Jones Hay Company

 

Jones Hay Company

 

1056 Highway 131

Thorn Hill, Tennessee  37881

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We bale hay, not weeds!

We bale hay, not weeds!

Jones Hay Company

 

1056 Highway 131

Thorn Hill, Tennessee  37881

423-754-3681 or 423-733-8200

 

 

 

 

 

About Us

David Jones is an East Tennessee farmer, with a life time of experience in hay production. He also has a lifetime of knowledgeable experience in feeding and caring for horses and beef cattle.

 

David understands the health Issues that can occur if animals are not properly fed the correct balanced forage and ration intake.

 

This is why he always has Forage and Ration testing done through the University of Tennessee or Dairy One, as this is very critical to the health, production and well being of the animal.

 

David conducts soil testing each year so he knows the appropriate amount of fertilizer and lime analysis to use. He spring cuts hay each May and early June, at the peak of  quality, with the second cutting in August. David does not tolerate, mold, weeds, sage grass or johnson grass. His hay is weed free with very little moisture as the testing states.

 

David take a lot of pride in his products and this is why it comes with a Quality Customer Satisfaction, Money Back Guarantee. Jones Hay Company grows timothy, fescue and  orchard grass mix., with custom cut square baling and round baling made to order.

 

David uses New Holland and John Deere balers to make tightly packaged bales and process approximately 200 acres each year and sell hay year round.

 

During the spring when the hay crop is plentiful, some hay is round baled and immediately transferred from the field to barns to be stored in the dry.  Round bales are available for purchase and some round bales will be reprocessed to square bales as customer demand dictates.

 

Jones Hay Company uses New Holland and John Deere equipment in the processing of their hay.  A large New Holland baler produces consistent bales, and a hay processor allows hay from round bales to be reprocessed into square bales.  Large John Deere tractors are used to operate hay equipment.

During the spring when the hay crop is plentiful, some hay is round baled and immediately transferred from the field to barns to be stored in the dry.  Round bales are available for purchase and some round bales will be reprocessed to square bales as customer demand dictates.

Jones Hay Company

David Jones - owner

1056 Highway 131

Thorn Hill, Tennessee  37881

423 754-3681 (cell) (No text please)

423 733-8200 (home)

Closed on Sunday

 

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