Hay For Sale in Minnesota
Cubeit Hay- Premium alfalfa hay cubes grown and produced in Idaho. Why choose Cubeit? *Reduced waste No more hay being stomped into the ground creating a mess in your pasture. *Consistent nutrient content Cubes are sold with a guaranteed minimum nutrient content 15% protein, 0.16% phosphorus, 1.25% crude fat, 1.3% calcium, 30% crude fiber. *Less dust Cubes have less dust than traditional hay making them a safe choice for horses with respiratory problems. *Reduced storage requirements Approximately 3, 50lb bags of cubes take up the same amount of space as a single average sized small square bale. This also benefits those that travel, taking up less space in your trailer. *Long-term storage The cubes hold their nutritional content and have specific moisture content allowing for consistent quality and longer storage than traditional baled hay. *No added dyes or chemicals No sodium bentonite added. The unique cubing process does not require a binder like other companies. *No Soaking Required Traditional hay cubes require soaking in water to prevent choking. This is no long necessary with Cubeit hay. The cubes are soft and palatable for all horses including seniors. *Forage first feeding Many studies have showed the negative effects of highly processed feeds. With the high-quality nutrition of Cubeit hay you can ditch the grain while still maintaining a healthy horse. Pricing *Single 50lb bag $12.50 *Pallet (40 bags) $500 *Totes ( 2,000lb) $445 Contact info. We are a dealer located in Jordan, MN Please call Amanda at 952-239-8635
Large round hay bales: Mixed grasses, red clover, and alfalfa all put up dry. Scaled at 1350 lbs. each. Bales are 5x6 and twine wrapped. 280 bales first cutting and 75 second cutting. RVF is 98 with the full results available on request.
I have 3000 small square hay bales under the barn from previously organic ground. It is a mix of grass, clover, and alfalfa. The moisture content is a consistent 14.5 and it was cut at peak brix in mid day heat. The bales are around 45-50lb. each and I will sell in small or large lots.