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 Rodeo Queen Krystle Schimdt


"I Loved working with Laurie McNally and the staff of the Phelan Rodeo during my campaign. Laurie is so knowledgeable about many aspects of horses and competition, I loved serving as their Rodeo Queen"


Krystle Schmidt - Phelan, California Rodeo Queen




Suzann Grogan



"I have converted all three of my horses and one pony, over to Chaffhaye Alfalfa. My husband and I have busy schedules, and our horses are "family". Chaffhaye has answered many of our feeding and cleaning issues in our barn. Chaffhaye is clean, and always consistent in quality; the barn is easier to muck out and the horses are thriving. We feed Chaffhaye with confidence everyday. Our horse-'kids' are satisfied, feel good, and best of all, not at risk for colic."

Suzann Grogan - Phelan/Oak Hills, California


Diana Watkins

Dr. Watkins is owner of a variety of pleasure horses and the Flying Pigs Ranch. She converted her feeding program over to Chaffhaye for many of the same reasons other horse owners are frustrated. She found the “hay replacer” at Gateway Ace Hardware in Inyokern and did her homework and research considering using this hay for her animals.

“The quality of dry baled hay has been up and down inconsistent, at constantly higher prices. Some loads I received were not fit to feed, with dust, dirt, weeds, and debris mixed in the hay bale. I now use Chaffhaye as the replacement for dry baled products on my ranch.

I have a 30 yr old mare that is prone to colic, and since feeding her Chaffhaye; she has been colic free and acting better than I have seen on any other feeding regime.

Also, the side bar of good news with ease of handling, is I have no fear of rain or weather damage to this hay while store at my ranch and every bag is premium quality that is the same with every load I receive.”

Dr. Diana Watkins - Inyokern, California

Chaffhaye Goats


Chaffhaye Inc. and Southern California Distributor, Laurie McNally were proud to support the Antelope Valley Fair and Show for 2009. These are the winners of the Goat Presentations at the Antelope Valley Fair in Lancaster CA.  Congratulations to all of our winners.

Sr. Champion Wether and Overall Champion Wether owned by Cindy Nelson, AV High School FFA, Lancaster Ca. California Myotonic Classic 2009 Antelope Valley Fairgrounds. The Jr. Champion Wether  and the Reserve Overall Champion Wether "Ancient Valley Ranch Einspanner" owned by Kirsten Landsgaard. Factoid: a "wether" is a castrated male goat. And Ancient Valley Chocolate Coffee Kiss owner Elysia Johnson 2008 Best Wether in Show, Galaxy Empire Show Ridgecrest, Ca.

Chaffhaye Inc. put up One Ton of Chaffhaye Alfalfa as grand prize for the Goat show overall winner in the Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Show August 2009. The FFA team from Lancaster Valley High was the recipeint of the Prize. Winning the feed has helped kick off the new breeding program for the Lancaster High School program. Chaffhaye is proud to help the students realize their dream of adding a breeding program.

Special thanks to their advisor Cindy Nelson for all of her hard work and dedication to making the Lancaster High FFA program a winning group. Also, special thank you to Sue Johnson who has bred many of the goats at Ancient Valley and donated them for the students to compete with, as well as sending all of the information on the winners with photos to Chaffhayes

Chaffhaye Horses

"Chaffhaye-fed mares are welcoming their foals this spring in California.
A new generation of babies staying healthy on  Chaffhaye Quality Forage Products."

Jay and Waylon - Gaited Mule

"I feed my gaited mule Chaffhaye Alfalfa."

After buying Waylon the mule from Arkansas, raised on pastures,
he now resides in California as a trailriding companion and is thriving on Pasture in a Bag.

Jay Baker




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