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Compared to last report: Alfalfa prices were mostly steady to $5 lower. All other hay classes were steady. Trade activity and demand were light to moderate. Rain in the Panhandle and West Texas has made it difficult to get hay out of the fields. On a positive note, wheat pastures will benefit from all this moisture. North, East, and parts of South Texas have a different story to tell as they remain dry. Livestock in those areas have already begun supplemental feeding. The drought and early supplemental feeding is keeping hay in that area steady as many producers are saving hay for their own livestock. This is keeping coastal Bermuda hauled from these areas to the Panhandle competing with lowering Alfalfa prices but buyers like it to start small calves on since they are used to this type grass. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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