Brome for Sale
Brady Bunch Farms: Small squares Brome hay. Excellent horse quality-clean, horse and horse owner approved. No rain and stored in fully enclosed building. Twine tied. Brome fertilized February 19, baled June 13 2019. Pick up or possible delivery.
Brome was fertilized with an 80-30-30 blend, last Fall, and put up with no rain on it. Bales weigh 1,440 pounds, on average. Field is very clean of weeds. Asking $90 per ton, or $65/bale. Net wrapped. Will load them. (785)410-2196.
Sustainably grown brome hay, which has been tested for protein, mineral content, and nutrient digestibility. Click on the link for full test results: https://www.hopeandaprairiefarm.com/products Test performed by SDK Labs in Hutchinson , through K-State Research Extension in Lawrence.
4X5 net-wrapped bales of 2nd cutting Brome/Red-Clover/alfalfa mix hay (approx. 55 bales mostly brome and legume--no fescue) 4X5s baled with 2016 JD 459 megawide baler. Bales weigh about 1100 lbs and are end-wrapped. Bring a trailer and I will load You. All bales are stored in the barn. Price $45/bale if all bales purchased, $50/bale if less.
PREMIUM MOUNTAIN HAY | GRASS & ALFALFA | BARN STORED Nutritionally superior mountain grass hay (brome, rye, orchard) and alfalfa. GRASS Weight: 65lb (avge) Length: 36-40 inches Moisture content: 12% (avge) Crude Protein levels: 10–12% Digestible Energy: 0.82 to 0.86 Mcal/lb Calcium (Ca) and Phosphorus (P): 3:1 to 1:1 ratio ALFALFA Crude Protein: 15–22% Crude Fiber: 25.0% Non Structural Carb (NSC): 8.75-13.25% DE, Mcal/Lb: 1.06–1.32 Calcium: 1.28% Phosphorus: 0.24% Ca:P Ratio: 5.3:1