Hay & Beef Sales
"Agriculture is...the smell of fresh cut hay"
Established in 2004 and located in Russell, Pennsylvania, Lindell Heritage Farm is a family owned and operated agri-business specializing in producing quality hay products. Research, field maintenance, timely harvest, and proper storage allow us to provide quality hay products that can't be beat.
Our current customer base is a combination of repeat business and referrals from satisfied clients. We feel both are true indicators that we are providing consistent, quality hay products and in a professional and timely manner.
What We Do
What We Do & How You Get Your Hay
Baling Hay - Timing is Everything
Anyone who has ever baled hay on their dad or grandpa’s farm or anyone who bales their own hay knows, patience is a must when it comes to this age old summer time activity we call making hay.
During the summer month's our conversations are primarily centered around the weather and equipment from sun up until sun down. The Weather Channel and NOAA (and about 7 other weather sites) are watched, scrutinized, analyzed and second guessed on a hourly basis. Performed daily is a ritual of planning, figuring, hoping and praying for just enough good days in a row to make hay.
The phrase “Making hay when the sun shines” should read more like “Making hay is entirely dependent upon the sun shining.”
Lindell Hay Sales strives to supply the very best hay products at an affordable price. Contact us any day of the week for current pricing and availability.
For Everything There Is a Season
FIELD PICK-UP (Summer)
We are a small family owned and operated hay supplier. To stay efficient we have to keep moving so we offer discounted field pick up on the day your hay is baled. Below describes how we plan and schedule our hay sales.
We would like to hear from you early in the season. We generally start receiving orders to be put on our "Call List" for field pickup around April or May. We need 3 things from you:
Your cutting preference: 1st or 2nd
How many bales are you ordering?
What style of bale you need: Small Squares, 4x4, 4x5 Round or Baleage
Once we hear from you and have your information your order is placed.
Now when it’s time for us to make hay, we have a lot of acres to cover (2-3 times over). We will contact when your order will be ready for pick-up. We give you a date, time and field pickup location . Your hay will be stacked (or lined up) and reserved for you.
Again, the day we bale your hay is the day you pick your hay up from our fields. Payment is due upon pickup.
We do not load any trucks or trailers with small squares as we are still busy making hay for other customers.
If you are a round bale customer you will be loaded upon your arrival.
STORED HAY & PRE-BUY (Winter)
Surplus hay from our summer harvest is stored under cover for sale during the winter months. If you are limited on storage, you can pre-buy during the summer months and we will store for you until you are ready to come get it. Your hay must be paid for before we will reserve storage space.
Please contact us to check inventory availability and to schedule a pickup time for your hay.
During the winter months we schedule hay sales and pickup 7 days a week.
Hay Products & Pricing
Small Squares 4 x 4 Round 4 x 5 Round Baleage
QUALITY FEED FOR
Horses ~ Beef
( Orchard Grass/Timothy Mix )
Accepting Orders for 2021 Hay Season
4 x 4's
Prebuy & Store
4 x 4's
4 x 5's - Made Upon Request
4 x 4’s 1st & 2nd Cutting **
**Call for Price & Availability
Wrapped Baleage Choices:
`Orchard Grasses (Standard)
`Oat Bales (Standard)
`Sorghum/Sudan (For Cattle)
**Sweet Hay - Low Moisture
**Can be fed to horses with
Out of Barn
1st Cutting Sold Out
2nd Cutting Sold Out
4 x 4's
1st Cutting Sold Out
2nd Cutting Sold Out
Note to Our Customers:
Not every hay season is the same and we don't always have surplus hay to store for winter sales. Hay making is limited by the weather and some years are limited as to the amount of hay we are able to take off and process during hay season.
We of course would like to be your preferred hay supplier but we do recommend that our customers have at least 2 to 3 good, reputable hay suppliers to purchase from to be sure your hay needs are met.
We do accept orders year around.
We do our very best to fill all of our customers orders, as you know the hay making business is very weather dependent.
LINDELL HERITAGE FARM ~ BRED BORN RAISED
Pasture Raised Heritage Beef
Irish Dexter Cattle
Irish Dexter Beef has been described as small, sweet and beefy. Dexter beef is lean and high in quality. Taking really well to a grass fed diet, Dexter's are medium to slow growing resulting in a sweet, well marbled meat. Often quite dark, Dexter beef comes to the plate tender with a great, real beef flavor.
Bred, Born & Raised on our farm. We are a closed herd and want our customers to have peace of mind that they truly know where their meat comes from. We AI our cows and the calves stay with their mom's until they are weaned. Both mom and calf forage from our pastures and eat hay harvested from Lindell Heritage Farm fields throughout their entire life time. Our cattle rotationally graze (not free range) through small, well-maintained pastures during the summer months and all are fed good quality hay and baleage during the winter months.
Simply put, we pride ourselves on naturally raised animals which produce wholesome, tender and delicious beef cuts.
Their small stature lends to economical butchering essentially resulting in less pounds of packaged beef and smaller cut portions when compared to a typical Angus or Hereford. Hanging weight will average 375# - 450#.
No need for commercial sized freezer for storage. For a whole steer an 8.8 cu. ft. chest freezer would be perfect.
WE HAVE ANIMALS AVAILABLE FOR SALE
FALL 2022 BUTCHERING.
Whole or Half ~ Limited quantity.
Contact us for details.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for visiting our website and our family
looks forward to doing business with you.
~For Everything There Is a Season~
~ Chris & Billi Jo Lindell ~
Aidyn, Tanner, Emily & Sandy
4012 Route 957 Russell, PA 16345