Want your hay to retain its quality and value for as long as possible? Sure. Who wouldn’t.
One of the easiest and best ways you can do this is by storing it indoors.
According to North Dakota State University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture,”Studies have shown outdoor storage losses range between 5 and 35 percent depending on the amount of precipitation, storage site location, and original condition of the bale.Storage losses are usually reduced by approximately two-thirds with indoor storage…”
“Storage losses can be significant, depending on the amount and type of precipitation, type of bale, and storage method. In some cases, it may be necessary to use indoor storage to preserve nutrients in high quality hays.” NDSU & USDA
Flexible designs for hay shelters
Integrity hay sheds can be configured in a variety of ways: sheeted walls to the ground on one or more sides, roof and posts only and more.
What to look for in a hay shed
While everyone’s needs vary, below is a quick list of options to consider for your shelter:
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