Alfalfa in the Barn

We feel very fortunate to have our first cutting alfalfa in the barn and ready for customers. We managed to avoid the rain and hail that came in June.

Watching the Pasture Grow

The grass is looking very good after the wonderful rain and the fertilizer starting to kick in. The cows and calves are hungry and eating it down quickly.

Liquid Gold in a Raindrop

We were ever glad to see that liquid gold come to our fields! With alfalfa and barley seed in the ground, the dust was starting to fly and moisture was the number one concern. Thanks to the crop saving rains,…

We Load Your Hay!

When you purchase hay at HCH, we load the bales for you. A flatbed trailer or truck is loaded with a telehandler and grapple. A pickup is loaded by hand. If you make the trip, we load the hay.

Brr … Take Care of Your Animals

The temperature is dropping outside and your animals need more energy to keep warm. Increasing the quantity and quality of your hay will allow animals to stay warm, be more comfortable and not lose weight.

How to Read a Hay Test

Understanding a hay test can help make hay selection easier for you and more enjoyable for your animals. There are three main terms to know when reading a hay test.   Protein: The material necessary for body growth and making…

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