Register hay for sale

Form for registering hay for sale

Please fill in as many fields as possible. If you have queries about any of the questions listed below, or if you have any difficulties in registering your details, please do not hesitate to contact us.
   
1) Name *
 
2) Address
 
3) Post Code
 
4) Telephone
 
5) Mobile
 
6) Email
 
7) Type of hay for sale? *
  Meadow hay (cut from permanent grasslands)
 
 Yes  
 No
  Seed hay (cut from grass leys which are re-sown with seeds every couple of years)
 
 Yes  
 No
  Other (please specify)
 
8) Main grasses and herbs in the hay? *
 
9) Are fertilisers used on the meadow(s) where the hay is collected? *
 
 Yes  
 No
10) If yes, do you use:
   Inorganic fertilisers  
 Organic fertilisers  
 Both
11) If yes, how often do you use fertilisers?
   At least once a year   Between two to five years
 More than 5 years   Other
12) Are herbicides used on the meadow(s)? *
 
 Yes  
 No
13) If yes, what are they used to control?
 
14) Size of bale? *
  Small square bale (conventional) (about 2ft x 2ft x 4ft)
 
 Yes  
 No
  Medium square bale (about 4ft x 4ft x 6ft)
 
 Yes  
 No
  Large square bale (between 6ft x 6ft x 8ft and 8ft x 8ft x 10ft)
 
 Yes  
 No
  Round bale (between 4ft x 4ft and 4ft x 6ft)
 
 Yes  
 No
  Other (please specify)
 
15) When is the hay available?
 
16) When was hay produced? *
 
17) Where was the hay collected from (nearest town/village)?
 
18) Quantity for sale?
 
19) Cost of hay?
 
20) Can the seller deliver hay?
 
 Yes  
 No
 
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Chloe Granger

Admin at Cut & Chew
The admin of the Cut and Chew website, and activist for improving the UK grazing landscape.

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