It depends on where you live. In the prairies it's going to be cheaper than somewhere that they have to be shipped in. Usually you'd be looking at between $2 and $10.
A typical bale of hay usually costs between 2 and 10 dollars, depending on where you live
Sorry, but the larger the bale, the higher the cost.
close to $20/ bale of alfalfa
I can buy one bale for under $5 locally.
20,000 - 60,000
Depending on the size of the bale and type of fodder in the bale, usually somewhere between 50 and 2,000 pounds.
It depends on the size of the bale and type of fodder in the bale. Usually somewhere between 50 and 2,000 pounds.
Usually its around 90 to 100 sheets in a bale of tissue paper...
$6 in New Hampshire
$40-$50 million pounds
It depends where you look, but on average the cost is around $2-$10.
About $13.00 per bale or $230 per ton as of February 1, 2014.
A square bale of hay will vary in cost according to what type of hay it is, how much it weighs, where it was grown, who is selling it, and many other factors. You can expect to pay from $5.50 and up from there.
it depends on the quality of the hay if a square bale contains alalfa then it should cost around 5 dollars in West Virginia. A round bale costs 10 dollars from a farm. but if you purchase it at southern states it will be 6 dollars for a lesser quality of a square bale
about half as much as a normal horse of one flake from a hay bale a day.
The cost of horse hay varies by region and the type of hay. You can expect to pay anything from $5 a bale up to $14 a bale average for a two or three string bale of grass or grass/alfalfa mix hay. Straight alfalfa will cost more.
A small square bale of hay weighing 30-60 pounds will vary in cost by type of hay and region. You should however expect to pay no less than $6 for one bale of that size.
The cost to produce one bale of hay will vary greatly from farm to farm. It all comes down to the price of the seed, the fertilizers used, the cost of the equipment, the amount of irrigation that may be needed and the cost of the labor to name just a few variances. Typically hay farms mass produce their hay and split the total amount of overhead per bale to get an average price. So if producing just one bale then it will cost you however much all of your overhead will be to grow it.
depends what store. usually.... for normal piercing places.... eh.. about likee 30;;
twelve dollars, more or less.
A bale of hay differs based on the country it is being sold in. In South Africa it usually costs about 180 for a metric ton.
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Depends on where you are, I am sure...but here in SC they are $125 to $150 each
For 1 bale of hay, i believe it is $10 in Canada and the USA