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0412 448 835
Camden Hay
hay making

We have been making hay for 30 years.

These are important factors for both hay and silage

  • Inspect your paddock with careful walk over of paddock to ensure the path is clear for the $50,000 mower
  • Check if the window of weather is favourable to give at least 7 days
  • Mow the paddock
  • Let the mown hay wilt to dry


For silage

  • After no more than 48 to 72 hours bale the hay into a round bale with Edgewrap net
  • Wrap the baled hay immediately in Silotite plastic
  • Stack the bales in the corner of the paddock

For hay

  • Rake the cut hay into windrows
  • Check the hay water content with a moisture meter
  • Turn the hay with a rake to ensure even drying until the moisture content is down to within the range of 11% to 14%
  • Bale the hay into either round bales or small squares
  • Stack or move bales of hay in to covered storage

Call Nick on 0412 448 835 to discuss any aspects of the hay making process.



Sowing


Mowing


Baling

Wrapping Silage

Camden Hay : Making Hay


Camden Hay : Making Hay