Bales of Straw are compressed blocks of dried stalks of cereal crops such as wheat, barley, oats, and rye. They are typically used as bedding for livestock, insulation for buildings and gardens, erosion control, and can be mixed into mulch and compost for gardens and landscaping. The straw bales are usually tightly compressed, which helps to make them easy to transport and store. They are also a cost-effective and eco-friendly alternative to traditional bedding materials such as sawdust or wood shavings. They can also be used as a natural weed-inhibiting barrier and as a soil amendment to improve soil structure and moisture retention.