Sherrill Farms Hay: Equine

Sherrill Farms hay works with your feeding program to give your horse the kind of forage that maintains optimal digestive health. Every crop is weed-controlled, fertilized and tested to optimize quality and reduce waste. Our Jiggs Bermudagrass (a cousin to Coastal) makes a fine, palatable hay that can appeal to the pickiest eaters.

Sherrill Farms offers hay in small square bales or large rounds. Contact Ed Sherrill via email at or call 979.217.1673 for questions and information about Sherrill Farms hay products for horses.

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The Woodlands Equestrian Club recently entered our hay delivery rotation. This family-owned business offers one of the highest quality dressage training programs in the country and is listed as a Recognized Riding Academy by the United States Hunter Jumper Association. We hope the horses like our hay!

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You can tell how good an organization is by the people who volunteer to do the hard labor, and Dream Catcher Stables had a great turnout. Folks sweated for the better part of an hour to load 300 square bales into a container to feed the hard-working therapy horses.


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Sherrill Farms is located 65 miles southwest of Houston.

Drive southwest on I-59 S, exit at Wharton, and head south on FM 1301 for 16 miles until you reach Pledger.

Delivery options are available; call for a quote.


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Ed is awesome to work with and from what I've seen wants to have satisfied customers. Double Bar R Cutting Horses has been purchasing hay from Sherrill Farms for about Four years now. The hay is top quality.

Posted by Raymond Richardson on Saturday, June 14, 2014

Equine Nutrition
Equine Nutrition

Equine diets start with forage. Whether it's pasture or hay, horses' digestive systems are built to absorb nutrients from daily grazing activity. Along with plenty of water, good, leafy hay that is free of dust and mold should make up the largest part of a horse's diet.

Hybrid Jiggs bermudagrass makes an excellent source of structural fiber in an equine diet. It's soft and leafy enough to tempt the pickiest eaters. Like all grass hay (i.e. timothy, tall fescue, etc.) Bermudagrass hay is naturally low in sugar and starch.

Here are some handy links for information on nutrition requirements for horses:

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