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  • Looking For Hay - Harrisburg PA area

    Looking for supplier recommendations for good quality hay, any kind of bale. Pickup within 20 miles of Carlisle or delivery OK. We have lots of horses. Potential for long term relationship, not just now in this difficult hay year. Please email horseguy@equineequip.com
    Farm http://www.equineequip.com/triplecreekfarm.htm
    Main Interest http://thebalancedseat.com
    Discussion http://thebalancedseat.com/yabb/YaBB.pl

  • #2
    From the Patriot news...

    HAY good mixed grass. $3.75 a bale at the barn. Perry County. 717-944-0347

    You might think about making the drive to New Holland they had lots of hay at the auction. It was going about 220 a ton.

    State/Province Pennsylvania
    City/County all
    Date Submitted: 1-2-2008
    Type Alfalfa/Orchard
    Type (notes)
    When Available
    Quantity 10000 Bales
    Unit Size Small Square
    Binding Poly Twine
    Price $5.50 &6.50/Small Square Bale
    Delivery available Yes
    Contact Name Russ
    Email Address Click Here
    Telephone # 717-933-9397
    Best time to call 9am-4pm
    Moisture=% CP%=N/A TDN=N/A RFV=N/A
    Comments:1st cutting 80% orchard-20% alfalfa at $5.50/bale + 2nd & 3rd cutting at $6.50/bale)

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      #3
      Thanks CoopsZippo,

      I called and that hay is sold. I may have to go to New Holland.
      Farm http://www.equineequip.com/triplecreekfarm.htm
      Main Interest http://thebalancedseat.com
      Discussion http://thebalancedseat.com/yabb/YaBB.pl

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      • #4
        I board full care now so I am lucky and don't have to worry about it. I will keep my eyes peeled for you!

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        • #5
          I got some a couple of weeks ago near Gettysburg, not sure if he still has hay ... but might be worth checking.

          717-677-7700 He had some very nice 2nd cutting orchard and also some 1st cutting very reasonable.
          One of a Kind Studio
          Fine Art Paintings, Horses, Dogs, Wildlife and anything else that inspires.

          New convert to the cow horse world.. love my QH mare.

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          • #6
            We just drove up to Hanover, Pa and got a load from a farm there, Pleasant Hills Farm. He's got thousands of bales of beautiful orchard grass that he's getting $8.50 for 45lb bales. We bought cheaper, first cutting oc/timothy for $5.25/bale but knew before we drove up what to expect.

            I would have loved to get the more expensive stuff. He told me he sells mostly to the New Jersey tracks and was very upfront on the telephone about what hay he had and the quality of it before we drove 2 1/2 hours sight unseen.

            We went up through Frederick and Gettysburg and it was an easy trip (although I did need directions from Hanover Shoe Farms - one road on my Google map was closed, convieniently across the street from their main entrance). That route was 8 miles further than if we'd gone around the DC beltway, around Baltimore and up the northwest extension but it was a better drive with the trailer. It takes you past Thurmont and the Seton shrine & college, at the turnoff for Ski Liberty is Chubby's BBQ on Rt 15, stop there if you get a chance, the bbq was great and the cream of crab soup to die for!

            I found him on the Maryland Ag Hay/Straw directory.

            James Horak
            Pleasant Hill Farm
            2751 Baltimore Pike
            Hanover, PA 17331
            (717) 637-7586
            (717) 637-7411 (fax)
            Producer
            Delivery Possible
            Alfalfa/Orchard Grass Mix - 1st cut - 2007 Harvest - 200 3x3x8 bales & 30,000 small square bales-45 lbs
            Alfalfa 1st, 2nd, 3rd cut - 2007 Harvest - 2000 small square bales-45 lbs
            Orchard Grass - 1st cut-2007 Harvest-15000 small square bales-45 lbs
            Timothy - 1st cut-2007 Harvest - 15,000 small square bales-45 lbs
            "If you would have only one day to live, you should spend at least half of it in the saddle."

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