Compared to last report: Most hay classes sold steady this week, with the exception of horse quality Alfalfa sold steady to $5 higher. Trade activity and demand were moderate. The Panhandle has finally gotten dried out enough from the snowdrifts to get hay moving again and allowing livestock owners to restock. Coastal Bermuda producers in East and North Texas are reporting an increase in movement but prices have stayed the same. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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