screw top 2.5 gallon container of haymaker fertilizer with blue label with hay bales over blue background of rolled bales

Available at Atwoods, Murdoch’s and Tractor Supply Co.

Farmers —you can purchase direct with a minimum pallet purchase.

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Hay Maker® Product Information & Documentation

HAY MAKER® Slow Release Nitrogen Fertilizer

Hay Maker® 18-3-4 is a slow-release liquid foliar fertilizer with micronutrients that increases protein, yield and forage productions. Developed for use on all grass types, it’s a great choice whether you’re looking for the best fertilizer for green grass, pasture or hayfield.

  • Foliar feeding provides a quicker nitrogen uptake while our unique slow-release nitrogen, urea triazone, penetrates the leaf and provides two weeks of sustained feeding that won’t wash off in the rain.

  • Our potassium acetate is the most efficient (84% absorption) and the safest (less chance of plant burn).

  • The sustained release of nutrients along with the amino acids increases photosynthetic activity in the leaf, increasing chlorophyll, resulting in a quick grow back and incremental protein levels in plant tissue.

  • Increases protein content—university test proven (+30%).

  • Can be tank mixed with any herbicide and applied at the same time.

  • One 2.5 gallon jug can treat 3 acres!

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What is Hay Maker?

Hay Maker is a foliar fertilizer containing slow-release nitrogen formulated to increase forage production of pastures and increase hay yield and protein content. Hay Maker is an environmentally responsible alternative to harsh chemicals.

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