Hay For Sale in Kansas
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.
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.
Organic Alfalfa. No fertilizers. No Herbicides or pesticides. I have 1,100 small square Alfalfa bales of first cutting hay! The first 500 where put up right away no bleaching & extra leafy! The last 600 had about 40 hundredths of rain on the rows because the baler & stacker wagon broke down. So the top bleached out for a few days while it dried but still pretty green on the inside. These bales have a good amount of leaves still as well. But due to that I’m willing to work on the price a bit.
4' wide large round bales of net wrapped grass hay. (7) different fields have all been tested with protein ranging from 6-8%, ADF and TDN both mid 40's. Can load any amounts quickly with scales very close. Put up dry without rain.
U.S.D.A. certified organic by ODAFF. Prairie hay with brome, & some tall clover. Smaller 45 -55 lb. square bales. Packed on the lighter side. Stored on covered hay wagon kept dry. Baled last weekend of July 2019.
U.S.D.A. certified organic by ODAFF. Prairie hay with brome, & some tall clover. Smaller 45 -55 lb. square bales. Packed on the lighter side. Stored on covered hay wagon kept dry. Baled last weekend of July 2019. If any questions please call: 785-218-7896.
Small square bales of brome hay. Good quality with no rain on it. Bales around 50-55 lbs. Prefect horse or small animal hay. Also have Brome and Native grass Hay from previous year. Good quality also, been kept inside all winter. Bales are a little lighter around 35-45 lbs. Will also be doing a second cutting of alfalfa to bale for small squares and large round.
1st - 3rd cuttings alfalfa. RFV of hay ranged from 130 to 175. Only a few received .10 rainfall on swathed hay. Moisture averaged 16%. 4x6 from an excellent JD 468 - net wrapped Ship @ $3.50 per loaded mile within 200 miles from home (67448)
BMR, 7% protein, 40% TDN. Nitrate and prussic acid are both low and safe. Windrows were never rained on. Cut at 20% beginning to head. 1,560lbs per bale. 3.25 wraps of net per bale. Baled with a NH 7090