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    Default Reliable hay source in Charlottesville area

    I am looking for a hay source for good quality round bales. I have enough to get me to the first cutting. I would like to purchase 70 bales and have them delivered. Mixed is o.k. if good quality. Can someone recommend a supplier.

    Thanks,



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    Quote Originally Posted by atgvir View Post
    I am looking for a hay source for good quality round bales. I have enough to get me to the first cutting. I would like to purchase 70 bales and have them delivered. Mixed is o.k. if good quality. Can someone recommend a supplier.

    Thanks,
    Have you tried Grayson? I don't know if they'll have 70, though. They do mostly square bales. (And their square bales are excellent.)



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