I got a flyer in the mail not long ago about chaffhaye and that there were dealers in my area. Well I finally looked it up online and really like how it sounded so I called the dealer near me and drove out to look at the product. At first sight I wasnt really sure about it but decided being I had drove 45 min I might as well get some and see if they like it. I have always loved how there was no waste with alfalfa pellets but hated that it was a pellet. Well chaffhaye is chopped so it seems more natural than pellets. I put some out the other morning in a bucket to see their response and a few really liked it and by evening it was all gone. The next morning I put out about 3lbs of it in 3 buckets and they all dove in and seemed to all like it. I am thinking about using this to replace the alfalfa hay when I run out. I am tired of the mounds of stems the goats leave with the alfalfa hay. I see the dollar bills wasted everytime I pick them up. The dealer priced the chaffhaye at $10.00 a bale and said she would cut me a better price if I buy more at a time. I paid $10.00 a bale for alfalfa hay that about 25% or more of the bale ends up wasted. When I put out the Chaffhaye by night the buckets are licked clean. Does anyone else have any experience with this product? Here is a link to a website about the product. http://www.chaffhaye.com/ We plan on cutting our own grass hay for next year and thought this product could be in addition to the grass hay for calcium.