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How Much Does A Bale Of Hay Cost In 2017? - How Coster


To give you an idea on the typical cost of a bale of hay, here are some sale bale of hay listings as provided by Internet Hay Exchange, horse hay prices from ...

Bale Price Calculator - Internet Hay Exchange


Bale Type. Average Price. Small Square Bales (No Alfalfa). 5.17. Small Square Bales (Contain Alfalfa). 9.5. Big Rounds (all types). 40.42. Hay Per Ton (not ...

How Do I Determine a Hay Price? - Hay/Grass - News | Agweb.com


May 29, 2015 ... In many instances, hay is purchased on a price per bale basis. ... several bales and determine an average weight when comparing hay prices ...

how much does one of those big rolls of hay sell for? [Archive ...


The price varies depending on the kind of hay (grass or legume), ... A quick search suggests that a round bale typically weighs around 1200 lbs ...

The Cost of Horse Hay | Stable Management


Dec 11, 2016 ... Maybe you can pay $3 a bale for grass hay, or you could be limited to higher ... The Internet Hay Exchange lists average prices of $121 a ton for ...

The Price of Horse Hay | The Feed Room


Jul 27, 2012 ... They varied from 36 to 40 pounds each, so we said an average of 40 pounds each. ... I now have to buy my hay and it is always by the bale.

Weekly Hay Market Demand and Price Report for the Upper Midwest


All hay prices quoted are dollars per ton FOB point of origin for alfalfa hay unless ... Straw prices in the Midwest averaged $4.38 per small square bale (range of ...

Two String Hay | Tractor Supply Co.


At Tractor Supply, you can find premium cubes, pellets, and chopped hay to supplement your horse's diet. We also have large, round hay bales for sale.

National Hay, Feed & Seed Weekly Summary PDF


TYPE, QUALITY. TON. RANGE. AVG. PRICE. Region 1: North Inter-Mountain. Alfalfa .... 75.00-100.00; Small square 3.00-4.50/bale (some alfalfa/grass mix).

USDA Weekly Hay Market Prices - Hay & Forage Grower


Forage Markets provides insight in the forage market prices and the costs associated with growing forages and the expenses of purchasing cattle feed.