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Lost: Shadow, black female mixed Lab, last seen by F.M. 1303 and Broken Arrow, Jan. 11, white patch on chest, tail curls when happy, 30 lbs. Call/text 817-705-1116.
Grandmother lost her gold wedding band, possibly around Whataburger/DialysisCenter in Floresville. After losing my grandfather, she is completely heartbroken over this. If you find anything, PLEASE contact me 210.313.7092
Lost: English bulldog, friendly male, "Scooter," chipped and fixed, missing off Gillette Rd. in Elmendorf, he is greatly missed. Any information, call 210-778-6522.
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Hay & Forage report for Dec. 21


Hay & Forage report for Dec. 21


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Friday, Dec. 21

Compared to last week: Hay prices mostly steady. Trade and movement continue slow under light to moderate demand. Most regions of the state remain dry except parts of East Texas that received small amounts of rain. Supplemental feeding of livestock continues in many areas and has started up in other areas as windy, dry, winter conditions have depleted soil moisture and caused grasses to go dormant. Some hay producers are still satisfied to store hay instead of lowering price levels at present anticipating steady to higher prices later in the winter. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .

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