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Bayfield County – UW Extension
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Welcome to the Bayfield County UW Extension Haylist
This list puts local farmers in touch with one another for the purpose of Hay Buyers and/or Sellers, haylage, silage, grain, or other livestock forage. Bayfield County UW-Cooperative Extension assumes no responsibility in the transaction of buying or selling the items listed on this web site. Bayfield County UW-Cooperative Extension makes no guarantees as to the quality of the forage products. Buyers beware. All transactions and negotiations are handled directly between buyers and sellers. If you are a seller contact a buyer directly. If you are a buyer contact the seller directly. There is no charge to be listed.
If you would like to post product(s) for sale or wanted please call 373-6104 ext 0 or print and return the Buyer/Seller form . Please be prepared to provide the following information: Name, Phone Number, City, Forage Product (eg. Hay, haylage, grain, straw), Quantity, Price, Delivery/Pick-up Information, Relative Feed Quality (RFQ), if known. Once the product is sold, please call 373-6104 ext 0 to have the listing removed.
In addition, there is a state haylist that can be found at: http://farmertofarmer.uwex.edu /. There is also an Upper Midwest haylist that can be found at the same web address.