Cherokee Feed & Seed offers Perennial Peanut Hay Bales. Perennial peanut hay is, a forage grass hay made out of the Arachis glabrata plant (also known as rhizoma peanut) and has roughly the same nutritional qualities as alfalfa. This is often called the alfalfa of the South because its protein and mineral content are very similar to alfalfa. Perennial Peanut fills a unique niche in this region because there is no other perennial warm-season legume that rivals its forage quality, persistence, and the broad spectrum of uses. Presently, it is commercially produced primarily in north Florida and south Georgia. Most of this production is for hay–in particular, for horses and goats.
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