This is a lot of four primitive old cotton fabric feed / grain sacks, from a farm here in Wisconsin, early century vintage.
These are all the old-fashioned seamless type, with colored cotton stripes, very very heavy material. These are unmarked, and specially reinforced with sewn in bands of cotton feedsack fabric, stitched around the inside of the bags. They are all still sewn up as bags, around 42" long x 18" wide (fabric size would be 36" wide if cut open).
We've picked these out to match as close as possible in color and size, but they do have subtle variations. All have been used, and all are somewhat dirty, with spots and soil from farm use. Some have holes, some have patches of similar cotton fabric, some have mends or darning.
It sounds worse than it looks, these look very good overall for pieces of this age and type. It's a good lot of genuine old sacks straight from the farm.