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Compared to last report: Most hay classes this week sold steady except for top end quality Alfalfa saw a drop of $15-$20. Trade activity was light on light to moderate demand. Dairies remained quiet and dropping the top end of the alfalfa market the few instances when they did purchase more hay. Brokers are hoping with the drop in top end prices their phones will start ringing. A few scattered showers in the Panhandle cooled off temperatures but the rest of Texas remains hot and dry. North and Central coastal Bermuda producers are keeping prices steady as there will not be as much available as previously predicted since the rain has been so spotty or nonexistent. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .

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