Welcome to South
Yorkshire Haylage Co.
South Yorkshire Haylage Co. have years of experience producing haylage exclusively on our 300 acre farm in Rotherham, South Yorkshire from specially selected short term leys. We are a small, helpful, friendly family business committed to producing a consistent first class product. We recognise the importance of continuity of supply and offer this to all our established customers. South Yorkshire Haylage Co. produce two different types of haylage from a range of grasses to to suit all circumstances, from laminitic prone ponies to racehorses.
Choice of Bale Size 4ft round bale haylage and large square hay.
Made from specially selected grasses, regularly reseeded to maintain quality on clean land in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, which is weed free.
Cost Effective as hard food can be substantially reduced.
Energy levels you can choose from 5% to 12% protein to suit your horse or pony.
Naturally Dust free forage no need to soak or expose your horse to harmful spores. Haylage has well documented nutritional and health benefits.
Can be stored outside as our haylage is extra well wrapped in plastic to give added protection.
Delivery available throughout South Yorkshire in Large or small loads or you can collect from our yard at Wath on Dearne. (delivery charges apply)
Advice on feeding your horse or pony always available.
South Yorkshire Haylage Co. provide two different types of haylage from a range of grasses to ensure that we have not just a suitable product, but one that will fully meet your horse’s dietary needs.
Ryegrass is a naturally high energy grass that, depending on age when cut, can provide a forage with high feed value. The first cut is most suitable for high performance or horses with a high work load (hunters, eventers, competition horses and racehorses) Second cut is usually lower in nutrition and provides a palatable but safer forage for horses in light to medium work and suits most needs.
South Yorkshire Haylage Co. produce hay as well as haylage. Hay bales are available in both large and small bales. In contrast with our haylage which retains a small amount of moisture, hay is completely dried before being baled.