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Hay & Straw bales
We grow local orchard grass and wheat straw

Small Hay Bales

  • Our small square hay bales (14" X 18" X 40")

  • Weigh between 55 and 65 pounds, averaging 34 bales/ton.

Prices start at:

(not including delivery)
 1st-cutting -

Regular $8.50/bale

Premium $7.50/bale
2nd-cutting -

Regular $10.00/bale

Premium $11.00/bale
3rd-cutting -

Regular $11.00/bale

Premium $11.50/bale

Big Hay Bales

  • Our big rectangular bales (3' X 3' X 8'),

  • Weigh 700 to 750 lbs.

  • These bales are great because they are mechanically handled and come at a lower cost per ton.

Rain-damaged or lower-quality hay may be available at a discount.

Prices start at:

 1st-cutting - $90/bale
2nd-cutting - $100/bale
3rd-cutting - $115/bale


21 Bale Bundles

  • Our hay Bale Bundles are Simpler, Safer & Strapped with two steel bands.

  • This is a favorite because they're easy to load & transport.

  • Just One tie-down strap and you're good to go, then unload & cut two steel bands.

  • Bonus:  for Bale Bundles (loaded mechanically), you get 21 bales for the price of 20.


Round Haylage Bales


We are well-stocked with haylage (Marshmallows) this year. Haylage is round-baled grass wrapped airtight with plastic. The bales range from 750 to 1500 pounds, depending on the moisture content, with the drier haylage costing more. We now have a limited supply of locally-grown alfalfa haylage bales too!



$60 to $100 per bale.



Our straw is baled from wheat and barley that we grow ourselves. We have certified weed-free straw as well as non-certified. The bales average 45 pounds and are 14" X 18" X 40" in size. Now available in mechanically-loaded, 21-bale bundles.

Certified weed-free - $7.50/bale

First Cutting Hay

Harvested from late May through June, as the weather allows. It tends to be more mature, coarser, and less green in color than later cuttings. Generally, first cutting is higher in fiber than protein.

This cutting is the least expensive and is usually used for livestock with lower nutrient requirements. Some people feed first cutting mixed with later cuttings, to cut cost.

Second Cutting Hay

Harvested from late June through July. It rates from EXCELLENT to PRIME, tests as high as 12% -14% protein, and is typically greener in color than first cutting.

Second cutting works well as a primary feed, and requires little or no supplement to create a balanced ration.

Third Cutting Hay

Harvested from August to early September, it's a richer & greener grass than the 2nd cutting, best used for specific applications.

It is comparable to second cutting, but may be finer in texture and a darker green. Although young cuttings of third can be richer in nutrients than second cutting, it usually tests about the same.

Fourth Cutting Hay

This is the wild card cutting -some years you get it and most you don't, depending on the weather.

Fourth cuttings harvest in late September, but we have done it in October.

While lower in fiber, it's more nutritious, the fourth cutting works best when mixed with a coarser feed with more roughage, such as first cutting.

Try a bale Before you buy a load..

  • The sweetness, color, and texture of hay can vary, depending on the temperatures and rainfall during the growing season.

  • To ensure your satisfaction, you can stop by the farm, buy one bale, and feed it out before ordering a load.  please note that, in the case of exchanges, the original delivery fees are non-refundable.

Hay Pricing & Ordering:


All prices listed are subject to change and do not include sales tax.


TO ORDER: Ordering by email ensures the earliest delivery and best price. If you have questions, you may reach us by email or phone. We respect your email privacy.


Sales Tax Information

The Washington State Department of Revenue now requires us to charge sales tax on our hay, even for sales out of the field. The local rate has increased again to 9%, and applies to all retail sales (“end users”).


It does not apply to customers who resell the hay or use it to produce an agricultural product for sale. If you are in this group and have a Reseller Permit or a Farmer’s Certificate for Wholesale Purchases, you are exempt, and once we have it on file, we will be delighted not to charge you sales tax.

See Reseller permits or Sales Tax Exemptions for complete information and forms.

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Hay delivery services

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