The price is based on the US Hay and Straw pricing survey listed below and the average weight of different sizes of bales.
Timothy Hay is a grass that is cut before it has gone to seed for the purpose of feeding livestock (cattle, horses, sheep and goats). Timothy is relatively low in protein, but high in fiber and energy. This makes it easy to digest. Timothy, like other grasses, is cut, tedded, raked and baled in dry weather to prevent damage and the danger of fire when stored in a hayloft. The photo below shows hay that has been tedded and now raked into windrows preparing for baling.
There are four common sizes of bales:
The most current US Hay and Straw Price Survey information data is as follows in dollars per ton:
Hay and Straw Calculators