Compared to last report: All hay classes traded steady on light movement. As temperatures warmed up there has been less need for supplemental feeding of livestock. Feedyards and dairies are mostly stocked up for now and there is a quiet time in the market until new crop prices are established hopefully by the end of the month. Other hay rations such as wheat and corn stalks are hard to come by as most has been purchased or contracted. Coastal Bermuda producers are busy in the fields preparing for the new growing season. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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