Compared to last report: All classes of hay traded mostly steady. Movement was slow or nonexistent as dairies and feedyards are only purchasing hay as needed. Wheat hay continues to be the new hay on market; prices vary due to the large variety of quality from mature hay to higher quality beardless sold for calves and horses. Coastal Bermuda producers in East and South Texas were busy in their fields in between rain. Prices remained mostly the same when movement occurred. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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