About Our Hay

At 5280 Hay, we believe that quality hay is essential for the health and well-being of horses and livestock. Hay is a major source of nutrition for horses and livestock, providing them with protein, essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber. We know that your animals are your family, and we take pride in helping you provide them with the best possible care and nutrition. We guarantee a quality product at a fair price, and hope to build relationships with our customers for years to come.

We offer delivery and stacking for a fee, delivery is calculated based on your distance from our location. You must have offloading equipment for large bales on site.

Whether you need a small load, or a semi load – we would love to help!

Timothy Hay

We guarantee our Timothy Hay to be free of mold when properly stored.

Wyoming Timothy Hay

Small 21 Bale Bundles – $16/bale (Averaging 60lbs)
Large 3x3x8 Bale – $175/bale (Averaging 700-750lbs)

Granby, CO Timothy Hay

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Timothy hay is a type of grass hay that is high in fiber and lower in protein than some other forms of hay. It usually has 8-10% protein content. Timothy hay is a good source of fiber, which is essential for aiding in digestion and promoting proper digestive function. It can also help to keep teeth clean and prevent boredom when fed free choice. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals, including calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
Here are some of the benefits of feeding Timothy hay to your animals:
  • Promotes good digestion. The high fiber content of Timothy hay helps to keep the digestive system healthy by stimulating peristalsis, the wave-like muscle contractions that move food through the intestines. Helps to keep teeth clean and wear down. The coarse stems of Timothy hay help to scrape plaque and tartar from teeth, which can help to prevent dental problems.
  • Provides energy. Timothy hay is a good source of energy for animals, especially those that are active or pregnant.
  • Is a good source of vitamins and minerals. Timothy hay is a good source of vitamins A, C, and E, as well as the minerals calcium, phosphorus, and potassium.
  • Timothy hay is a low-dust hay. This makes it a good choice for animals with respiratory problems.
  • Palatable. Timothy hay is a relatively soft hay, which makes it easy for animals to chew.

Timothy hay should be stored in a cool, dry place to prevent it from molding or becoming dusty.