Timothy Grass Hay is rapidly becoming a very popular hay forage across the United States. As more people become regimented in feeding programs, timothy grass hay is the forage of choice. Timothy grass hay generally has only two cuttings each growing season. There is a difference between the two cuttings. First cutting generally has larger stems, a little lower protein level, generally around 9%. Timothy grass hay second cutting has a finer stem, shorter seed head and a little more protein at or near 11%. The sugar level maintains around 8% with each cutting. Timothy grass hay is an excellent choice for animals needing a maintenance level of hay forage. Timothy grass is also an excellent selection of forage for insulin resistant horses, cushings, or convalescing horses.