Benefits of Alfalfa – The Queen of Forage

sl_alfalfaAlfalfa is a forage plant with excellent qualities and is the most widespread crop grown throughout the world. It is an irreplaceable friend of nature, essential for biodiversity and enriching the soil with minerals and reduces all types of erosion.

Alfalfa is naturally high in many essential vitamins and minerals, including A, D, E, K, and even the full family of B vitamins; biotin, calcium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, potassium and many others, as well as being very high in protein, especially when dried. It is an essential source of plant proteins for animals. Alfalfa is a true store of substances, since it is the forage that actually has a composition most similar to the growing plant.

An alfalfa-based diet is essential for the growth of healthy and long-lived animals and guarantees high quality milk, meat and egg production.

Organic Alfalfa

Green Life Acres (a sister company to Lorentz Farms Ltd.) organically farms land meaning it employs a farm production system that, on the one hand, offers consumers genuine products without chemical substances and, on the other, reduces the environmental impact of farming as much as possible.

The system is based on land fertility, respecting the nature of plants, animals and landscape. Green Life Acres invests in organic farming to avoid chemical product use and to respect the environment and the individuals who work and live in it.

Contact us today at 519-699-4184 for a variety of organically grown crops.

Principles we implement in organic farming

  1. protect the environment, respecting natural balances
  2. reduce the amount of pollution introduced by the chemical substances normally used in traditional farming
  3. reduce or eliminate toxic chemical substance residue in the product
  4. improve cultivated product nutritional characteristics, thus lower nitrate content, higher vitamin content, higher dry substance content
  5. enhance man’s psycho-physical well-being by using naturally farmed foods
  6. improve land fertility by using natural and organic fertilizers along with cover crops
  7. quality, not quantity production

Organic farm management sets the ambitious goal of meeting consumers’ economic and nutritional needs without compromising environmental capital, an asset to all and resource for future generations.