The Hay Manager

info@thehaymanager.com
The Hay Manager
24064 478Th Ave
Trent, South Dakota 57065
www.thehaymanager.com
Call Us at 605-633-0038
info@thehaymanager.com

Grass Fed Beef
Round Bale Feeder
Goat Meat
Hay Feeders
Alfalfa Hay
Trent, South Dakota

Welcome

The Hay Manager is a round bale feeder that was first built in 1997.  The idea refined by Ted Lacey was created as a farmer to save hay from spoiling in the feeder.  It has a useful purpose of feeding hay to livestock.

We are a family-farm based business out of Trent, SD.  Our goal is to save others money by setting them up with a way to feed hay in an efficient manner.

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Livestock Feed
Horse Feeders
Cattle Feeder
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Trent, South Dakota
About Us

Due to the variability of steel costs, the price of our hay feeder also varies.  Current base price is $815 for a cow feeder (plus tax, and if applicable, shipping and handling). We estimate, conservatively, that feeding 30 cows, this hay feeder will pay for itself in 75 days.  Additionally it will save your hay (paying for itself) after that, and will easily last 10 years.

Call Us at 605­-633­-0038
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The Wisdom Of Stockpiling Perennial Pastures

When it comes to livestock and crops, planning ahead always makes sense. This is especially true for grazing operations. Advanced planning in late summer allows you to come up with a strategy for stockpiling a portion of perennial pastures. Read more to know about the wisdom of stockpiling perennial pastures.   Read More
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Preserving The Life Of Stored Hay

If you want to get the most bang for your buck out of your forage, it is vital that you store your hay well. Poorly-stored hay will deteriorate quickly and leave you liable to incur significant financial losses. Here are some storage tips to avoid such a disaster. Read more to know about preserving the life of stored hay.   Read More
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Growing Concern In The Dairy Industry Regarding Forage Inventory

There is growing concern in the dairy industry about forage inventory. Specifically, the lack of high-quality forage. Thankfully, there are options that can stretch forage inventory and allow for lower quality forages to be used without negatively impacting milk yields. This is good news for the dairy industry already dealing with poor economic conditions. Read more to know about Growing concern in the dairy industry regarding forage inventory.   Read More
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Our Specialities
Grass Fed Beef, Round Bale Feeder, Goat Meat, Hay Feeders, Alfalfa Hay, Trent, South Dakota
Services Offered

Cow Feeders


Bale Feeders


Horse Feeders


Sheep Feeders


Save Money with our Efficient Bale Feeders


Trent, South Dakota

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