Hay for sale in the Waikato

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5 years 6 months ago #543298 by charlotte1
Does anyone in the Waikato (Matamata, Putaruru, Tokoroa) area have any conventional bales for sale. I have 2 wee ponies who cannot graze on the spring grass due to laminitis. The hay would be preferably made from mature stalkier grass with as little clover as possible, however must still be fresh and not mouldy/dusty.

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5 years 6 months ago #543305 by neil postie
Hi, I would ask your local hay bailing person, Wrightson's or the people who apply fertiliser, they always seem to know who's doing what

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5 years 6 months ago #543547 by charlotte1
Anyone?? I ask anyone and everyone I come across.

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5 years 6 months ago #543548 by kate
Replied by kate on topic Hay for sale in the Waikato
Have you tried the Straw Warehouse in Cambridge?

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5 years 6 months ago #543550 by charlotte1
Yes they only have pure red clover which is no good for wee ponies.

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5 years 6 months ago #543551 by Cigar
Replied by Cigar on topic Hay for sale in the Waikato
Animal Feed Barn in Te Rapa Hamilton would be worth trying.
I haven't seen or heard of anyone making hay yet, it should be easier to find in a month or so.

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5 years 6 months ago #543556 by Jaybee
Replied by Jaybee on topic Hay for sale in the Waikato
Maybe look in some back issues of your local paper, and do a search of expired listings on Trade me to get some phone numbers to try. Someone's bound to have some left from last year, it's too early for new seasons hay.

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5 years 6 months ago #543566 by charlotte1
Last seasons or even the season before is all good as long as it is dry and stored well. Not hay season round here just yet.

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