Might be an opportunity for more people to do this. Check out www.bunnybale.com. These folks take a standard bale of timothy or alfalfa hay and repackages it into six pound packages which they sell for $9.80 plus S&H. On eBay do a search on Hay, then Home and Garden, then Animal Supplies. I'm wondering if someone couldn't just use a standard trash compactor to create a bale. Line it with a clear plastic bag, compact, tie off and then put on a PC-generated label. To ship, put it inside a paper grocery bag, seal and send. And, yes, they could just go and buy a regular bale of horse-quality hay at a feedstore a lot cheaper. But then, perhaps they don't want to put a bale in the back of their SUV. On this, I remember reading somewhere about a place which sold bales for horses already in large plastic bags for a couple of bucks more. I suspect the bags might cost say $.25 each, so their ROI would be quite high.