What stores sell hay bales?
You can buy hay bales and straw from farm feed and supply stores like Tractor Supply, local plant nurseries and garden centers, craft stores like Michaels or Hobby Lobby, and home improvement stores like Lowe’s or The Home Depot. Below, we list where to buy straw and hay bales, including which sizes and types are available. 1. Walmart 2. Amazon 3.
How many hay bales do I Need?
Answer: 60 ÷ 12 = 5. You will get 5 days worth of hay from one bale. 2. For two horses, how many bales of hay would you need every ten days? Answer: 2 x 2 = 4. You would need 4 bales of hay. 3. Write this as a ratio. Answer: 2 : 4 or 2/4. 4. How many bales of hay would you need for 4 horses every ten days? Answer: 4 x 2 = 8.
How do you make hay bales?
Simply put, hay is grass, legumes or other herbaceous plants that are harvested, dried and compressed into bales for livestock feed. It’s most often cut while still green and allowed to dry in the field before it’s baled up. Typical hay crops are timothy, alfalfa and clover.
How many small hay bales equals one large round bale?
It depends on the weight of both the large round and small square hay bales. For example, if the round bale weighs 1,000 pounds, then it equals 20 of your 50-pound small square bales. If the large round-bale weighs 1,200 pounds and the small square bales weigh 40 pounds, then one large round hay bale would be equal to 30 small square bales.