Baled Hay

Crop Cure lets you bale earlier and retain a higher feed value.

With Crop Cure added, you can bale any type of hay a lot earlier at a higher moisture content. This saves those valuable green leaves, which saves you money on purchased protein. Plus, Crop Cure helps in reducing dry matter loss of available nutrients. Crop Cure treated hay in storage stays cooler and fresher, even if it was baled with as much as 25% moisture.

With Crop Cure added, you can bale any type of hay a lot earlier at a higher moisture content. This saves those valuable green leaves, which saves you money on purchased protein. Plus, Crop Cure helps in reducing dry matter loss of available nutrients. Crop Cure treated hay in storage stays cooler and fresher, even if it was baled with as much as 25% moisture.

Using a preservative like Crop Cure can expand the window of opportunity for baling.

  • Bale any type of hay a lot earlier at a higher moisture content, saving those valuable green leaves.
  • Bale on that cloudy day when hay isn’t quite field-cured, thereby reducing the risk of rain damage.
  • Crop Cure saves you money by increasing the nutrients due to the retention of more leaves and small stems, thus reducing your need to supplement.
  • The higher the moisture when baled, the lower the dry matter losses and that means more available nutrients.
  • Livestock will go after Crop Cure treated hay because it is fresher and more palatable; and they will be getting more feed value in every mouthful.

Investment Benefits

  • 97% less mold spore growth
  • Treated bales remain cooler during sweat period
  • Bale at up to 25% moisture to retain more protein-rich leaves
  • 8-15% more dry matter is saved per acre
  • Improved palatability, appearance and smell

Used with All Forms of Dry Hay

  • Small square bales
  • Large square bales
  • Round Bales

How Crop Cure works for you!

Baling hay at 25% moisture vs. 15% moisture yields 2% more crude protein.

2% more protein = 40 lbs. additional protein per ton of hay, therefore less purchased protein supplement is needed!

Net Return of $3.50 per ton.