Haystack Farms produces three types of premium hay: Coastal Bermuda, & perennial peanut. (See descriptions below.)
Our hay is available in square bales and round rolls.
Our fields are irrigated, fertilized, & weed-free.
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Delivery & Pick Up Options:
* FOB full semi box delivery ((customer unloads while driver waits - 3 hour max)
* Drop Trailers (high volume feed stores only)
* 1/2 semi load (345 bales - we unload, customer stacks)
* Ocean container loaded at farm
* Pickup at barn; hours: 8-5, M-F, 9-12 on Sat. We are a working farm & not a feed store; an advanced call will eliminate wait time on your end.
Call 855-326-8873 or email for current pricing.
Haystack Farms is committed to excellence in producing premium, weed-free hay for our customers. We sell our hay - we are not "middle-men" salesmen; we grow, cut, bale, store, market, sell, & truck our own product. This sets us apart from all other hay producers in our area, giving our customers consistent quality at the best prices.
Descriptions of Hay Varieties
* Perennial grass that is frequently used for hay fields or grazing pasture in the southern portions of the United States.
* The plants grow rapidly when temperatures are warm and moisture is abundant.
* Adapted to a variety of soils & provide as much or more grazing than any other summer pasture grasses.
* Bermudagrasses are the easiest of all the grasses to manage, responding well to fertilizer & weed control programs.
* Coastal can produce more than 300 cow-grazing days per acre per year.
* Hay yields of 5-6 tons per acre are not uncommon with Coastal.
* Is a hybrid bermudagrass & does not produce viable seed. Planted vegetatively.
* High-quality, persistent, tropical forage.
* Can be grazed or fed of horses, dairy & beef cattle, hogs, goats, sheep, deer & rabbits.
* Ideal substitute for imported alfalfa.
* Florigraze & Arbrook varieties available.
* Has high yield, quality, persistence, disease resistance, and drought tolerance.
* Well-adapted to dry, sandy soils.
* Planted using rhizomes, or underground stems, dug from our well-established nursery.
* Does not require nitrogen fertilizer, and once established, is low-maintenance. No pesticides for insects or diseases.
* Hay yields in north FL range from 3-5 tons per year for well-established stands.
* Quality & uses are so similar to that of alfalfa that perennial peanut has been coined "Florida's alfalfa".
* Herbicides will be needed during establishment & occasionally post establishment.
* Environmentally sound, low energy consuming crop.