Silage / Straw / Hay Price Tracker

Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by sleepy, Feb 14, 2013.

  1. Sheepykid

    Sheepykid Member

    Would your barley at £75 be feed quality straw? An how far into the southwest would you get at that money? Like mid Cornwall?
     
  2. puntabrava

    puntabrava Member

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    £80 ton now for golden spring barley for feed to mid Cornwall. Your quoting a month old post.
     
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  3. Sheepykid

    Sheepykid Member

    Sorry. I didn't look at the date on the post. Would you deal in oats or wheat of a good bedding quality as well?
     
  4. puntabrava

    puntabrava Member

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    Have lots of feed quality wheat straw. Do not touch oat straw, I hate the stuff.
     
  5. kfpben

    kfpben Member

    Location:
    Mid Hampshire
    Anyone heard any prices on good quality, dry round bale Haylage?

    I have 400 bales to shift. Neighbouring farmer bought it last year but he has heaps of his own this year. Based in Hampshire.

    Before anyone mentions it- I know hauliers don't like rounds.
     
  6. SPTLTD

    SPTLTD Member

    Not all hauliers dislike them ;) fond a buyer and il happily gove you a price for haulage
     
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  7. Lincs

    Lincs Member

    I'd imagine it isn't viable but how much to have it delivered to spalding in Lincolnshire? @SPTLTD and how many bales would you get on?
     
  8. puntabrava

    puntabrava Member

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    i will take some at £7
     
  9. Surgery

    Surgery Member

    Location:
    Oxford
    Bugger
     
  10. Gatehouse Farm

    Location:
    Kent
    Me too, is that delivered?
     
  11. puntabrava

    puntabrava Member

    Location:
    Wiltshire
    ?
    I was just after a bit for my own cattle and would pick it up myself. I doubt he would accept, but I'm certain he won't deliver for that price:blackeye:
     
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  12. kfpben

    kfpben Member

    Location:
    Mid Hampshire
    Ouch- sold it for £15 a bale last year. Farmer collected it.
     
  13. Gatehouse Farm

    Location:
    Kent
    I was only joking
     
  14. hoff135

    hoff135 Member

    Location:
    scotland
    anyone know what i should be paying for round bale silage, collecting off farm myself. average quality, north scotland. thanks
     
  15. Spencer

    Spencer Member

    Location:
    North West
    I would have thought you should if your collecting it..... Or the chap your buying it off..?:rolleyes:
     
  16. RAF

    RAF Member

    Location:
    staffs
    £14
     
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  17. Coximus

    Coximus Member

    22 for 4ft 6 string 120/90 very dry haylege, West Yorkshire. Weight 300kg.
     
  18. AdvisorBenny

    AdvisorBenny New Member

    I have plenty of winter wheat straw available and some spring wheat straw left if any body is looking for some. Own wagon so able to deliver. Check out my Facebook if you want to have a look;

    https://m.facebook.com/BMBoothmaAG/

    Competitive prices.
     
  19. oxfordman

    oxfordman New Member

    Location:
    oxfordshire
    Any wheat straw for sale near banbury?
     
  20. smallholder99

    smallholder99 New Member

    any old season silage bales available in pembs for below £10 ?
     

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