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AISC lists the density of "Hay and Straw - bales" as 20 PCF.

Ed Haninger

                      Mark Pemberton                                                                                                   
                      <markpemberton@sbcg      To: seaint(--nospam--at)                                                                   
                      06/09/2004 08:51 AM      cc:                                                                                     
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                      seaint                   Subject:  Hay storage                                                                   

Thanks for all the slab buckling responses.  Now I have two much easier
questions regarding barn loading;  1) Is a barn considered an agriculture
building if the owner wants a two car garage as part of the main level?  2)
What storage loading should be used for the hay lofts? (what's the density
of hay anyway?)  Thanks again.

Mark Pemberton, S.E.
Pemberton Engineering
Davis, CA

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