Compared to last report: All hay classes traded steady as movement picked up to moderate. A glimpse of fall-like temperatures prompted buyers to start thinking about preparing for winter. As cattle futures continue to struggle feedyards were still purchasing hay “as needed” and cutting back when possible. Coastal Bermuda producers in the East and South were busy finishing up their last cutting for the season and report plenty of hay available and small bale movement increased. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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