About Us

Medalist Feed

At Medalist Feed, our journey began with a commitment to revolutionizing cattle feed lots and dairy farms through a state-of-the-art barley sprout facility. Witnessing phenomenal results, we expanded our passion to cater to your beloved horses. Introducing our new specialty pellets available in two enticing options: Alfalfa pellets and Sprout pellets.

Why Medalist Feed?

Our Sprout pellets, a unique blend of barley sprouts, alfalfa, and oat hay, are a game-changer. Freshly harvested barley sprouts, processed into pellets within a day, promise to transform your horse's well-being. Here's why Medalist Feed stands out:

Space-Saving: Save space in your barn with our compact pellets.

Cost-Effective: Not only will you save on storage, but our feed can also save you money in the long run.

Health Benefits: Bid farewell to the shortcomings of baled hay, as our feed maintains weight and promotes a healthier appearance in your horses.

Real Success Stories:

One satisfied customer shared a remarkable transformation, reducing daily feed from 20 lbs to 14 lbs, maintaining weight, and observing a remarkable improvement in their horses' health.

From a sustainability perspective, our Sprout pellets minimize waste and are 30% more efficient at maintaining weight than traditional alfalfa hay cubes. Over time, the investment in our feed may practically pay for itself!

Nutritional Excellence:

Our Sprout pellets offer optimal protein, 50% more slow-release energy than alfalfa hay, and easily digestible sources. The inclusion of barley sprouts minimizes the risk of colic and founder, making it the market's best feed for your horses.

Storage Guidelines:

  • Store open totes in a covered and dry area away from direct sunlight.
  • Remove the pallet wrapping on palletized product and store in a covered and dry area away from direct sunlight.
  • Ensure any tools used for scooping feed are free of dirt, debris and moisture before scooping, and when not in use stored separate from the feed.
  • Allow sufficient air circulation for open totes and pallets by ensuring proper spacing from walls or ceilings.
  • Avoid the use of air tight containers to store your feed pellets.
  • If mixed with water for soaking, ensure product is consumed immediately and kept separate from dry pellets.