Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: North Dakota, USA
We got basically the same one except ours was silver. I don't know how easily it would be to store round bales in but it did work for square bales. Round bales are round pretty tight, at least around here, and can be out in the elements better than square bales.
Depending on what size your square bales are, it should work for them. The ones we got were 50 lb bales. If I remember correctly, we could get around 200 in there with a little room to spare. Each row had 2 layers of 7 across, 2 more layers at 6 across and one more of 5. I think we could get 6 rows like that in there.
Some things about those shelters. If you get heavy snow, you have to keep the top cleared. They aren't song enough to support the snow. Also, do not try to get the skin/outside of it tight. That causes the poles to wear through and rip it.
After we bought ours and were putting it up, I noticed on the box that it said "Not designed for wind or snow." We were amazed because being sold here in ND and we get a lot of both!
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