Hay products

Pentarch Farms takes pride in exporting hay products of the highest quality, specialising in oaten, wheaten, and barley hay.

Our commitment lies in supplying dairy and beef cattle with the essential fibre required for efficient digestion. By combining this high-fibre diet with other crucial nutrients, we contribute to the improvement of milk yield in dairy cattle and enhance the energy conversion process in beef cattle.

Our dedication to quality assurance is evident in the rigorous practices employed by our growers, ensuring that our hay products consistently meet the highest standards. This commitment is driven by our unwavering desire to exceed the expectations of our customers, providing them with hay that stands out in nutritional excellence.

At Pentarch Farms, we integrate our unwavering commitment to the highest quality production with the inherent excellence of Australian oaten, barley and wheaten hay to craft an unparalleled product, setting a standard that challenges our competitors to match.

The nutritional value of Australian oaten, wheaten, and barley hay is influenced by myriad factors such as crop variety, growth conditions, and harvesting techniques.

Recognising the pivotal role of these elements in determining overall hay quality, we meticulously attend to every detail and adhere to industry best practices, ensuring that our hay products consistently exceed our customers’ expectations.

Renowned for their rich digestible fibre content, our hay products from Pentarch Farms are crucial for the health and vitality of dairy and beef cattle alike. Emphasising both quality and nutritional superiority with our exceptional production procedures, Pentarch Farms continues to lead the market, delivering premium hay products tailored to the diverse needs of our customers.

Oaten Hay

  • Oaten hay is a popular forage option for livestock.
  • It is typically high in fibre, providing roughage that is important for the digestive health of animals.
  • Oaten hay can contain moderate levels of protein, which is important for the growth and maintenance of body tissues.
  • It also contains various vitamins and minerals, contributing to overall nutritional balance.

Wheaten Hay

  • Wheaten hay is made from the straw of wheat plants after the grain has been harvested.
  • Similar to oaten hay, wheaten hay is high in fibre, providing an essential component of the diet for many animals.
  • The protein content in wheaten hay may vary, and it’s generally considered a good source of roughage rather than a high-protein forage.

Barley Hay

  • Barley hay is made from the straw of barley plants, and like wheaten hay, it is often used as a source of roughage.
  • Barley hay can contain a moderate amount of fibre and some protein.
  • It may also provide certain vitamins and minerals necessary for animal health.

The nutritional value of hay can be influenced by factors such as maturity at harvest, soil conditions, and weather during the growing season.

Hay quality can be assessed based on factors like colour, leafiness, and absence of mould or contaminants.

It’s common for these hays to be used as a component of the diet for livestock, and their nutritional value is often complemented with other feed sources to meet the specific needs of the animals.

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