Bought a 1000lb roundbale, cost 60 bucks. Went with the old man 3 miles to go get it this morning. Coming down the hill (well mountain, we live in an alpine region), he slides around the corner & hits the snowbank. Truck is stuck & the roundbale falls off. Lovely, oh & no cell service. Anyways, walked a few miles home, got the car, met the tow truck, cost $134 for the tow & the winch putting the roundbale back in the truck (there's my $194, gone). My gluttons were happy to have free choice hay again. They don't get roundbales very often, only when I go away to make things easier on my son who looks after things. Sunday 11am they got it. I am leaving on Tuesday will be back Friday night, doubt there will be much left. Anyone care to wager? Picture is of the bale only after it has been in the pasture 15 minutes, I just went to get the camera, they already had a few pounds gone & I hadn't even taken off the baler twine yet. By the way, they had their normal baled hay for breaky, only an hour before. I own hogs, yes.