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Found: Small male black and tan dog, possible Min-pin, in Floresville on Hwy 181. Call 830-660-3181.
Cute, friendly dog found in the Courthouse area. He obviously belongs to someone as he has a collar but no tags. Please call 210-355-2613 to claim him.

VideoFound: Young female cat, friendly, downtown La Vernia. Call 210-273-4789 to claim. 
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WATER OPERATOR - The City of Elmendorf has an opening for a full-time water operator with a Texas Class “C” water license. $17.00 per hour. Field work required. Must be familiar with state water laws and reporting. Tractor and/or backhoe experience desirable and two years related experience preferred. Apply online at tml.org or contact Roxanne DeLeon at 210-635-8210 for more information. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Janitorial technician needed to clean a commercial property Monday through Friday in Floresville. Job requires less than 2 hours daily. Background check and drug test will be performed. If interested call 866-424-3839.
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Hay & Forage report for Nov. 30


Hay & Forage report for Nov. 30


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Friday, Nov. 30

Compared to last week: Hay prices generally steady. Trade and demand light to moderate over most marketing areas of the state. Most of the state continues to be in some degree of drought ranging from extreme drought to moderate drought conditions. Most areas have noted wheat, winter small grain, and forages showing signs of stress due to lack of moisture except irrigated fields. The warmer than normal temperatures and windy conditions has continued to dry out soil moisture. Supplemental feeding of livestock continues in many areas. Most hay producers are completed with cutting and bailing for the season. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .

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