Russell Feed Hay FacilityDid you know that Russell Feed & Supply has the largest hay barn facility in North Texas? Our 25,000 square foot facility ensures that products stay protected from the elements year round. The facility is located next door to the Russell Feed & Supply Saginaw store.

Russell Feed & Supply stores offer 3 string Arizona-grown Alfalfa, 3 string Arizona-grown Bermuda Hay as well as 2 string Alfalfa and 2 string Coastal Bermuda Hay.  We also carry round bales, alfalfa cubes, alfalfa pellets, and straw.

Russell Feed & Supply also stocks a variety of shavings:

Large flake shavings- 8 cu. ft. expanded

Medium flake shavings- 5.5 cu. ft. expanded

Small flake shavings- 3.8 cu. ft. expanded

Pelleted shavings- available in a 40 Lb. bag; work great as a cat litter as well as stall bedding

Address:

12320 Business Hwy 287 N, Suite B
Ft. Worth, TX
Phone:  817-984-7381

Please contact individual store locations for the most up-to-date pricing!

 

Resources:

Six Signs of Good Quality Horse Hay

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Quick Tips: Hay Management

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Feeding Programs for Drought Stressed Beef Cow Herds

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Hay Replacement Options for Horses

Types of horse feed to consider when hay in low supply

Making Hay

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Hay Tips

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