Professional riders have no problem identifying Premium Quality Horse Hay. That’s why at EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ACREAGES we work closely with the professional rider community. They recognize that EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ACREAGES produces quality hay to be leafy, fine-stemmed, and adequately but not overly dry. Since two-thirds of the plant nutrients are in the leaves, the leaf-to-stem ratio should be high. The hay is not to brittle but instead soft to the touch, with little or no shattering of the leaves. Lost leaves means lost nutrition. There is no excessive moisture that could cause overheating and spoilage.
Making premium horse hay involves a valuable balance of knowledge and skill. From a groom’s standpoint, there’s nothing like snipping the strings on a bale of EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ACREAGES hay mid-winter and finding soft, green, leafy hay inside. Horses thrive on such hay and REQUIRE LITTLE GRAIN SUPPLEMENTATION.
Keep the hay-making process in mind as you make your hay selection this fall and this winter.
Choose what professional riders are choosing — EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ACREAGES professional horse hay.
We do our Best so your horses can be the Best
Wellington, Florida (February 3, 2016) – The pristine 100-stall farm boasting two covered arenas, two outdoor all-weather arenas with GGT footing & grass field for flat work, International Dressage Academy (IDA Farm) owned by Harry Knopp is continuing its commitment to excellence for its clients by purchasing only MASTERS CIRCLE hay and supplements for their horses and plans to make the brand available to everyone in the Wellington area by delivering supplements and hay in small or large quantities.
Wellington, Florida (December 07, 2015) – Highly regarded dressage rider and trainer Mary Bahniuk Lauritsen has been selected as a Brand Ambassador to represent Masters Circle, a leader in equine nutrition.