Okay, bear with me since I don't currently raise cattle. Catttle and pasture operations are part of my landscape even though I don't, but I want to begin getting some 'smarts' about raising cattle. I figure I'll get straightforward answers here regarding some basics on hay and pasture fed cattle. 1. How many large round bales of hay is generally stored and eaten per head of cattle? 2. Roughly how many head of cattle per acre on decent grazing pasture that is mixed grass, trefoil, and clover? 3. How much is the cost of a large round bale of hay? 4. If you had a pasture and wanted to arrange with someone to rent it for their own cattle, how much should you expect to get per acre or per head for the use of pasture for the cattle during the growing season. 5. If you had a good hay pasture that you wanted to rent for someone to cut large round bales of hay, how much should money should you expect to get of each bale that is taken off? 6. If you had a pasture requiring new fencing to keep cattle so that the person wanting to rent that pasture for their own cattle, should they pay to have it fenced? ...assuming the rental for their cattle would be over several years that they would want? 7. If you had 100 acres of a hay field in recent production, would it be wise to utilize 50 acres in head of cattle and the other to grow 50 acres worth of hay? Is there any correlation to the amount of cattle on same acreage as acreage of hay? In other words would 50 acres of hay production in a normal year be enough to overwinter 50 head of cattle? I know, probably dumb guy questions. Do your best. Thanks.