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VideoFound: Young female cat, friendly, downtown La Vernia. Call 210-273-4789 to claim. 
Found: Small male black and tan dog, possible Min-pin, in Floresville on Hwy 181. Call 830-660-3181.
Lost: Small black dog, answers to Blackie, last seen near Dairy Queen on Hwy. 181 in Floresville. Call 830-542-0192.
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Class “C” Water Operator. McCoy Water Supply Corporation is seeking a full time Water Operator to join our team.  We are seeking candidates with a Texas Class “C” Water Operator’s License. Skill sets regarding safety, construction and heavy equipment operation is a must. In addition to competitive pay, the Corporation provides excellent employee benefits. Applications can be obtained on line at mccoywsc.com or at our Business Office located at 2125 FM 541 in McCoy, Texas. For more information, call 830-569-5575.
Floresville ISD is accepting applications at www.fisd.us for the following positions: Custodian, plumber; grounds worker; and bus driver.
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Hay & Forage report for April 6


Hay & Forage report for April 6


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Compared to last week: Hay movement light under limited buyer demand. Many hay buyers are using previously contracted supplies along with very limited spot purchases before doing much purchasing to build inventories before new-crop. Both buyers and sellers continue to negotiate on new-crop prices. Recent rains around the state have benefited grasslands and demand for supplemental feeding is limited. Cutting and baling of new-crop coastal bermuda hay continues in South Texas. . . .

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