Alfalfa, Timothy, Mixed Hay Grain and Dehy Silage in Containers

Alfalfa, Timothy, Mixed Hay Grain and Dehy Silage in Containers

Agricultural animal feed

Certification: Non-GMO

Current export markets: Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Middle East, Europe, United Kingdom

Planned export markets: India, Vietnam

Barr-Ag Ltd. is Canada’s leading exporter of timothy hay, non-gmo alfalfa hay, mixed hay, straw and dehydrated silage products along with peas, feed barley and feed wheat.

Barr-Ag Ltd. produces over 75% of what we process with the balance coming from local farmers with whom they have established long-standing relations. This gives Barr-Ag Ltd. the excellent position to control the quality from the seeding to processing and, as such, have more ability to achieve a higher quality control of the products they produce, process and export.

Barr-Ag Ltd. has two facilities in Alberta positioned close to the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. This allows them to grow, compress, and containerize hay and other forage for dairy and beef operations and horse owners around the world. They offer the following packaging options for their compressed hay: 60 kg full bales, 30 kg half-cut bales and 420 and 800 kg big bales in sleeves. Barr-Ag Ltd. also offers products in sun-cured and heat-treated formats.

Barr-Ag Ltd. can make custom blended mixes to the end user’s requirements and needs.

Barr-Ag Ltd. is an experienced, innovative company that offers flexible shipping options and they can take care of the necessary customs documents in an effective and efficient manner.

Contact Barr-Ag Ltd.

Contact: Barry Schmitt, Shu Sakamoto, Taylor Schmitt, Edward Shaw
Phone: +1-403-507-8660
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: /barragcanada
Twitter: @BarrAg2

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For questions about the catalogue, email: [email protected]

For market specific inquires contact an Alberta government trade development officer

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