Located in central
Wyoming (north of Riverton in Fremont County), Wyoming Hay
Cubes has been producing high quality alfalfa cubes for
nearly 30 years. Beginning in the early 70s with John Deere
field cubers, the third generation family operation has
been supplying feed to farmers and ranchers in the region
for well over a quarter century. In 1997, the operation
purchased a stationary cuber resulting in even higher quality
- We are situated
in one of the top 50 alfalfa producing counties in the
- It is an
ideal area for growing alfalfa hay.
- Since annual
precipitation is less than 10 inches per year, the operation
produces dry hay with no mold.
- Water is
consistently available because the
farm is located on an irrigation project supplied from
the Wind River drainage.
- With the
dry summer conditions and ample irrigation water, harvesting
can generally be achieved under dry conditions resulting
in top quality alfalfa.
The operation grows high quality alfalfa, bales the hay,
then converts the bales into cubes. The hay is harvested
using a big baler producing 4' x 4' x 8' bales. These bales
are then used to feed a stationary cuber which processes
the hay into small cubes. The stationary cuber grinds the
hay, applies a small amount of water, then compresses the
hay into small cubes (about 1 ¼ inches square).
The top priorities
for Wyoming Hay Cubes are taking care of the farm and taking
care of customers. Continually improving the farm and operation
is a matter of pride. Constantly upgrading irrigation systems
and harvesting equipment helps the operation remain competitive.
The key priority for Wyoming Hay Cubes, however, is developing
customer loyalty by delivering top-quality hay cubes. Our
goal is for customers to be so happy with our product that
they come back year after year. We approach production,
pricing, and delivery with this primary goal in mind.