Nevada Hay Growers Certified Public Scale is located at 41 S. Hwy 339 Yerington, NV 89447. Office hours are:
Monday thru Friday from 6:00am - 800pm
Saturdays 8:00am - 4:00pm
Closed on Sunday and all Major Holidays.
Whether you're weighing a load of hay, onions, lettuce, metal or just curious about what your vehicle weighs the staff at NHGA can help!
Weight Certificate Charges (CASH ONLY):
$10.00 for Certified Weigh-master Certificate
$10.00 for Certified Axle (1st weigh)
$2.00 for each additional Certified Axle
(must be weighed in a 24 hr. period)
In need of one bale or twenty the Hay Growers
self-serve hay barn offers horse quality alfalfa and/or alfalfa/grass mix year round.
All customers are required to weigh.
Current Hay Barn Prices:
$295.00 per ton - Alfalfa
$315.00 per ton - Grass/Alfalfa Mix
All Prices Subject to Change Without Notice.
Nevada Hay Growers
Made locally by one of our growers, Nevada Hay Growers is proud to offer our customers alfalfa or cereal mix cubes (85% alfalfa 15% wheat or grass).
All bagged cubes (50lb bags, 1000lb or 2000lb tote) can be purchased through Nevada Onion office located at 61 Bowman Ln. Bagged cube loading hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00am - 3:00pm. Closed for lunch from 11:45am-1:15pm. Closed Saturday and Sundays.
Large quantity/specialty orders require up to 7-10 business days notice, please order by calling Nevada Onion at 775-463-3642.
Bulk cube loading hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00am - 4:45pm, Closed for lunch from 11:45am-1:15pm; Saturdays hours are 8:00am - 12:00pm. No orders will be accepted after 11:45am on Saturdays; Closed on Sunday.
Current Cube Prices:
$180.00 per ton bulk-cereal mix
$210.00 per ton bulk-straight alf
$210.00 - 2000 lb. tote - cereal mix
$230.00 - 2000 lb. tote - straight alf
$110.00 - 1000 lb. tote - cereal mix
$130.00 - 1000 lb tote - straight alf
$6.50 per 50 lb. bag / $260.00 per ton (40 bags per ton) - cereal mix
$7.00 per 50lb. bag / $280.00 per ton (40 bags per ton) - straight alf
All Prices Subject To Change Without Notice.
Nevada Hay Growers and Nevada Onion not responsible for any damages caused to vehicles while loading.