Ontario Agriculture

The network for agriculture in Ontario, Canada

The Ontario Forage Council launched the “Ontario Hay Listings Service” in July 2008 and has attracted close to 450,000 hits from across Canada, the USA and destinations as far away as the Middle East, China, Jordan and United Kingdom.

 

Both hay producers and purchasers have often commented that there is a real need for a hay (and straw) listings service here in Ontario. This site has been designed with dial-up users in mind, and with the objective of being as simplistic, yet efficient as possible.

 

Our mission is to provide an easy and effective process of bringing hay producers and buyers together.

 

It provides a much needed service to the farming community here in Ontario and also assists in creating awareness across Canada and the U.S. of a potential supply of quality hay that is available.

 

 

This service is offered free of charge.

                                                                                                                           

Check it out www.ontariohaylistings.ca!

 

For more information or interviews, please call

Ray Robertson at Ontario Forage Council 519-986-1484

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