Colorado Agriculture Division points 2022 Hay Listing – Sterling Journal-Advocate


Livestock house owners searching for alfalfa, grass, combine, or different hay merchandise can join immediately with hay producers of their area of Colorado through the use of the 2022 Colorado Hay Listing.

Danielle Trotta, senior advertising and marketing specialist for the Colorado Division of Agriculture, stated the listing listings embrace the sort and quantity of hay out there, bale sort and dimension, whether or not laboratory evaluation is out there, licensed weed free standing, and identifies natural hay.

The 2022 Colorado Hay Directory is now available from the Colorado Department of Agriculture.
The 2022 Colorado Hay Listing is now out there from the Colorado Division of Agriculture.

“The annual Hay Listing can save time for producers trying to discover hay merchandise of their a part of Colorado,” Trotta stated. “The Listing is much more worthwhile throughout occasions of drought, when producers may have hay early or for livestock house owners trying to complement their very own feed reserves.”

The thirty fifth version of the Colorado Hay Listing options producers and brokers of hay in addition to firms that present hay-related services. The Listing is revealed by the Colorado Division of Agriculture in cooperation with collaborating Colorado hay producers, Colorado State College Extension, and with assist from KeyAg, Prairie Mountain Media and Tytan Worldwide. (Full disclosure: The Journal-Advocate is owned by Prairie Mountain Media.)

The listing and different hay sources can be found on-line at coloradoproud.org or at ag.colorado.gov/markets. For extra data or to request a duplicate of the Colorado Hay Listing, name the Colorado Division of Agriculture at 303-869-9175 or e mail Loretta.Lopez@state.co.us

Obtain a duplicate of the Hay Listing right here: Colorado Hay Listing



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