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  1. #1
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    Default Hay resource sites--share them here!

    I'm sure this has been linked to at some point, but I thought I'd throw it on here so everyone knew about it:

    http://www.hayexchange.com/
    -my life-
    Translation
    fri [fri:] fritt fria (adj): Free
    skritt [skrit:] skritten (noun): Walk



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    We thought we'd repurpose this thread to provide one place to list websites/phone numbers for state-sponsored hay hotlines and other similar resources for locating hay in your area.

    Hope it's of help!
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    Default Montana Custom Hay

    We are a full service hay relocation specialist. We offer all types of hay at the lowest possible prices. We offer many programs to help suit your needs including a Share-A-Load program where we will match you with others along a route to get you however much or little hay as you need. Please call us at 406-538-6800 or visit our website www.montanacustomhay.com



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    Default hay pricing help

    from a conversation concerning price per bale vs price per ton:


    As for pricing these things, below is a simple comparision chart.We assume that every single bale every single time is 50 pounds...not less, not more, not from the edge of a fields, not molded, but put up dry and just perfect :>

    $4/bale = $160/ton

    $4.50/bale= $225/ton

    $5/bale = $200/ton

    $5.50/bale= $220/ton

    $6/bale= $240/ton

    $6.50= $260/ton

    $7/bale= $280/ton

    $7.50bale= $300/ton

    and so on

    but if the bales are all light...say
    38 pounds... let's look at the prices then:

    $4/bale= $212/ton

    $5/bale= $265/ton

    $6bale= $318/ton

    $7/bale= $371



    It's staggering the difference what less than two jugs of milk weighs, makes to you as the end consumer and your wallet.
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    I am one of the last 210,000 remaining full time farmers in America.We feed the others.



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    Default Virginia area hay

    Production Acres,Pro A Welsh Cobs
    I am one of the last 210,000 remaining full time farmers in America.We feed the others.



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    jlneal Guest

    Default Premium Hay

    For Hay and Grains go to ; http://agriservices-intl.com


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    The Hay Barn: http://www.haybarn.com/main/index.asp

    Hay for sale: http://www.hayforsale.net/

    These are from a helpful page of KY resources for hay:
    http://www.kyagr.com/marketing/forag...ughtrelief.htm


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