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How to Bale Hay
Hay is a staple food for livestock during the winter months. Learning how to bale hay requires patience. With today's big hay balers, it's a much easier task. However, the farmer is still dependent on the weather and growing conditions to bale hay that... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Baling[edit]. See also: Baler.

Jun 27, 2007 ... Finally weather dry enough to cut and bale! ... Baling Hay. Carol Haggerty. Loading... Unsubscribe from Carol Haggerty? Cancel Unsubscribe.


A baler, most often called a hay baler is a piece of farm machinery used to compress a cut and raked crop into compact bales that are easy to handle, transport, ...


Aug 1, 2013 ... Now that you've cut the hay you need to know when it's dry. The way I learned to see if it is dry is to reach under the windrow and feel the ...


Mar 23, 2015 ... Tedding, the next step in haymaking, fluffs up the cut hay and allows the air and sun to contact the undersurfaces to promote drying.Photo by: ...


How to Bale Hay in the Round. There are three main types of bales that can be made for feeding livestock: small square bales, large square bales and large ...


Terry Grossman provides a detailed guide to growing, harvesting, and baling hay for your homestead.


Feb 18, 2009 ... Anyone can put up enough hay by hand for a hutch of bunnies or a pet lamb. A mechanically minded hobby farmer can easily bale plenty for a ...