Compared to last report: All hay classes traded fully steady on light to moderate demand. Rain across different areas of the state made movement difficult. A few sales of wheat hay in the Panhandle sold with a weaker undertone. Dairies and feed yards continue to purchase hay on an “as needed” basis as they try to buy hay at lower prices. Most coastal Bermuda producers in North and East Texas were able to bale their last cutting between showers. South Texas producers reported that it was too wet to get into their fields but there seemed to be plenty of hay available. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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