<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1597984267141283&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

About Anderson Hay

About Our Company

Anderson Hay’s strong dedication to teamwork applies just as much to our customer relationships. We do our utmost to make doing business with us a first-rate experience. Our relations with customers worldwide continue to prosper, enhanced by strong ties to key government officials home and abroad. With strategically-based port facilities in the Western United States, orders of all sizes and destinations can be shipped quickly and efficiently. Anderson Hay’s dedicated staff make sure all steps, from traceability and inventory management to processing and transportation, are done specifically to fill each customers' needs.

A Company Timeline

Clarence-Small
1920's
  • 1920's

    The Business is started

    Clarence Anderson begins on his entrepreneurship path by starting up a dairy and horse farm called “Sunnybrook”, and begins buying and selling horses.

Expanding_Business
1930's
  • 1930's

    Expanding Business

    Clarence expands his business by raising hay and selling it to dealers.

Ron
1940's
  • 1940's

    Ron Joins The Business

    Ron Anderson, Clarence’s oldest son, joins the family business. He buys a truck at age 16 and uses it to deliver hay to Seattle customers.

Distribution_Expands
1950's
  • 1950's

    Distribution Expands

    Distribution of Kittitas Valley Timothy Hay and other forage products expands to customers throughout the Pacific Northwest, Southern California, Arizona, British Columbia and other parts of Canada.

Ron_Dad
1960's
  • 1960's

    Business Is Formalized

    Clarence and Ron formally form Anderson Hay & Grain Co., Inc.

Flying_Anderson
1963
  • 1963

    Expanding The Customer Base

    Ron is traveling more and continues to expand the customer base to Illinois, Kentucky, New York, Florida, Louisiana, Omaha, Nebraska and Chicago.

Japan
1972
  • 1972

    Delivering To Japan

    First order for 200 tons of Timothy Hay is delivered to Japanese Horse customers, making Anderson Hay the 1st company to break into exporting goods to Japan.

Korea
1980
  • 1980

    Korea, Taiwan & Hong Kong

    Markets in Korea, Taiwan & Hong Kong emerge

Mark_Anderson
1985
  • 1985

    Mark Anderson Joins The Family Business

    In 1985 Mark Anderson leaves Alaska and joins his father Ron to learn the family business and lead Anderson Hay to the next level of growth.

Mark_Anderson
1987
  • 1987

    Mark is Named Vice President

    Mark is named vice president of Anderson Hay and Grain

raceHorse
1990
  • 1990

    Shipping To Dubai

    First shipments sent to Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, for Royal Horses

President
1994
  • 1994

    Mark Becomes President

    Mark becomes President and CEO, as his father starts to step back from day-to-day operations.

oracle
2002
  • 2002

    Anderson Hay Installs Oracle

    A major investment is made into a high-tech data-keeping platform

2004
  • 2004

    Expanding Markets

    Mark and Ron start making contacts in the Chinese and Vietnam markets.

2010
  • 2010

    Celebrating 50 years of dedicated service and business

    Anderson Hay & Grain Co. celebrates 50 years of dedicated service and business

The Values That Make Us A Company

reputation

Relationships

The foundation of our success lies in our longstanding relationships with our customers, growers, suppliers, and employees in the Anderson family style.

hayBale-Load

Operational Expertise

Our customers depend upon our ability to deliver the right quality at the right time at the right price. In every operational area from harvesting to final end user delivery, we strive for excellence.

circular-hay

Reputation

Our reputation is the reflection of who we are. Every day our customers see our reputation through the behaviors and decisions we make, the partners we choose, and the condition of our facilities and equipment.