Excellent quality hay bales, used as a feed for horses and other animals. Grown, cut and baled here on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire to exceptionally high standards.
Hay bales are a staple for any horse owner. They provide the necessary roughage to keep your horse healthy and happy. But not all hay is created equal! We at Fleet Farm believe that our hay is the best there is because it comes from right here in Lancashire, so it’s fresh and environmentally friendly as well as being high quality. Not only do we grow hay on our own farm, but we also offer next day delivery service in most areas of England, Wales and Scotland.
As used by the 60+ horses and ponies on our own yard, plus the entire menagerie of horses, pigs, ponies, goats, deer, alpacas and more next door at Farmer Parrs Animal World!
FREE NEXT DAY P&P via DPD to UK Mainland only, excluding Highlands and Islands!! We can ship our hay bales anywhere in the world, please ask for a delivery price.
We welcome bulk orders and can accommodate any requests for bulk hay bales or barley straw bales. We also manufacture and supply large round bales.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does a hay bale weigh?
Standard small bales weigh approximately 20kg, although this weight can vary between 16kg and 22kg depending on how finely the hay has been chopped and how much it has been compressed. Water content also plays a part.
What are the dimensions of a bale of hay?
Our standard hay bales are approximately 100cm x 40cm x 60cm
How much does a hay bale cost?
A standard bale can be bought for around £4.50 in our store, if you are able to collect it from us and transport it home yourself. Packaging and delivery adds considerably to this cost, but we can usually have it with you next working day from order.
How is hay made?
This is a question we get asked often. Hay bales are produced by harvesting the grass once it reaches its peak of growth and then curing this green hay in dryers which reduces water content to make it more palatable for horses.