Compared to last report: Hay remained mostly steady on slow movement. Wheat hay and coastal Bermuda being offered were competing with the lower alfalfa prices which caused established prices difficult to come by. Summer like temperatures in the 90s for the Panhandle dried pastures and were in need of a rain again. Coastal Bermuda producers in the east and south remain busy in the fields baling in between scattered showers. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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