to the Farm
We raise and sell quality alfalfa hay and registered Columbia sheep
in the heart of Wyoming
The arid climate in central Wyoming is perfect for growing exceptional alfalfa. Our hay has won numerous county, state, and national awards for its overall feed value.
Our flock of registered Columbia ewes are the result of three decades of selective breeding. We strive to produce ewes and rams that exemplify the Columbia breed.
Riverton, Wyoming has a semi-arid climate which is ideal for growing some of the best alfalfa in the nation. Dairy producers and horse owners alike can agree that the high protein content and overall feed value found in our top-quality alfalfa can have an exceptional impact on the overall performance of an animal.
The Columbia sheep raised at Bappe Farm are fed a combination of first and second cutting alfalfa hay in winter months, nutrient-rich third cutting hay during lambing and fresh pasture grass in the summer. This combination of high quality forage results in a flock with fast-growing lambs and healthy ewes year-round.
Alfalfa vs. Grass
When it comes to providing the best hay for your horses, cows, sheep, goats or any other type of livestock, you want to get the most out of your feed. Grass and alfalfa hay are some of the most popular hay types available on the market today. See how the two stack up in terms of nutrient value for your livestock.