Enter the total number of bales of hay and the total cost into the calculator to determine the cost per bale of hay.

Cost Per Bale of Hay Formula

The following equation is used to calculate the Cost Per Bale of Hay.

CPBH = TC / #BH

  • Where CPBH is the cost per bale of hay ($/bale)
  • TC is the total cost ($)
  • #BH is the number of bales of hay

To calculate the cost per bale of hay, divide the cost of the hay by the number of bales.

What is the average Cost Per Bale of Hay?

In the United States, the average cost per bale of hay is $43.

The Average Cost Per Bale of Hay depends on several variables. Some factors that affect the cost per bale include hay quality, storage, location, and baling method.

The two main factors that contribute to the cost of hay are:

1. Quality – The overall quality of hay, how much leaf and stem it contains, and how much weed seed, insects, and other foreign material are present affect the cost per bale.

2. Quantity – The more you need, the more it costs! Having an ample hay supply on hand may help you get a better price. For example, if you need three bales of hay, you may be able to bargain better if you can purchase a total of six bales rather than three.