Compared to last week: Large bales of alfalfa delivered into the Panhandle was firm to $5 higher and ground alfalfa sold $10-$20 higher. Hay in other areas remained mostly steady. Trade activity and demand continues to be light to moderate. Most of the state remains very dry despite chances of scattered showers throughout the week. Producers in the southeastern part of the state reported a couple of inches of rain which in return has benefited in keeping prices steady for now in that area. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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