Over the last several generations, Anderson Hay & Grain Co., Inc. has become the leading exporter of hay and straw products, specializing in Timothy Hay, Alfalfa Hay and Grass Straw products. We remain committed to our core values of building strong relationships, honing our operational expertise and earning respect through unwavering principles. Established more than a half a century ago by our family founders, our values have sustained our pioneering expertise and are the foundation of our success.
From planting to harvest, we team with our grower network of family-owned farms specializing in hay and straw production to provide a consistent supply of top quality products to our customers all year round. Our efforts in quality control start with our growers and move through our entire operation.
Timothy and Alfalfa Hay
Anderson Hay & Grain offers a wide variety of products. Two of our main products are Timothy Hay and Alfalfa Hay.
Timothy Hay is known around the world as the highest quality feed source. It supplies exceptional fiber and is great roughage. The Kittitas Valley of Ellensburg, WA is famous for its superior production of Timothy Hay. A combination of climate, soil and available irrigation during the growing season combines with warm winds throughout the valley to cure the Timothy Hay under ideal conditions. We work directly with growers to ensure a steady supply of the best possible crop. Race horse owners and Dairy farmers rely on Timothy Hay from Anderson Hay & Grain Co., Inc. to keep their animals in optimal condition.
Alfalfa Hay is widely regarded as having the highest feed value of all the perennial pasture forages, balancing superior protein with high calcium and nutrient content. Anderson Hay & Grain Co, Inc. partners with growers across the Columbia River Basin in Washington and Oregon as well as the Pacific South West to provide customers with Alfalfa Hay. We do our utmost so ensure that our Alfalfa is grown, cut and cured under the best conditions to produce a dependable source of high quality Alfalfa Hay.