About Anderson Hay
A family-owned and operated international business for over 63 years.
Building Meaningful Relationships
With over a half-century of experience in agriculture excellence, and now the oldest international supplier of hay worldwide, Anderson Hay & Grain Co., Inc. promises to provide a consistent supply of products all year, to always be easy to do business with, and to continue our pioneering expertise.
Our practices embody our three core values:
Mark purchased our Aurora Oregon operation from long time supplier Don Ast.
Anderson Hay purchases Gerald Phelan LLC and forms our own harvesting company.
Michael Anderson joins the company, helping with farming and harvesting.
Molly Anderson joins the company in the front office.
Matthew Anderson joins the company, helping on the ranch and innovation efforts.
Formed Andy by Anderson Hay
A Promise From Our CEO
“Anderson Hay & Grain Co., Inc’s goals have remained consistent over the generations. In the tradition of my father and grandfather, I have committed our company to excellence as we fulfill our goals to supply quality products year-round, provide unequaled customer service, and strengthen our agricultural communities as we pioneer the way toward improving our industry.
To achieve these goals, we have focused on foundational values, such as forging good relationships with our employees, customers and growers. We work closely with our hardworking and knowledgeable growers to produce top-quality products. We provide a business atmosphere where at the end of the day, each employee knows their efforts contributed to the company’s goals and success. And we never underestimate the importance of nurturing our customer relationships.
As our company grows, we will keep these goals and values in focus, while continuing to develop our technical and operational expertise. We look forward to expanding our knowledge and our capacity to meet domestic and international demands for top-quality feed. It is our privilege to put the needs of our customers, growers and employees first.”
Dedication to Quality
Anderson Hay follows a rigid protocol for ensuring the traceability of all our products. From planting to harvest, we team with our grower network of family-owned farms to provide a consistent supply of top-quality products to our customers all year round.
Life at Anderson Hay
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Anderson Hay first shipped hay to Japan in 1971 and we have shipped hay internationally ever since!
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Depending on availability, we sell Tall Fescue, Orchard Grass, Perennial Ryegrass, Annual Ryegrass, Wheat and a variety of other Straw products.
Anderson Hay follows a rigid protocol for insuring traceability of all our products. From planting to harvest, we team with our grower network of family-owned farms specializing in hay and straw production to provide a consistent supply of top quality products to our customers all year round. Our efforts in quality control start with our growers and move through our entire operation. We are committed to supplying safe feed and ensuring that all steps, from traceability and inventory management to processing and transportation, are completed to the individual customer’s specifications.
Our inspection process begins in the fields before harvest. Clean, weed and grass free fields are essential to growing high quality hay. Bales are continuously inspected throughout the production process for quality and foreign material. Each stack is inspected a minimum of five times, three of which are quality control checks of each individual bale.