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GROW YOUR OWN Hay

If you have a bit of land, consider saving big by planting and harvesting your own hay.
DANIEL JOHNSON/PAULETTE JOHNSON
PAULETTE JOHNSON

Most horse owners must purchase hay every year—a process that can be somewhat frustrating as it puts you in search of hay year after year. While some horse owners may be fortunate enough to find a reliable hay provider, others struggle to source their annual forage.

If you’re looking to take control of your horse’s hay needs and you own property with enough cleared acreage to raise a crop, then growing your own hay may be a great option. Producing quality hay is a complex topic, but we’ll examine an overview of the process to help you decide if this is something that could work for you.

OPTION 1: RENOVATE A FIELD

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