Producers of quality grass hay, straw, haylage & silage
Andrew's is your go-to source for certified weed-free straw
Andrew's Hay & Stilly Select Beef
on Hwy 530, between I-5 & Hwy 9
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farm is at:
4304 on SR-530, Arlington, WA 98223.
Mid-way between I-5 & Hwy 9 on SR-530,
on 44th Drive NE. See map below.
Monday - Friday; 10 to 6
Saturday 9 to 5
Sunday 10 to 4
Please call, we may be out harvesting.
For easy ordering, fill out the order form
Andrew's Hay new sales location
Just down the road from our family farm and offers a much larger loading area & truck scales too.
We have a larger selection of hay, right on highway 530 & a variety of new products.
Use the online form and it'll be ready for pick-up, or we'll be pleased to deliver it to your location or job site.
The Andrew's Hay crew is looking forward to your visit,
a typical day at Andrew's Hay
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Stilly Select Beef now available
Andrew's Hay delivers
to your location or jobsite:
Delivery services are found Here
1st, 2nd & 3rd cutting hay
We offer of GRASS HAY, in both standard, large rectangular bales and now in wrapped round bales, as well as straw bales, haylage, and both grass and corn silage. We cut most of our fields for grass silage and haylage in the spring, which enables ideal ripeness for early summer, 2nd-cutting hay. All of our products can be LOADED MECHANICALLY.
Certified weed free straw
DELIVERY to Snohomish, King, Skagit, and Island Counties, Camano and Whidbey Islands, including Monroe, Mt. Vernon, Oak Harbor, Stanwood, Darrington, Marysville, Snohomish, Everett, Duvall, Granite Falls, and Enumclaw. We have even shipped straw to Alaska for the Iditarod dogs!
Latest Hay News:
We are in the midst of baling 2021 1st & 2nd cutting. Please call to find out about possible in field pick-up. New pricing updated on site under Hay & Straw page.
NEW PRODUCT: Alfalfa Haylage in Round Bale. Cow candy, perfect for finishing, locally-grown, 30-35% moisture, limited supply. $100/bale,
Try our own Stilly Select brand grass-fed beef - USDA inspected during the processing.
Cuts for sale by the pound & Arlington grown ground beef is on sale for $4.50/lb.
Andrew's Hay Tips
Preserve the quality of your hay with the following tips for storage:
Hay always keeps better in a dry, well-ventilated area.
Try to stack hay off the ground, even concrete floors can cause the bottom layer to mold. Stacking on plastic tarp, hay chaff, or pallets is always a good idea.
The most important thing to remember is probably the most often overlooked: Always stack bales with hay Vertical, - so the strings are on the vertical sides of the bale.
In other words, Strings go on the Sides. Don't stack hay with the strings on the top and bottom. Stacking bales on edge lets the hay breathe. It will cure better, for sweet-smelling hay all winter long.