Inline Hay Trailers

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Re: Inline Hay Trailers

Postby RanchMan90 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:17 am

Image Something like this. Hay vans are actually made in my hometown.
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Re: Inline Hay Trailers

Postby Brute 23 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:05 am

Stocker Steve wrote:
Brute 23 wrote:A good hay van can be bought for $2-3K used. The big double dump or brand new ones are more more, but not bear the cost of a float.


What is a hay "van" ?


It's what people call the in line hay trailers that dump. There is actually a HayVan brand. Like a Crescent wrench. :)
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Re: Inline Hay Trailers

Postby jedstivers » Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:11 pm

dun wrote:The neighbor got around it by building a deal that mounts on his 3 point for pulling his gooseneck. Drops the gooseneck and loads it then hooks back up and hauls the hay to the desired site. Drops the gooseneck and unloads the hay.

I built one of those too
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Re: Inline Hay Trailers

Postby northcreek » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:46 am

The inline that I use is 42 ft long and I can move hay quickly with it. I like it because I don't have to tie it down, can see around it and I don't need but one tractor running at a time. I have noticed that 5x6 bales dump easier that 4x5s. I assume because they are not sitting as deep in the cradle therefore being more top heavy. I have yet to have one fall off until I wanted it to though.
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