Hello there fellow Peeps! Just a brief history here, I used to free range my girls in the old gardens where they could forage for all sorts of greens, roots and foliage. On those dry, barren, winter days with nothing growing, I would occasionally throw them a flake of Alfalfa hay. They were in chicken heaven, scratching through the hay eating the leaves and tiny seeds that the flake contained. They didn't bother much with the stalks and stems and left them where they were strewn. But over this past year, I had to contain the birds in a large run because of all the predators that seem to be lurking. Last year, I was able to get the girls out occasionally to free range, but I had to be there to supervise and because I don't have the time, I just don't get them out as much as they would like. Last week I threw them a flake of Alfalfa hay and being that they hadn't seen green foliage or anything so tasty in months, they gorged themselves on the leaves AND stems, to the point of one of the girls having an impacted, baseball of a crop the following morning!! I was able to clear the impaction that day and she was back to good health the next day. So fast forward to yesterday, while in the feed store, I purchased a bag of Alfalfa pellets for horses. I expected the pellets to be big, but WOW...these pellets could choke a horse! So what I need to know is, how do you Peeps feed Alfalfa pellets to your birds? My birds love Alfalfa, so I am not worried they will turn up their beaks at it. I do have a grain mill I can grind these pellets up in. These pellets do have molasses in them, so I am not sure how much the birds should eat and how often. Should I grind them and sprinkle this over some rice or their regular feed? Make a mash out of it with oatmeal??What do YOU do with your Alfalfa pellets?? Thanks for sharing!