I've got some hay left(about twenty five bales) that's now about two and a half years old, I'm definitely not going to finish it this winter and my horses just don't want or need hay in the summer. It's really just belly-warmer for geldings, so I wasn't too worried about feeding two year old hay this winter, but by next winter, it's not going to be any good, is it? Do I keep it and just feed it out first next winter(it might last me the whole winter, I have very good grazing! I've fed *nearly* thirteen bales since the start of June ) or should I sell it as cattle hay and buy 20-25 new season's bales? I'm on a tight budget(student), and it was good hay, maybe a little stalky with not much clover, but not from rank or horse-grazed paddocks, when it came off the paddock originally and has been shed-stored on pallets since. The horses also get a flake of lucerne/alfalfa hay every day as well. If you had two geldings on good grass, getting a flake of lucerne/alfalfa a day as well, would you feed it anyway, or is it just too old to use?