December 4, 2019 at 8:29 pm #411Amelia AdairKeymaster
Jorge, 505-231-6910. Timothy grass hay available.January 26, 2020 at 4:47 am #533MaureenParticipant
Anybody know of good clean grass hay for sale now? I have a very fussy eater that tends to get loose manure.April 12, 2020 at 1:16 pm #573mollymareParticipant
DeWitt Daggett, who splits his time between Colorado, Wyoming, and Barn 5 in Eldorado, is considering bringing a flatbed of Colorado hay down from his ranch. Look for an email from the ESC with more details (grass mix, cost, etc.) soon. In the meantime, please post here if you are interested in learning more from DeWitt.April 12, 2020 at 2:28 pm #574MaureenParticipant
Thanks for the post about DeWitt bringing down hay. I would be interested in 30-40 bales. Grigio and Molly both loved it.April 16, 2020 at 4:07 am #575AnonymousInactive
DeWitt Daggett from Barn 5 here. In conversations at the stables over the winter there were comments from several folks about the ever-present need for new hay sources. So I am offering one. I grow hay on my place in western Colorado and have access to the hay from several other farms. As with chickens which you don’t count until they hatch, you never count your bales until they are safely in the barn. But in a normal year, here are the specs. My hay is mostly grass (brome + orchard grass) with up to 10% alfalfa in the first cutting and up to 20% alfalfa in the second. The hay is herbicide and insecticide free. Bales weigh 60 to 70 lbs and are priced accordingly, $12 a bale for 60 lb bales, $13 a bale for 70 lb bales. $1 a bale to unload and stack. I would come down with 200 bale loads which could all go to one barn or be divided up among several. Delivery of first cutting is the last half of June, delivery of second is September on. I am in Wyoming July and August. There is usually some first cutting left into the fall as well. I would love to get an idea of interest from Eldorado barn owners. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 970-261-8971. I hope the wind is dying down, the flowers are starting to bloom, and the spring riding down there is opening up.
Best to all,
DeWittJuly 29, 2020 at 2:59 pm #590charastevParticipant
If anyone is interested, I’ve got alfalfa “scraps” at Barn 23. Feel free to clean up in front of my barn and contact me to meet me for the tarped leftovers from the trailer that are stored in the barn. Thanks, CharliJune 23, 2021 at 5:01 pm #701Karla LauritsenParticipant
Lia and Josh are beginning a new hay hauling business. Their first trip will be in mid-July, 2021, to Kansas, to bring back brome grass hay. Average bale weight will be 70 lbs; cost will be $13/ bale or $14/bale including stacking.
Future loads will include high quality alfalfa, grass, and grass mix hays.
Contact at 319-389-0875.July 28, 2021 at 4:29 am #765Amelia AdairParticipant
Reminder that hay is available at San Marcos Feed Store, 3877 State Highway 14, Santa Fe, NM, 87508, (505) 471-9298. They deliver for a small charge, and will consolidate deliveries to multiple barns for one charge.August 5, 2021 at 1:11 am #766Bob OffParticipant
I want 200-250 bales of timothy hay. Does any one else need to order some also?
Bob Off (new sharer at Barn #3)August 5, 2021 at 3:42 pm #767Bob OffParticipant
Bob Off here again! Actually, for this first order, I am going to need 50 bales to start.
Sorry for confusion. Hoping others need hay as well.
BobAugust 6, 2021 at 12:10 pm #768Karla LauritsenParticipant
Most of us will be buying more hay! Try contacting Liz Mathews, Barn 27. Liz has been organizing hay deliveries from a number of suppliers, for many of our members.
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