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Compared to last report: All hay prices remained unchanged this week on slow movement. The Panhandle pastures remain in fair condition for this time of year after recent rains and mild temperatures. Little supplemental feeding has started yet so it remains quiet in the hay market. Feedyards and dairies continue to buy alfalfa and ground alfalfa at the same prices. North, East, and South Texas have dealt with the aftermath of the hurricane. Most of the coastal Bermuda producers fared well with only 3 inches that the drought stricken area much needed. Rainfall ranged from 3 inches to some areas flooded with 21 inches. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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