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Ontariohaylistings.ca

Time: June 23, 2021 at 6pm to November 30, 2021 at 7pm
Location: online
Website or Map: https://onforagenetwork.ca/on…
Phone: 877-892-8663
Event Type: listings, service
Organized By: Ontario Forage Council
Latest Activity: Jun 23

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The Ontario Hay Listings is new and improved! Until now, the site has provided an avenue for buying/selling only hay, straw and biomass products.  In an effort to improve the site and provide increased value to our producers, the categories have been expanded to include everything from manure exchange to the labour to shovel it! There is always room for expansion and improvement, so if you have something forage-related to advertise that isn’t included, please let us know.

The process has been simplified and you don’t require a user account to post an add.  Simply fill and the form and click post.  The site will remember your information for your next ad.

New available categories include:

  • Hay/straw wanted/for sale
  • Switchgrass and Miscanthus wanted/for sale
  • Cover cop grazing opportunities – Do you have a cover cop you would like grazed, or are you seeking winter grazing opportunities?
  • Farm Labour
  • Equipment - limited to forage equipment
  • Manure Exchange – Do you have excess manure, or are you seeking it for your land?
  • Hay Hauling and Transport

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