Hay Ricks were used to store and dry cereal crops, like wheat and rye, once they had been cut.

Materials were cut with a scythe, and later a horse or tractor drawn binder. The small bundles of material were then stood up into stooks to dry before being stacked in ricks. The ricks were rough thatched to keep the rain out.

We can produce authentic, full sized stacks, down to easily maneuverable hollow ricks which can be run in by a couple of standbys.

Please call with your requirements.

Rental items are charged using the usual film industry standard formula.

Shipping is an additional cost based on total order volume. The replacement value of this item is – £950.