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    Haylage is hay with a higher moisture level, it hasn't been dried out.

    It is often fed to horses that have a problem with the dust that dried hay kicks up.

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    Aaaahh ok!

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    The horse before last had problems with hay, and since then I just fed them haylage, they both seemed to prefer it.

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    Well it sounds nicer than dry hay. If I were a horse I think I'd prefer haylage
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    It smells GOOOD.

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    yeah, smells almost alcoholic, but twice the price of hay..

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    Yep xD hence the fact my horse has hay.
    It's fermented, alcohol is too, that might explain the smell :P

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    Haylage also has a higher enery content, so is sometimes fed to lazier cobby types to get their energy levels up, also fed to older horses for the same reason. And I aggree, it does smell reeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaallllllllly good!!
    sports mix smells lovely too... I could just put some milk on it and eat it myself.... same with a bran mash.... :P

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    Yeah I loooove the smell of haylage!

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    xD I love the smell of molasses. mmmmm

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