the difference between hay and straw is that horses eat hay and straw is a bedding.
The difference between hay and straw as mulch lies in straw being cleaner and having fewer seeds in general and fewer weed seeds in particular.
Straw is hollow stalks from threshed wheat and such while hay is harvested and dried clover, alfafa, etc.
to eat hay. to sleep on straw or a mixture of both hay and straw
Hay has nutritive value; straw does not.
Hay is usually dried grasses. It may contain legumes such as alfalfa or clovers as well. The main difference between hay and straw is that straw is what's left over after the grain of a cereal grass has been been extracted. It consists mainly of dried stems and leaves and has a lower nutritional value than hay. Straw is mainly used for bedding, while hay is primarily used for fodder.
Straw is hay and hay is grown. There were large acres of hay grown.
Straw is better.
Because straw is harder than hay and straw will get stuck in the digestive system because it is too thik.
The name of a small bundle of hay or straw is called a wisp.
hay is a greenish color is usually for eating, but straw which is thicker and has a yellowish color is used for bedding since it has less nutrients. hay straw
Grass hay, legume hay, or grass-legume mix hay. They can also be fed straw, so long it is a little greener than "regular" straw and contains a bit more nutrient in it than "normal" straw.
Straw is perfered in my household because it is thicker.
It was hay or straw.
I fed my guinea pig with other guinea pigs. lol, cannibal guinea pig
hay is sun-dried whiles silage is fermented pasture(grass)
Straw or hay
Have to and must
Wheat is a type of cereal grass. When the wheat grain is harvested the stalks that remain are referred to as straw. Hay however, is dried grass.
Straw is usually preferred to prevent weeds, as hay often contains the seeds of the very plants you're trying to prevent.
components of the 2 straws are different
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