Knowledge is Key
Have you heard? Standlee Premium Western Forage’s revitalized packaging has never looked so good! With the same great product quality and consistency you’ve come to expect, we’ve freshened up the look of our packaging and website to ease your forage shopping experience.
A NEW, EASY WAY TO HELP IDENTIFY THE FORAGE TYPE OR VARIETY
Did you know that Standlee grows seven different varieties of quality forage (including mixed forages), in addition to our beet pulp products for you to choose from?
- Teff Grass
- Orchard Grass
- Timothy Grass
- Alfalfa/Oat Grass
- Alfalfa/Timothy Grass
- Alfalfa/Orchard Grass
- Beet Pulp
Standlee Premium Western Forage is all about making your experience the best possible. We are adding new icons to our packaging to represent the main forage or variety type for that particular product. This will help the you quickly identify the forage or variety type associated with that icon, spending less time in the store and more time at home with your animal.
Did you know that Standlee offers six different formats of quality forage?
- Compressed Bales
- Grab & Go® Compressed Bales
- Hand Selected (grown with our small animal friends in mind!)
A NEW, EASY WAY TO HELP IDENTIFY THE RECOMMENDED ANIMAL
Did you know that Standlee Forage products are ideal for several different livestock and animal feed programs?
- Guinea Pigs
Standlee Premium Western Forage is all about making your experience the best experience. We are adding new species silhouette icons to our packaging to represent the recommended animal (as recommended by our PhD nutritionists) that would benefit from this particular forage product. Since every animal has different needs for their nutrition, Standlee Forage has made it as simple as possible by providing icons to make your selection of the right forage easier.
A NEW, EASY WAY TO HELP IDENTIFY THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE
Standlee Premium Western Forage products are non-perishable. With that being said, as long as the products are stored in a cool, dry, well-ventilated environment out of the effects of the weather, there is really no expiration date. The date on the bales and bags is the manufacture date, which reads in the following order: day, month, year.
You can expect to see updated packaging in the next few months.
Contact Standlee’s Customer Service team for assistance or questions you have on any on the products we offer at 1-800-398-0819 or email email@example.com.