Hay for Sale Alberta

Hay for Sale Alberta

76 mixed grass hay bales 1420 lb average net wrapped Feed Analysis available. Will load. South of Cochrane.

76 mixed grass hay bales 1420 lb average net wrapped
Feed Analysis available. Will load. South of Cochrane.

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Baled with no rain.

Do you have any left and what price

Is this hay still available?

Is any hay still available?

1100 2nd cut round hard core hay bales 13-1400lbs and 600 barley/wheat straw for sale, contact Ben for more info. 780-819-4203 located near Warburg.

1100 2nd cut round hard core hay bales 13-1400lbs and 600 barley/wheat straw for sale, contact Ben for more info. 780-819-4203 located near Warburg.

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Price per bail? Or per pound? (As of april 2024)

- Alfalfa Haylage Bales for Sale. - 40%-50% moisture. - 20% crude protein. - Nutrition analysis available upon request. - Loading and delivery services available upon request. - $195-$205 per bale. - Weights ranging from 1500lbs-1600lbs.

- Alfalfa Haylage Bales for Sale.

- 40%-50% moisture.

- 20% crude protein.

- Nutrition analysis available upon request.

- Loading and delivery services available upon request.

- $195-$205 per bale.

- Weights ranging from 1500lbs-1600lbs.

- Please contact Darren @ 403-874-9699 to make an order or for any inquiries.

Oat Silage Bales for sale near Evansburg - made with a CLAAS 455 Rollant Uniwrap baler - extremely dense, tight bales that weigh 1,500 - 1,800 lbs and I can weigh with my tractor loader - easily transported - made at the mature phase of plant growth - moi

Oat Silage Bales for sale near Evansburg
- made with a CLAAS 455 Rollant Uniwrap baler
- extremely dense, tight bales that weigh 1,500 - 1,800 lbs and I can weigh with my tractor loader
- easily transported
- made at the mature phase of plant growth
- moisture is approximately 45-55% - bales individually wrapped with 12 wraps
If you have not tried silage bales before there are several advantages:
- plant quality starts to degrade immediately upon cutting; this feed was made within 24-48 hours of cutting
- preserves the feed through fermentation with minimal nutrient and harvest loss (more fine material such as plant leaves are captured in the bale silage process)
- high moisture and lack of air within the sealed bale promotes fermentation with preserves forage quality
- silage is more easily digestible and more palatable resulting in better feed utilization and less feed loss / wastage
Call Ben at 780-220-3575