A small flowering plant in the pea family, Fabaceae, known as alfalfa.
The alfalfa Club dinner crowd in tiaras was the order of the night.
They grew up as crop and dairy farmers in Iowa, tending corn, soy, alfalfa, hay, oats and clover.
To wit, Parvin has been a member of the alfalfa Club for 26 years.
They will concentrate instead on farming their 1,900 acres of alfalfa, 1,600 acres of corn, and 1,400 acres of soybeans.
The most valuable in providing hay are the medium red, alfalfa and alsike.
And near them long trains of burros laden with grain, alfalfa, straw, or wood.
I've got a ten-acre orange grove now and two hundred acres of alfalfa and a foreman who lets me gad!
The Dean could have been enticed away to examine the alfalfa and the pumping system.
We have our grub box filled, and our oil can; also grain for the horses and some alfalfa hay.
1845, from Spanish alfalfa, earlier alfalfez, from Arabic al-fisfisa "fresh fodder."