Attention, quality hay for sale!

Colehay produces and sells beautiful, fresh Meadow Hay – made from permanent pastures and Pure Timothy Hay – which is a 100% British product. Maximum care and attention is given to the growth, harvest and storage of our hay to ensure that it reaches you in perfect condition.

SMALL AND LARGE BALE DEVON MEADOW HAY AVAILABLE NOW to customers in Devon. Small or large loads available for collection or delivery. Please ring for further information and prices.

  • Meadow Hay – Perfect all rounder hay, will suit most dietary requirements
  • Timothy Hay – Extremely clean, nutrient packed hay.

As hay is a highly individual and specific product we are always pleased to supply samples and also a nutritional analysis to ensure you and your horses are happy with the quality.

We are usually able to sell our hay in a number of different ways. Either 250kg bales, 450kg bales, conventional small bales and also 11kg-12kg (approx.) wrapped bales. We supply nationally and we are also able to export. The 250kg and the 450kg bales (when available) have a minimum order of approx 13 tonne. Smaller loads can occasionally be delivered depending on stock and location. Please call 01837 849222 / 01837 849200 or email to talk about your requirements or to place an order.

The smaller 11kg-12kg (approx.) bales can be ordered by the pallet which contains 40 bales. The pallet can be delivered nationally and exported. The bales are individually wrapped, which keeps the hay in perfect condition.. The pallets take up very little space and are great for yards with limited storage. We also sell the these bales individually, perfect for smaller animals. You can buy our small bales by the pallet either by calling or online through our Online Shop. For large orders and bigger bales please call or email so we can work out a best price for your area.

Hay for Sale

Hay for your horse

Research and latest equine health news is showing a very big need need to make hay readily available to your horse throughout the day. A reduction in forage and an increase in hard food, is causing gut problems. Horses are happiest when grazing.