## How much space does 100 bales of hay take up?

An 1,100-pound horse eating 1.5 percent to 2.0 percent of its body weight per day in hay would eat 16.5 to 22.0 pounds per day, or in one year about 3 to 4 tons (100-120 bales of hay). Four tons of hay require 1,000 cubic feet of space or a storage area roughly 9 feet high and 11 feet x 11 feet (9′ x 11′ x 11′).

### How much space does 50 bales of hay take up?

So the hay takes up about 18x30x12 feet (4320 cubic feet). So, each ton takes up about 432 cubic feet. 50-75 square bales is about 3 ton? That would require around 1296 cubic feet.

#### How many bales can fit on a semi?

Semi Load Delivery (customer unloads) Load size from 15 ton to 32 ton, 500 to 950 small bales or 32 to 75 large square bales.

**How big is a 2 string hay bale?**

Small Hay Bales More common, though, are two-string bales which usually measure around 14” high x 18” wide x 35” long and weigh 50-60 lbs.

**How much space do you need for 200 bales of hay?**

At Horizon Structures the loft floors will take 60 pounds per square foot. Knowing that, if your bales weigh an average of 40 pounds, 36 x 16 x 18 inches in size (6 cubic feet), and you have a loft space 10-foot high and 12-foot square, you should comfortably fit 200 bales at 56 lbs. per square foot.

## How many bales of hay can 1 acre produce?

100 bales

With an average bale weight of around 40 pounds (with our Abbriata small square baler or any of our mini round balers), that’s 100 bales to the acre for a first cutting.

### How many bales of hay can you get off 1 acre?

But rule of thumb is that one tonne of hay is equal to approx 40/45 bales or 4 to 5 round bales and one acre would yield approx two tonnes of hay.

#### How much does a semi truck load of hay cost?

The Internet Hay Exchange lists average prices of $121 a ton for grass hay and $165 for alfalfa. Save money by buying in bulk, as in a semi-truckload, or buying bales still in the field.

**How much hay fits on a truck?**

You should be able to fit 3 bales in the section closest to the truck cab facing the same direction as the travel because of the wheel wells, have one bale facing perpendicular to travel behind the front section, and then with the tailgate down fit 4 more in the same orientation as the front section for the back …

**How much does a bale of hay sell for?**

“For the quality of the hay it’s a pretty good price … we’d only be looking at $30–$40 a bale in a normal year,” Mr Manser said. High prices have been reported at other clearing sales too, with pasture hay selling at a clearing sale in Kernot, Victoria, for roughly $450/tonne.

## How much is a bale of hay worth?

Hay bales by the ton.

Hay grade | Bale type | Min. price/ ton |
---|---|---|

Grade 1 | Small square | $160 |

Large square | $120 | |

Grade 2 | Small square | $120 |

Large round | $80 |

### How many small bales of hay are in a ton?

A ton: 2000# pounds of hay to the ton. A retail three string bale weighs 100 # there are 20 bales in a ton. A “feed store ton” can be 16 bales.

#### Will a round bale of hay fit in a pickup?

They are easy to put on the pickup truck to bring home. One will fit in a pickup IF you have an eight-foot-long truck bed, and IF you have a tractor to load it with (most places you buy them from will load it for you). It’s not so easy to get them out of the truck when you get home.

**What is an acre of hay worth?**

Equation: Estimated 4 tons per acre yield of 16% moisture hay at $200 per ton = $800 per acre value for all three cuttings; minus buyer’s cost of harvest and weather risk at $324 per acre assuming three cuttings (Table 1); equals the buyer’s maximum pay price: $476 per acre for three cuttings ($800 – $324 = $476).

**What’s the average weight of a hay bale?**

Hay bales can weigh between 40 lbs and 2,000 lbs. They come in two basic shapes, round and square. Round hay bales are usually quite large and weigh from 600 to 1,200 lbs. Square hay bales come in two size groups, small and large. Most small square bales can be handled manually.

## How many bales of hay can I store in a shelter?

I would like to store 700 to 800 bales of hay in an inexpensive storage shelter built by storage logic. The shelter is 12W x 28L x11H and the size of my bales are 2′ x 2′ x 4′ How many bales do you think I can store in this shelter? Thank you ! 210 bales. Align the 4′ length along the 28′ side, that is seven bales.

### How many rows of bales can you make in 12′?

In 12′ you can create 6 such rows, so there are 42 bales in the first layer. You can create five such layers in 10′, leaving a one foot space which appears to be unusable. 7 x 6 x 5 = 210 bales. This assumes the bales fit with no space between them and it is acceptable to have no aisles. Storage of Hay question again?

#### What do you do with a hay bale in RuneScape?

Hay bales comes in two shapes: rectangular and three-rounded. Searching it may result in you finding a needle or possibly having your finger hurt, or a message that says, “You find nothing of interest.” Both searchable and non-searchable hay bales may be used with an empty sack to make a hay sack . East of the Draynor Village lodestone.