Best Hay Shed Price
AFIA sponsor and official shed supplier, Entegra Signature Structures, has been busy organising Hay Shed installations for orders taken at recent field days from a large number of farmers choosing to cut hay with difficult growing conditions extending into the harvest period. Entegra is offering the best offer to AFIA members with the 1000 bale hay shed price starting from $49,980 (excl. GST) with $500 cashback to the client and $500 to Rural Aid Australia, a not profit fund getting fodder and hampers to farmers doing it tough.
The in-house design and engineering team at Entegra has optimised structural sheds at 3 size options with the 1000 bale hay shed priced at $49,980 excluding GST and installaiton (this price is still current for the beginning of the 2020 year). This is the best value hay shed of its type in the market at 32 metres long, with 4 x 8 metre bays (3 hay bales wide per bay), 18 metres deep (15 bales) and with a 6 metre eve height (5/6 bales high). Entegra is maintaining 2019 pricing for this hay shed and as an added bonus we’re offering hot dipped galvanised columns as standard (still pregal trusses).
For many farmers the 1700 bale hay shed is the sweet spot, with this size being our most popular. Give our design team a call and we will price 5 x 8 metre bays (3 hay bales wide per bay), 21 metres deep (17 bales) and 6 metres high at the eaves. At this size, hay farmers are often adding a girder truss to increase one of the bays to 16 metres for farm machinery and other plant or equipment access. Economies of scale are maximsied with the 2500 hay bale shed with 48 metre length, so x 8 metre bays (3 hay bales wide per bay) and 24 metre depth (20 bales deep). The extra height at 6.75 (6/7 bales) is affording more options with girder trusses. These sheds are pre-engineered and so are the best value, cheapest sheds available from Entegra.
Entegra has been customising all types of large hay sheds for more than 35 years, with customers including Mallee Hay, Hay Australia, Gilmac and JCT. Entegra pioneered the ‘roof lift’ method of putting sheds together on the ground before using cranes to lift the roof and swing the columns into position. AFIA members are also able to customise sheds to also be able to store heavy machinery with wider bays (up to 12m) or by removing a column by inserting a girder truss. Also talk to Entegra about upgrading to box gutters and hot dipped galvanised columns and trusses. There are significant savings to be had and Entegra still have installation dates for this calendar year, if farmers act quickly to place their order, by phone 1300 296 206 and on their website www.entegra.com.au