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Cubeit Timothy Alfalfa cubes

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Pinky
Reg. Nov 2019
Posted 2023-05-23 1:26 PM
Subject: Cubeit Timothy Alfalfa cubes


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I have fed Cubeit Alfalfa cubes and been very happy with them.  I saw on the Cubeit site that they also make timothy alfalfa cubes and was wondering if anyone had fed these and what their thoughts were.  The thouroughbreds in KY are fed timothy but it doesn't really grow in TX so I was thinking this mix might be just what Im looking for.  

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cindyt
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2023-05-24 7:29 AM
Subject: RE: Cubeit Timothy Alfalfa cubes



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IMHO Timothy Alfalfa mix is the perfect blend of cubes, hay or pasture.... We don't have it here in OK either but we had it up north... the pastures and hay were so good up there. I fed the Cubeit Timothy/alfalfa for years, but recently switched to straight alfalfa because the price just kept going up, and straight alfalfa is like 1.50 cheaper then the mix. It just got to be a cost thing but my horses LOVED it and they love the straight alfalfa. 

 

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Pinky
Reg. Nov 2019
Posted 2023-05-24 7:48 AM
Subject: RE: Cubeit Timothy Alfalfa cubes


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Thank you so much.  they also make alfalfa orchard mix so Im going to get prices on all three.  Im hoping my local feed store can get some in.  I appreciate the feedback:)

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cindyt
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2023-05-25 11:12 AM
Subject: RE: Cubeit Timothy Alfalfa cubes



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You bet! they are great cubes, they break apart easy but I still soak mine... they are my favorite of all the cubes I have tried 

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