We pride ourselves on offering the freshest, highest quality hay cubes found anywhere in the world. Multicube Stockfeeds has been in business since the 1980’s, well before hay cubes as we know them today were introduced.
In the early years, we focused on producing small square bales as well as round bales, primarily for the equine industry. It was in 1989 that our father, Robert Riddell, decided that we could do this better – in doing this “WE MADE HAY EASY.”
…”hay made easy”….
- Less waste
- Easy to feed & monitor portions
- Easy to stack & store
- Consistent nutrient value
- Excellent digestibility
- Minimal dust
- Great for older ponies and horses with dental problems
- Ideal for travelling and competitions
With improved Lucerne feeding in mind, we installed our first cuber, which produced Lucerne cubes not just for equine consumption, but also for ruminants including sheep and cattle. Since then, we have greatly expanded our operation. Today, we focus on providing premium irrigated Lucerne and Cereal hay sourced from farmland across Victoria and New South Wales to stock all over the continent. While you’ll find other cubes on the market, you can rest assured that ours are not only the freshest, they’re also the highest quality cubes to be found anywhere in the world.
Hay cubes from Multicube Stockfeeds are now available cubed to order to suit specific dietary requirements and medical conditions; in addition, our equine cubes are softer and much more palatable than those offered by the competition. Keep in mind that when we cube to order, it takes just a few extra days longer for shipping – like all the best things in life, quality hay cubes take a little time to produce.
Whether you require Total Mix Rationing cubing with the ultimate in High Energy, High Protein, and High Fibre, or if you simply require fresh, quality hay cubes, look no further. We’re proud to say that our products are the best hay cubes Australia has to offer.
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