Silage hay will yield better quality and quantity of bales on average per acre ,with less quality loss compared to dry hay. A good way to get more bale's when hay is in short supply. When feeding , I found that a 4'x4 1/2' bale of silage compares to a 5'x5 1/2' bale of dry hay and some grain, to get equal feed values. Custom bale wet/dry hay 4' wide $10.00 per bale. 3 full wraps of Vemeer edge wrap on all bales , for strength , less stems poking out on silage hay , and help shed water on any dry hay stored out side. Crop cutter, optional, at $1.00 extra . Cut and rake is $10.00 per bale. Hauling ,the price depends on distance. Baler has the biggest tires available to be easier on your ground ,especially if on wet or recently tilled ground. To wrap wet or dry hay 4' wide in tubes @ $6.00 per bale and, 5' bales @ $6.50 per bale plus's all materials. If distance to get to your fields from my house or previous job is very far ,and ,or if job is too small ,crop to thin ,or ground too rough there may be a minnium to show up. We run fairly new equipment to limit breakdowns. For more information call Aaron @ 573-259-3724.
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