From Ontario Forage Council
During this current growing season, many forage producers are facing challenges associated with the unusually wet conditions. As a result, the Ontario Forage Council feels that there is an increased urgency to spread the word about the Ontario Hay Listings Service. This website – www.ontariohaylistings.ca – continues to be a free, efficient and effective way of buying or selling hay and straw.
To view the ads, select the Hay Listings Menu located on the right side of the screen, or click the Ads tab at the top of the page. You can view the complete list of ads by scrolling to below the map, or customize your search by clicking your desired area on the map. This will limit search results to the desired area only. You do not need to register with the system to view the hay listings. Buyer and seller ads can be searched by many parameters using general or advanced searches. To optimize the security of the users of the site, you must log in to obtain contact information.
To post an ad, registration is required. This has been done to make the site more secure, and to protect our users. Registration provides buyers and sellers with a user ID that allows them to easily create and then revise the ads as time goes on. To register and begin posting ads, please click on “Register” on the right side of the screen. Please note that none of the contact information collected on this website will be sold, or shared by Ontario Forage Council to other organizations.
Postings will stay on this site for 60 days. Ontario Forage Council may delete or alter any listing deemed to be inappropriate.
The Ontario Forage Council would like to thank our Ontario Hay Listings sponsors; Quality Seeds Ltd, and Can Grow Crop Solutions Inc. Their generous contributions make it possible for us to provide this valuable service. For more information on Quality Seeds Ltd., or Can Grow Crop Solutions Inc.
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