What animal eats a bale of hay?
Domestic animals such as cows, horses and goats.
Hay is for horses.
Blake's horse eats about 3 bales of hay evary 6 days.About how many bales of hay does his horse eat in 32 days?
Since the horse eats 3 bales of hay every 6 days, you have to find out how much of a bale the horse eats in 1 day. You divide both by 6, getting that the horse eats 0.5 (1/2) of a bale of a day. You have to multiply this by 32. The answer is about 16 bales of hay. : )
The price of a bale of hay will vary according to the type of hay, the size of the bale and where you purchase it from. Hay can range from $5.00 and upwards depending on those factors.
No, a bushel of hay is not equal to one bale of hay. There is approximately twenty bales of hay in one bushel or string bale or hay.
We lost a bale of hay on that last turn, Speedo. I can get one more bale of hay loaded into the loft.
There are many ways one can decorate a round bale of hay. During the Halloween season, the bale can be painted orange and a face painted on the end of the bale.
The collective noun 'bale' is used for a bale of turtles or a bale of hay.
It is called a bail of hay. ANswer Hay bale.
It is called a bale of hay.
bale (like a bale of hay)
The collective nouns for hay are: a bale of hay a bundle of hay a stack of hay a truss of hay
A typical bale of hay usually costs between 2 and 10 dollars, depending on where you live
There are fifteen small bales of hay in a 3x3x8 square bale. The 3x3x8 square bale weighs 750 pounds and the small bales weigh 50 pounds.
close to $20/ bale of alfalfa
Taxis in Australia are NOT required to carry a bale of hay, and it is very unlikely that any of them do.
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.
It depends on the size of the bale, how the operator has the baler set up, and the type and quality of hay in the bale, but it should be somewhere between 800 and 2,000 pounds.
How do you make a hay flake??? A hay flake is a section of hay that freely breaks apart from the bale after you cut the twine. Soooo, I uess my answer would be- bale the hay and then cut the twine and remove the flake! Ta Da..... a hay flake is made! ;)
That really depends on the content of the square bale, whether it is comprised of straw or hay and the moisture content of that bale. On average a large square bale will weigh around or over half a ton.
The weight of a bale of hay is going to vary enormously according to what type of bale, size of the bale, type of hay and moisture level. A small two-string square bale typically weights 35 to 55 pounds. A larger three-string bale can weigh from 60 to 140 pounds on average. Round bales vary from 500 to 1200 pounds according to how tightly baled they are.
In a 3-wire bale there will be about 12-15 'flakes' or what you call slices. In a 2-wire there will be less.
It will depend on the type of hay and the grower, but basically you can figure on getting 14-18 feedings per bale.
A section of a bale of hay, to my knowledge has been called a leaf or a flake. I am from the midwest, USA. If there is another term, then I am unaware of it. Andrea
A bale of what? Hay? Straw? Lawn grass? Please be more specific!
That all depends on the size of the bale, the type of bale being sold and the composition of that bale. It also depends on your location.
The collective noun for chairs is a set of chairs. The noun bale is a collective noun for a bale of cotton or a bale of hay.
No, not a cake. It is called a flake of hay.
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.
There is no such thing. Hay is hay regardless if it's a part of a hay pile, part of a hay bale, or anything like that.
He was released on bail because the offence was minor. The bale of hemp had gotten damp overnight.
back in 1883 Jimmothy Halpert created the first bale of hay into a square. it seldomly changed ever since
I can buy one bale for under $5 locally.
It depends on how the baler was set. Most balers are adjustable in how much hay is packed into each bale, but on average, a bale will weigh about 700 pounds.
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.
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.
Depending on the size of the bale and type of fodder in the bale, usually somewhere between 50 and 2,000 pounds.
Use these steps. Sack Hay bale or haystack Bronze spear Watermelon It is constructed by using an empty sack on a hay bale or a haystack to make a hay sack. A bronze spear is then used on the hay sack, and finally the spear with a watermelon.
She Jumped Bale
Her job on the farm was to bale hay.
It jumped bale
a bale of hay. LOL
There is no simple answer to this question. From the time you cut the hay to the time you bale it completely depends on the weather and conditions. Your best bet is to get a moisture reader from your local agriculture store, this will allow you to test the moisture levels of the middle of the bale. This way you can make a couple of bales and then test it using the machine rather then… Read More
A small square bale of hay weighing between 40 to 75 pounds will be 19 inches by 16 inches by 36 inches.
It depends on the size of the bale and type of fodder in the bale. Usually somewhere between 50 and 2,000 pounds.
When he was out on bail, he helped his father to lift a heavy bale of hay.
Yes, the noun 'stack' is a standard collective noun for 'hay'. The other standard collective nouns for 'hay' are: a bale of hay a bundle of hay a truss of hay
A "group" of hay is referred to as a bale. This only applies if the hay has been gathered up by a machine called a baler. However, it can also be called a stack of hay if it is put into a stack, or a swath or swaths of hay if the hay has been cut but has not been gathered yet. Flakes of hay refers to the pieces that can be taken from a… Read More
There are about 12-18 flakes in a bale of alfalfa depending on the size of the bale. Horse can consume about 20 lbs of hay a day.
The noun 'bundle' is functioning as the collective noun in 'a bundle of hay'. The other standard collective nouns for 'hay' are: a bale of hay a stack of hay a truss of hay
It all depends on the size of the baler and how long the hay has dried.