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SS Water Supply Corp. is accepting applications for a full-time Administrative Assistant. Minimum qualifications: Five years in an office environment, proven organization and computing skills and above average communication ability required. The ideal candidate will have some financial management experience, ability to understand and interpret legal documents, become a notary, acquire skills to support the water utility industry and work independently on occasion. Person selected will be in an environment dealing with a variety of situations while serving the public. Starting pay depends on experience. Great benefits! Applications and resumes will be taken until position is filled! Apply in person at 10393 U.S. Hwy. 87 W., La Vernia, Texas, 830-779-2837.
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Hay & Forage report for Aug. 10


Hay & Forage report for Aug. 10


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Compared to last week: Alfalfa prices traded firm to $5 higher this week. Other classes of hay classes remain mostly steady. Trade activity was light to moderate on moderate demand. Dry conditions continues to have producers holding on to their hay to see how the rest of the season unfolds. Many hoping for more rain just to get a third cutting. Triple digit temperatures remained in the area and many cattle producers are having to feed hay and cull their herds. Many dairies and feedyards are still buying hay on as needed basis. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .

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