If they reach an agreement and the negotiated price is US$210 per acre, the price per cut for the first cut would be US$140 per hectare and US$70 per hectare for the second average, with an average yield percentage of 66:34. This example shows that with the current increase in production costs of 3 tonnes or less per hectare, hay yields are not always profitable for both parties. For low-yield stocks, it is recommended to rotate and set up new hay stocks. Who bears the costs when the weather gets bad, especially when the pilot camp is about to squeeze the balls or is tight or if it was on the ground when it rains? In all these scenarios, the result will be the lining with reduced quality and dry matter (DM) yield. .