans 4.98%

Starch < 0.2%Calcium 0.67%

Phosphorus 0.26%

Magnesium 0.22%

Zinc 30 mg/kg

Manganese 106 mg/kg

Copper 8.6 mg/kg

Selenium <0.04 mg/kgThe name “Sainfoin” comes from the French for Healthy Hay. An ancient forage legume which was grown extensively in the UK before the advent of commercial farming.

Sainfoin contains tannins which act as a natural wormer but also affect palatability. Sainfoin is more palatable when dried.

Crude fibre 26% and crude protein 15% approx.

A good source of calcium but as with other legume forages a high Ca:P ratio of 3.5:1 making a good supplementary forage combined with low calcium/high phosphorous vegetables or cereal forages with seed heads.