Purchase wheat straw by contacting farms such as Aden Brook and Fisher Alfalfa and place a phone order. You can buy wheat straw from home improvement stores such as Lowes, or visit Amazon.com and purchase wheat straw from various sellers. Farms offer a choice of wheat straw varieties while other sources commonly sell basic straw.
Aden Brook farm sells several varieties of wheat straw in bales, and customers can visit its website for information about each variety. Aden Brook sells bright wheat straw in two-string, three-string and large square bales. This type of straw is commonly used for bedding livestock such as mares and yearlings, and customers can purchase truck and trailer loads. This farm sells wheat straw for mulching in two-string bales, and it is clean and certifiably free of weeds. Fisher Alfalfa sells clean wheat straw grown in Kansas, and customers can choose between concave and rotor bales.
Ordering wheat straw from a farm requires making special shipping and delivery arrangements. Alden Brook delivery options include full-service delivery, small delivery, company truck and freight truck delivery. Small quantities of wheat straw are available at Lowes and Amazon.com. Retailers sell bundled wheat straw, or the straw is loosely packaged in a bag, box or plastic container. Wheat straw is often used for mulching home gardens, as seed cover or for controlling soil erosion.