Hay Resources

Colorado Hay Resources 

Colorado Hay Directory
Colorado Hay Directory Listing Form         (For Colorado Producers)
USDA Hay Market News Report
www.extension.org/search 

Hay/ Pasture Availability List: CCA is now keeping track of members who have or need hay/pasture. You can find the updated list on the CCA website under 'Resources', or click here. If you need or want either hay or pasture and would like to be added to the list, call the CCA office at (303) 431-6422, or send an e-mail to inf@coloradocattle.org.

 

Colorado Horsecare Foodbank, a 501(c)3 non-profit, specializes in raising money to purchase and stockpile hay to feed Colorado’s horses.  CHF provides emergency hay to Colorado horse owners who are struggling to get back on their feet after fires, floods, or financial problems.  Emergency hay from Colorado Horsecare Foodbank provides a needed safety net that keeps horses with their families, rather than sending them away forever because of a temporary financial problem.  In 2013, Colorado Horsecare Foodbank distributed more than 300 tons of emergency hay to Colorado horses, including 200 tons for northern Colorado families after the September 2013 floods; 85 tons of hay for horse owners recovering from the Black Forest fire in June 2013; and additional hay disbursements to families dealing with financial crises throughout the year.  For more information or to donate, visit: www.HorseFoodBank.org.

 

 

Out of State Hay Resources 

Kansas Farm Bureau Hay & Pasture Exchange
Missouri Hay Directory
Montana Hay Hotline
Nebraska Hay & Forage Hotline
Oklahoma Hay Directory
Texas Hay Hotline
 

Out of State Hay Available

 
GRASS/ALFALFA HAY
1500lb Round Bales
600 Bails
Will assist loading
Douglas Wyoming
$130 per ton
 

If you are an out of state hay producer and would like to include your information on this website, please contact Loretta Lopez at (303) 869-9175 or Loretta.Lopez@state.co.us

These resources are provided as a service to hay producers and buyers. A listing on this website does not constitute an endorsement by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.