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2nd Timothy and Alfalfa Hay. 3 Tie - $1

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We currently have 3 tie 2nd Timothy, as well 2nd Alfalfa hay for sale. Bales typically weigh 125-135 lbs. We sell by the ton to help save you money!

We farm in Eastern Oregon in a high mountain valley. Our business has grown these last few years and we have expanded our operation. We are looking to make long term relationships with high end customers who value great quality hay at a reasonable price.

Our high elevation cool climate allows us to grow soft and leafy hay. Low humidity and cool nights really help with color and overall quality!

We store all of our hay in enclosed haysheds on plastic. This is one of many steps we take to ensure every bale you receive is as consistent as possible. We are a family owned and operated business that does everything we can to ensure quality. In almost 20 years I haven't had a single upset client. Not easy to do when we put up 5-6000 tons a year, but is possible if you communicate fields clearly and set fair prices. It never hurts to call and bs and see if your situation or prices are a good fit.

Our current clients export some of our hay, or sell through high end feedstores or racetrack in the US and Japan. Others have personal or small business facilities, that are looking to buy direct from the farmer.

Has been many years since we have been out marketing to new customers. But with additional ground and growth, it gives us the exciting opportunity to search for the right new business relationships!

We are set up to load customers trucks at our haysheds. Or we own a few trucks and can deliver full semi loads (504 bales @ Est. 31-34 tons). Another option would be for a potential customer to look into purchasing their own van trailer (346 bales @ Eat. 20-22 tons). Then hiring a local truck driver in your area to come pick up the hay and then leave the van full and loaded at your facility. Often customers save 20-30+% by buying high end hay directly from us. Sometimes more when factoring in no bad bales and the animals wanting to eat all of the hay!

Feel free to reach out with questions. Please email and I'll get back to you with a phone number. This will hopefully help cut down on spam on our end!

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