What You Need To Know About Moving Hay

Moving hay can be an all-day process especially if you are doing it by hand. Enter the hay spear which turns your tractor into a multi-use tool that saves you time in the field. Your animals get the hay they need. Running a farm has many tasks with a list that never seems to end. Using the right equipment can save you much needed time throughout your day.

Move More Faster

Hay spears come in a variety of options. They attach to your tractor and typically come with two to four spears. But a double bale hay spear makes moving two bales at once a walk in the park. Cut your work time in half with the heavy-duty mover. They easily attach to your tractor letting you move the hay even faster. Then remove the attachment and get back to whatever else your farm requires.

Large Round Bales 

Most farmers purchase large round hay bales to feed their herds of sheep, cattle, horses and goats. While some smaller farms may only need the small square or rectangular bales so common in the past, most farmers benefit from the large and heavy round bales that dot the fields along rural highways. The large size helps them last longer, but they still need proper storage to prevent rot.

Transportation Made Easy

Modern tractors take the task of feeding your livestock and make it ten times easier than our ancestors. Get even more out of your tractor with a hay spear that helps you move those bales from the ground to a storage outbuilding, barn or onto the back of a trailer for delivery.

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Keep your animals fed well throughout the winter months and the dry season with hay. Use hay spears to cut back on the time spent working and moving those bales around. What you use the extra time is up to you.