How Much Does a Bale of Cotton Weigh?


According to the National Cotton Council of America a bale of cotton weighs 500 pounds. This is different in weight from bales of hay or other crops. A hay bale only weighs up to 100 pounds which is much less than a cotton bale.
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A bale of cotton in the United States typically weighs 500 pounds.
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I have weighed a bale, actually several from different farms. I use a sample size of 10. The lightest string bales were 30 to 35 lbs from one farmer. The normal bales along the east
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A bale of cotton weighs about five hundred pounds. This is enough cotton to make about twelve hundred men's t-shirts or forty-three hundred mid-calf socks.
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