Next up is a government auction we don’t come across very often. Currently up for bid is one lot consisting of 48 bales of hay that are around three years old and consist of a mixture of brome and timothy grasses. These bales have been certified weed-free and have been stored as a single layer on the ground. These bales are described to be free of mold or rot, and still green on the inside. The hay is located at Stephens Creek Barn in Yellowstone National Park. Those interested in bidding are encouraged to inspect the hay prior to casting their bids. Round bales, such as these, are a bit harder to handle than their square counterparts since they cannot be stacked quite as easily, but they compress the hay more tightly and are more moisture resistant. These types of bales typically weight 660-880 lbs, so the winner of this auction will be walking away, or rather driving away, with over 30,000 pounds of hay. Hay bales of this size typically sell for around $34 per large round bale, so this entire lot could be worth over $1,600. There is currently just one bid of $50 for the entire lot. This online auction will be ending in exactly 4 days 18 hours and 3 minutes so if you’d like to find out more about it then all you have to do is activate your free trial account right now!