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HitchPin Natural Disaster Relief

Mother Nature doesn’t always make life in the agriculture industry easy. As we write this, farmers and ranchers in the Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma face emergency evacuations amidst out-of-control wildfire conditions fueled by dry air and high winds.

HitchPin is here to get hay into the hands of the farmers and ranchers who need them as soon as possible. HitchPin was built to connect buyers and sellers in the agriculture industry. We are waiving transaction fees for those who need it and those who can offer help with HayHelp2024.

If you are in NEED of hay…

1. Go to hitchpin.com.
2. Create an Account or Log In.
3. Create a Listing.
4. Select “Get Started – Buyer Listing.”
5. Choose the “Hay” category, then select “Hay Bales.”
6. Start your description with “HayHelp2024”. This will allow HitchPin to connect you with hay inventory near you.
7. Provide as many quality and quantity details as possible, along with any transportation needs.
For example: “HayHelp2024 – Looking for 100T of brome round bales in Canadian, Texas. Will need it delivered.

For a step-by-step walk through with photos, click here.

If you have hay to DONATE/SELL…

1. Go to hitchpin.com.
2. Create an Account or Log In.
3. Create a Listing.
4. Select “Get Started – Seller Listing.”
5. Choose the “Hay” category, then select “Hay Bales.”
6. Follow the listing creation process below and then publish your listing.

  • Set your price with $/bale or $/ton
  • If you are making a bale donation, enter 0 for the price; otherwise, enter your discounted or asking price.
  • Enter the number of bales or tons you have available.
  • If you have trucks available, you can add delivery to your listing at this stage of the process.
  • Select how you would like to charge for delivery. If you would like delivery to be free of charge, select a pricing structure and enter 0.
  • Enter the coupon code HAYHELP2024 in the Discount section.
  • Enter HAYHELP2024 as the Subtitle. This will allow HitchPin to connect you to farmers and ranchers in need.

For a step-by-step walk through with photos, click here.

If you’d like to donate or provide trucking services, create a seller listing in the “Trucking” and then “Hay Trucking” category. Be sure to include HayHelp2024 in your trucking description.

HitchPin is committed to making this a simple, secure process and will waive transaction fees using the HAYHELP2024 coupon. If you have questions or need assistance, Emilie from our Community and Business Development Team is available to help. Email emilie@hitchpin.com or call/text 785-522-4278.


Step-by-step walkthrough if you are in NEED of hay:

1. Go to hitchpin.com.
2. Create an Account or Log In.
3. Create a Listing.
4. Select “Get Started – Buyer Listing.”


5. Choose the “Hay” category, then select “Hay Bales.”


6. Start your description with “HayHelp2024”. This will allow HitchPin to connect you with hay inventory near you.

7. Provide as many quality and quantity details as possible, along with any transportation needs.
For example: “HayHelp2024 – Looking for 100T of brome round bales in Canadian, Texas. Will need it delivered.

Step-by-step walkthrough if you have hay to DONATE/SELL:

1. Go to hitchpin.com.
2. Create an Account or Log In.
3. Create a Listing.
4. Select “Get Started – Seller Listing.”


5. Choose the “Hay” category, then select “Hay Bales.”


6. Follow the listing creation process below and then publish your listing.

6a. Set your price with $/bale or $/ton

6b. If you are making a bale donation, enter 0 for the price; otherwise, enter your discounted or asking price.

6c. Enter the number of bales or tons you have available.

6d. If you have trucks available, you can add delivery to your listing at this stage of the process.

6e. Select how you would like to charge for delivery. If you would like delivery to be free of charge, select a pricing structure and enter 0.

6f. Enter the coupon code HAYHELP2024 in the Discount section.

6g. Enter HAYHELP2024 as the Subtitle. This will allow HitchPin to connect you to farmers and ranchers in need.