Friday, December 9, 2016
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Texas Hay Report
Friday, June 10
Compared to last report: Most hay prices were unchanged as movement continues to be slow or at a standstill. Large bales of coastal Bermuda in East and South Texas were $10 to $20 lower a bale as they try to get rid of old crop to make room for new crop. Wheat hay continues to flood the market with a wide variety in quality. Recent rains across the state have pastures in good condition but heavy rains in East and South Texas have made baling difficult in coastal Bermuda fields. Producers in those areas are baling around wet spots and are concerned about quality of the hay they are baling. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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