Most all small town departments have been called out to a barn fire that is just packed with these. They are big, heavy and not real easy to put out. We have tried piercing nozzles, foam, water and just destroying them with our bare hands. Still none of this seems to work great. Does anyone have any tricks of the trade on putting round hay bails out efficiantly
We had a 250 round bales burning all at once fire. We had to tractors moving the bales to an open field, busting them open and then hosing them down. I would simply never trust a round bale was completely out if I didn't tear it apart.