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Ceads Gda

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Agaoglu Maslak 1453, T4b-Blok No:27, Maslak 34485,,Istanbul,Sariyer,Turkey

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Sell alfalfa hay, Timothy hay

Turkey

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10 Metric Ton

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15 to 30 days

100000 Metric Ton per Week

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Alfalfa originated in the vicinity of what is now Turkey and Iran, and undoubtedly was consumed by grazing animals long before there was any recorded history. It probably was domesticated in this area, and some historians believe this may have occurred concurrently with domestication of the horse.  It is thought to be the first plant grown strictly for forage.
 
The earliest clear reference to alfalfa was in Turkish writings dating from 1300 B.C. However, at least one historian believes it is probably that alfalfa was cultivated 8,000 to 9,000 years ago (6,000 to 7,000 B.C.). Regardless, it is clear that alfalfa was recognized as a valuable crop by early man. 
 
The above information is based on the study by Don Ball, Extension Agronomist Auburn University, and presented at the 2000 Kentucky Alfalfa Conference.
 
Today, CEADS is harvesting the alfalfa in Turkey grown only on the land exactly where this plant originated from and based on tons of samples collected from different parts of the country, the yield in this part of the country is proven by lab results to be the highest quality of all.

In many parts of the world alfalfa is commonly used to provide nutrition for various other animals including goats, oxen, and water buffalo. Alfalfa hay is widely fed to horses, mules, and donkeys. The crop is fed to camels in the Middle East, to llamas in South America, and to ostriches in South Africa. Alfalfa hay is also preferred feed for zoo animals in the United States and elsewhere.
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