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Ordering during December

Ordering during December

Orders required before Christmas need to be with us for 10am on Saturday 16th December.

Despatch of orders then resumes on January 2nd 2018

(It may be possible to despatch orders on some dates between Christmas and New Year, but to be sure of prompt delivery please note the 16th December last day for ordering)

All the best for 2018 and thank you all for your custom.

Welcome To Hay & Straw for Animals website

  • We offer top quality hay and straw for feeding animals to customers within the UK only
  • We offer a warm welcome to customers who have previously ordered through our hay for pets website
  • On this website we think you may find ordering easier as:
  • You can now pay by credit card without going through PayPal (if you intend to pay by credit card it will be quicker to use our credit card payments system rather than PayPal)
  • We are using an approved system for maximum security in handling credit card details

  • You no longer need to log in. (You can tick a box for the system to remember your name & address details.)
     

     

  • Our speciality is top quality Ings Hay - from traditionally managed water meadows where no chemical fertilizer or sprays are applied.
  • We also offer Timothy & Rye Hay, Meadow Hay, and Straw in a choice of weights to suit most small animal keepers. A sample pack of the 3 types of hay is also available.
  • We source our hay and straw direct from the farmer, not through intermediaries
  • Our straw is bright, clean and golden barley straw grown on the Yorkshire Wolds and suitable for feeding or bedding. Also wheat and oat straw can be sourced on request.
  • We store our hay and straw in bulk, and bag up just prior to despatch of orders, this maintains the freshness and aroma of the hay.
  • Our prices include shipping to UK addresses, except 'Highland & Islands' locations where an additional charge of 6 applies.
  • We can also provide quotes for the supply of hay and straw for farmers and those requiring much larger quantities for cattle, horses etc