A baler, most often called a hay baler is a piece of farm machinery used to
compress a cut and ... Variable-chamber large round balers typically produce
bales from 48 to 72 inches ... Marketed for t...
Bale weight affects not only the amount of hay be- .... nomical to transport large “
square” bales than round ... To determine the average bale weight, divide the.
Aug 15, 2014 ... As well as normal small square bales, we also have big squares (8' x 4' x 3') for
people wanting bulk hay (contact us for wholesale enquiries by ...
Jun 27, 2015 ... Which size bale? Small rectangular ones could weigh as little as 40 pounds up to
... The large 3x3x8, 3x4x8 and 4x4x8 "square" bales run maybe 800 to... ... What
is the average size of a hay bale? How do you determine the ...
Cattle ranches use large round bales, typically 4 to 6 feet in diameter and ... Good
average protein on horse quality Alfalfa hay is 17 to 19%. ... Small square bales
weigh from 50 – 70 pounds and can be easily hand separated into "flakes.
That's why he purchased a Kuhn 1290 large square baler last year. Currier and
his ... This rancher estimates that some of his alfalfa bales weigh 1,400 pounds. ...
The LSB 1290 has saved him time and money when transporting hay bales. He
loads ... Then the RPMs can be sped back up to normal and baling continued.
May 29, 2015 ... Then there are round bales, large square bales, and small square bales ... bales
and determine an average weight when comparing hay prices ...
When buying or selling bales of hay or baleage, one should know the tonnage ...
As a result, the only choice may be to estimate the average weight of the bales.
The average square hay bale weighs approximately 50 pounds. ... If your horse is
losing weight, you must either feed more hay or add more grain to his daily diet to
maintain a healthy weight. ... How Big Does a Horse Stall Need to Be?
Sep 12, 2014 ... Square bales can be broadly broken down into two groups – those that ... 120 x
120 'Hesstons' are only suitable for hay and straw – they cannot be wrapped. ...
but they are quite large, and even a 4 foot bale would take a single horse at ... If
bales 1.2m long, they weigh approx 225 – 250kg and can just ...