Customer Testimonial | Hay for Horses
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Take care of them, they take care of you. They’re working hard for you, and they deserve the best you can give them. They’ll thank you for it – it’s shown that a happy herd is a more productive herd. Farmed fresh in the pristine valleys of the Pacific Northwest mountains, Blue Mountain Hay is grown in a high-altitude climate, resulting in slow-growth, nutrient-rich hay with a softness and fragrance like no other. This is some seriously hot hay!

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High-Altitude = High-Performance.
Cooler, higher-altitudes produce slow-growth hay with a shorter harvest window. It’s softer, less stemmy and packed with nutrients, making it more palatable and easier to digest. It’s hay candy!

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We produce some of the highest-quality organic hay anywhere. The high-altitude Pacific Northwest is blessed with pristine air, water and nutrient-rich volcanic ash soil. When you buy organic Blue Mountain Hay, you’re bringing all that goodness to your animal friends.

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We’re built on trusted relationships with family farms – including many century farms – that call the Pacific Northwest their home. We connect these farmers to the larger market, including international export, helping the tradition of American small farms flourish.


We ship all over the world. Contact us and we’ll figure out the rest!

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We offer a wide range of forage and grades, but quality is the common ingredient. Sift through your options below by selecting one or more filters, or contact our hay experts for guidance!

“Our purpose is to take care of what God’s given us to farm.”


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