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Hay & Forage report for July 19


Hay & Forage report for July 19


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Friday, July 19

Compared to last week: Trade on hay light to moderate most of the week. Late week isolated, scattered rains and cooler than normal temperatures brought a much needed change to the hot, dry, windy weather in much of the state. These beneficial rains benefited dry land haying operations, grass pastures, and ranges. Although, rains are very beneficial an ample amount of wet hay has been noted and in some cases there have been hay fires due to the generated heat in the bales. Drought still continues in some areas but this moisture will provide some short term relief but more rain is needed. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except noted. . . .

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