Countries Total production China 32 million bales India 23.5 million bales U.S.A 12.4 million bales Pakistan 9.8 million bales Brazil 5.5 million bales Uzbekistan 4.4 million bales Australia 1.8 million bales Turkey 1.7 million bales Turkmenistan 1.1 million bales Syria… Full Answer
Many countries have modern cotton production facilities. The worlds largest producers are: People's Republic of China 32.0 million bales India 23.5 million bales United States 12.4 million bales Pakistan 9.8 million bales Brazil 5.5 million bales Uzbekistan 4.4 million bales… Full Answer
The top five cotton producing countries are: China at 25,500 thousand bales United States at 17,559 thousand bales India at 12,500 thousand bales Pakistan at 8,350 thousand bales Brazil at 4,400 thousand bales
Generally yes, if it's grass hay the big round bales will be cheapest, then the big square ones and lastly the small square bales will be most expensive. Alfalfa hay will cost more than grass hay of course.
An acre is 43,560 square feet. Most small square bales would lightly cover at least 2x10 ft, but more likely 2x15 ft . Therefore; 43,560 divided by 30 (if each square bale covers 30 sq/ft as an average) = 1,452… Full Answer
If by one roll of hay, you actually mean a round bale, it is approximately 40. The actual number depends on the density and size of either bale. With modern equipment becoming ever more impressive, I've heard of some round… Full Answer