About Andrew's Hay

My name is Andrew Albert and I am a third generation farmer.

My family has farmed here in the Stillaguamish River Valley near Arlington, Washington since 1953. We had a dairy for 40 years and then shifted into crop farming.

Since beginning in 2003, I have expanded my operation from fewer than 100 acres to more than 1000, including 600 acres of grass. I saw an opportunity to provide good, locally-grown feed at a good price, direct from the farm to the consumer.

What started out as an FFA project in high school has turned into my career and business. Farming is what I enjoy, and I believe that it is important to enjoy what you do in life, even if you don't get rich.

Hay Snohomish Arlington

You can see an aerial view of our farm here:

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Hay Arlington

Photo Gallery

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Mowing 20 Acres/hr While the Sun Shines
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Tedding is Key to Drying Our Hay
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Raking Orchard Grass Hay
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Small-Bale Deliveries from the Field
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Finished Baling for the Day
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Harrowbed Gets Hay Under Cover Quickly
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Bale Band-It Makes 21-bale Bundles
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Bundles Load Fast on trucks or trailers.
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Bundle Drops Nicely into a Pick-up
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Our Fast, Economical Big Baler
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Big Bales Stacked for Loading in the Field
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Evergreen State Fair
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We Bale Straw from Our Own Wheat
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Grass Silage Chopper on the Home Farm
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Chopping 8000 tons of Corn Silage
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Sister Jennifer, CPA, in 12-ft Corn
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Andrew & His Bride, Melissa the Vet
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