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Lot 523152

Update 6/20/15 — This lot is SOLD OUT

First cutting from field 2 is now in the barn and ready for pickup. 35% alfalfa with Timothy, Orchardgrass and EF-Fescue. Very fine textured hay — see the photo below of a handful from the center of a bale. 

Bales are standard small squares, poly twine, average 45lbs. Priced at $6.00 per bale. 

Contact us to arrange for your order. 

Thanks, and have a great Memorial Day weekend!


Be sure to check out What To Expect From Our Hay to learn about what goes into the hay we grow hay for your horses. 

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Lot 0522155

Update 5/23/15 — This lot is SOLD OUT

We started baling a day earlier than expected, and have 25% alfalfa hay in the barn available for pickup. Mix is alfalfa, Timothy, Orchardgrass and EF Fescue — all Byron Seeds varieties for quality horse mixes. From field 5.

Bales are standard small squares averaging 50 pounds, poly twine. Alfalfa was 0% in flower, so this is young and tender hay. 


Priced at $6.00 per bale. Contact us to arrange pickup. 

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Lot 705144

Final Timothy harvest of the season is in! 60 pound bales, sisal twine, and perfect drying conditions. Excellent hay, priced at $6.00 per bale.

There are only about 100 still available. All remaining Timothy hay has been reserved. Please watch our postings for Teff grass later in the season if you need a hay comparable to Timothy.


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This has been a good cool and moist season for Timothy hay, our highest demand product. More will be in the barn this weekend.


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Today we mowed a field of pure Timothy grass hay. 100% chemical free and pesticide free timothy hay for your special needs horse or small animals. If all goes well, this hay should be ready for purchase mid-week.

Contact us for information or to reserve your order.



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Lot 530135

Today we baled the hay pictured earlier this week. 50 pound bales, sisal twine, consisting of 25% alfalfa with Timothy and orchard grasses. Drying conditions were about as perfect as they get, with low humidity and high winds.

Available for pickup or delivery. $6.50 per bale.


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Rather than adjusting our prices monthly to the national hay exchange average (currently $8.54), this year we are going to try to keep pricing consistent to take some of the guesswork out of your buying.

For the 2013 hay season, our hay is $7.00 per bale unless otherwise posted.

We know this will help us keep order prices straight, and hope it helps you too as we enter another year with limited national hay supplies and high average prices.

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All of our hay is now either sold or reserved.  Please keep an eye on our website for upcoming harvests and hay that becomes available due to cancellations. You can also follow our posts via email by clicking the link to the left — you will receive immediate notification of any available hay. Contact us to be added to our waiting list or to pre-order.

We have had a wonderful few weeks fulfilling orders for our regular customers and meeting a large number of new regulars. Our family is grateful for your business…thank you!

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Thank you for a great 2011 hay season! We added a large number of repeat customers, and our family is grateful for your business.

We are now sold out of premium quality horse hay for the season. Once all of our pre-paid orders have been picked up and delivered, we will post the quantity of bottom bales available for sale at a substantial discount to market prices. Stay tuned.

We are also excited to announce that we have more than tripled our hay acreage for the coming 2012 season, and our farm is covered with tiny sprouts of timothy hay and other premium hay crops. Again, stay tuned for more information as we prepare for next year.

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