Good quality alfalfa will be about $185 a ton (large square bales) Good grass hay will be about$90 a ton(large round bales) Crappy grass hay will run around $65 a ton (that is mainly for cattle though, I wouldn’t feed it to my horse). (large round bales)
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How much does a square of hay cost?
UWEX keeps up with the weekly hay market demand, as well as what the price report is for the upper Midwest area. In March of 2011, for example, a small square of prime hay was $179 on average, a small grade 1 hay bale is $90 per ton, and a small grade 2 hay bale averaged $62 per ton.
How much does a Grade 1 hay bale cost?
Grade 1 鈥?A Grade 1 hay bale may cost around $170 per ton. Grade 2 鈥?A Grade 2 hay bale would go from $80 to $170. However, the estimated average price per ton is $118. Grade 3 鈥?An average cost for Grade 3 hay bale per ton would be about $92, $50 being the minimum and $170 being the maximum.
How much does alfalfa hay cost for a horse?
Let鈥檚 say you want to order a ton of alfalfa hay in bales, each of which weighs 120 pounds and costs $15 per pound. Here is how to find out your expenses: A ton / bale weight x bale price = 2,000 lbs. / 120 lbs. x $15 = about $250 for a ton of hay. Now, if you want to store enough alfalfa for one horse to eat the whole year, you will pay:
How much does Hay cost in Arizona?
If you want hay to contain alfalfa or Bermuda grass, then it will be more expensive. On average, you can expect to pay between $10 and $18 for alfalfa and between $14 and $20 for Bermuda grass hay in Arizona. At Conway Feed, alfalfa hay is available for $10-13.50 and Bermuda grass hay for $15.