Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailers

32' Bumper (#6)

32' Gooseneck (#6)

37' Gooseneck (#7)

42' Gooseneck (#8)

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Hay Express Hay Trailers are the safest and most durable Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailers on the market today. The many ways that Hay Express sets itself apart from the competition are:

  • The cradle is the only part of the hay trailer that dumps. The neck stays straight/upright.
  • The lock/dump handle is on a sleeve so it does not dump with the cradle keeping you from getting hit by it
  • Hinges are spaced throughout the length of the hay trailer to alleviate individual high stress points
  • Extra dump stops are in place on the passenger side of the Hay Express hay trailer to distribute the force of the bales unloading
  • #6 hay trailers come with 1 6K brake axle and 1 6K idler
  • #7 hay trailers come with 1 7k brake axle and 1 7k idler
  • #8 hay trailers come with 2 7k brake axles
  • All hay trailers come with NEW 16” 10ply tires
  • LED Lights
  • Wiring is dual coated and runs inside the main frame of trailer to protect it from foreign objects
  • 12K sidewind Jacks & 25k rated gooseneck hitches

Our lady has never tried to operate a self - unloading hay trailer before until she tried ours. Think about how the other trailers operate, would you want such a pretty young lady taking the risks of operating those old styles?

Ours is different, only the cradle moves to dump the hay. No flying handle crank comes flying up with a huge force that can break your jaw. When our trailer dumps the handle stays in your hand. Adding an added bonus, since it’s only the cradle that dumps, you only have to pull the cradle back. The others you must pull the entire trailer back over.

Notice also the hydraulic jack on the front. For those times the slope of the ground is working against you, simply raise the jack and over goes the hay cradle. No more having to make sure you’re on level ground.

If you need more speed they can come with hydraulic operation. Our hydraulic trailers dump just like their manual counter parts, fast! If for some reason your battery goes down or you have a hose issue, unpin the cylinders, re-attach the handle, and you’re back in the field again.

#6 Hay Express 32' Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer side view showing the trailer in the travel position

#6 Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer 32' side view showing the trailer in the unload position
Front view shows Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer in the travel position
Front view showing the Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer in the unload position also shows that the lock/dump handle does not raise with the cradle when it dumps
Multiple dump stops and multiple hinges make the Hay Express self unloading hay trailer the most durable and longest lasting Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer on the market

Shows the Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer in the locked position and ready for travel. Triple lock pins for extra security and lock/dump handle locks in place to keep locks from moving in transit.
NO SPRINGS ON LOCK MECHANISM

Every Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer has grease zerks on all moving and pivoting parts to keep them working smoothly for years.
The Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer has extra bracing across the uprights to prevent spreading or breaking welds.

Shortened rear frame gives more ground clearance for ditch and terrace crossings making the Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer the best all terrain hay trailer.
The Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer lights sit in front of rear bumper at an angle with the cradle to protect them from damage.
Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer lock pin in the unlocked position.
Every trailer has 3 lock pins that are locked manually and not by using a spring.
Hay Express Self Unloading Inline Hay Trailer lock pin in the locked position.
Also shows the gusset on the back side of the lock.