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Compared to last report: Hay prices were steady on slow to no movement. Wheat hay continued to be the hot topic as wide varieties come onto the market. Wheat hay prices had to compete with the lower alfalfa prices but some feedlots prefer to start calves on the beardless wheat ration. Temperatures hit the 100 degree mark which caused livestock to not be as interested in eating during such extreme heat. Coastal Bermuda producers continued to bale and hard to reach at this time. Some have lowered prices on large round to get them out of their barns to make room for new crop. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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