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Hay Forecast

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2020 and 2021 Outlook

January 23, 2021

We understand that many areas were hit with droughts this past year and this has resulted in lower than expected hay yields.  New Eden Hay is feeling some of this pinch, but we have always been able to retain hay availability to our customers for year round sales. We fully expect to maintain our stocks for year round sales in the 2020-2021 season.  We are always happy to help you find the perfect mix for your farm or feed store.

Planning for the 2021 season

February 3, 2021

Although it's still cold and snowy here in Southern Ontario, we are already looking forward to the upcoming 2021 hay season.  We checked with Wiarton Willy (or local rodent weather prognosticator - similar to Punxsutawney Phil in New York), and Willy says that we can expect an early spring this year.  That means we'll be getting the tractors and hay equipment fired up and ready a bit sooner in hopes that Willy is right.

2023 Hay Market

February 27, 2024

There may be a shortage of hay in the midwest, but we still have plenty of hay here for our customers, both new and existing.  If you are interested in discussing purchasing from us, please contact us at the information on our contact page

Looking to 2024

February 28, 2024

We're having an incredibly mild winter in southwestern Ontario, but that doesn't mean we aren't expecting a good hay year.  We'll know more in the next couple of months, so check back here in the next couple of months, or contact us to talk about our 2024 hay season and our expectations

2024 Hay Forecast

We're starting to find the same issues that we had last year with getting new hay from the fields.  The weather is not cooperating with us at this time, but we are hoping for a good stretch of sunny days in the next week or so and that will get us new hay into barns.  Until that happens though, we're sitting indoors and wishing that we had new hay to send our customers.

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