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Compared to last week: Hay prices were mostly unchanged on light to moderate demand. The higher testing alfalfa remains difficult to find as much of the hay has been rained on. The state has had a chance to dry out this week and rivers have begun to recede back into their banks. Coastal bermuda producers were finally able to get into their fields to start their first cutting and hope to have hay baled by the end of the week. Many reported that there should be plenty of hay available but are worried about the quality. The heavy rains most of the state received kept producers from being able to fertilize their fields. The next few weeks should start establishing new crop prices for coastal bermuda. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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