High Quality Conventional & Organic Alfalfa Hay For Sale
The Klamath Basin is known for growing high-quality hay. If you’re looking for conventional or organic hay, give us a call.
Rich, volcanic soil and an average of 218 days of sunshine makes the Klamath Basin the ideal place to grow alfalfa hay as well as grain and potatoes. While for some farms it’s another crop to rotate between their specialty crops, we’re as dedicated to providing high quality hay as we are chipping potatoes. And, being located in the middle of the West Coast, we’re able to provide Klamath Basin hay to farms and ranches all over Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada and any of the other Western States.
While we’ll sell hay to anybody, we specialize in dairy quality hay. What’s the difference between dairy hay and feeder hay? Essentially, the difference is quality. We have our hay tested for the total digestible nutrients (TDN), the relative feed value (RFV) and the crude protein (CP). In order for a dairy to want to buy hay from us, our alfalfa must test as “Supreme”, which means the scores for TDN is 55.9 and up, the RFV is 185 and CP is 22 and up on the Alfalfa Hay Test Guidelines.
With these tests, you can rest assured that you’re buying high-quality hay, and with our reputation for customer service, you know you’ll get treated as a valued customer. Since our hay tests in the Supreme range, it’s the perfect solution for press hay. Interested in press hay but don’t want to do it yourself? Our staff can connect you to a hay press operator, and if you need the hay shipped overseas, we can help with an exporting solution.
Need straw? We sell that too! For livestock bedding, composting or to use as filler, we can provide large bales similar in size to our 1,500 pound bales of alfalfa for whatever purpose you need. Since we use a steamer to bale our straw, our bales tend to be heavier than what other straw-sellers provide, which means more value for our customers. Our farm grows wheat, barley and oats, so the straw we can provide will depend on the season it’s being delivered during.
If you’re interested buying hay, or would like to get prices on conventional or organic alfalfa, please contact our hay broker, Weston Walker, at 541.281.4168 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Worried about getting it to your farm? With our West Coast trucking and freight brokerage service, we can haul it to wherever you’re located.