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Welcome to the National Hay Association
The National Hay Association, the national trade association for the U.S. hay industry, works daily within the industry, federal agencies, and the Congress itself to create an environment that benefits hay merchants and the people who depend on hay and straw in their commerce. A non-profit organization, NHA's activities are funded entirely through membership dues. NHA proudly represents hay producers, brokers, dealers and consumers of forage products, as well as disciplines and activities of businesses that provide products and services to the hay industry.
2021 Mid Year NHA Meeting Scheduled
March 18-19, 2021
South Point Hotel, Las Vegas
The event begins on Thursday afternoon with presentations and panel discussions surroundings topics of interest to forage producers and suppliers. We'll take a closer look at hay dryers, talk about effects of COVID 19 on our industry, explore the issues with hay exporting and give members a chance to ask questions from others who make hay their business! Thursday evening there will be a Welcome Reception and a hospitality area for networking. A continental breakfast opens the day on Friday, followed by the Mid Year Meeting, lunch and a concluding program. There is no registration fee!
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NATIONAL FARM MACHINERY SHOW AND CHAMPIONSHIP TRACTOR PULL POSTPONEd UNTIL 2022
The National Hay Association always looks forward to seeing current members and welcoming new members to our booth at the NFMS. But the pandemic has caused the cancellation of the event this year. Read more about the decision to postpone at https://farmmachineryshow.org/blog/2021-reschedule
Save the dates for Alfalfa U 2021 online
Feb. 16, Colorado region, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Mountain time
Feb. 18, Kansas region, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Central time
March 4, Washington region, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Pacific time
For the first time ever, offering a separate session just for the Farmer Panel, March 11, from 10 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. Central time, with farmers representing all three regions sharing their knowledge and expertise in raising quality alfalfa for their particular markets.
The History of the National Hay Association
This 104 page hardcover book is ready for shipment!