The Cattle Business Weekly
  •    Compared to last week:  Alfalfa and grass hay sold with steady to firm undertones.
     
  • Compared to last week, all reported forage products mostly steady.  
  • Compared to last week: all reported forage products sold steady. 
  • Compared to last week, baled hay and dehy pellets sold steady on a light test. 
  • Compared to last week, baled hay sold steady on a light test. Dehypellets in Northeast part of the state remains steady. 
  • Compared to last week, all hay products sold steady on a very light test. Demand was light. 
  • Compared to last week, Alfalfa and grass hay sold steady to weak on a light test. Ground and delivered forages sold steady. 
  • Compared to last week, Alfalfa and grass hay sold steady to mostly weak on a very light test. Ground and delivered alfalfa and blended alfalfa sold 10.00-15.00 lower while ground and delivered cornstalks sold steady. 
  • Compared to last week, dairy quality alfalfa in large square bales sold mostly steady to 10.00 higher. 
  • Compared to last week, dairies paid 10.00-15.00 more for good large squares bales of alfalfa in the Northeast part of the state. 
  • Compared to last week, Large squares of alfalfa sold steady, grass hay steady on a thin test. 
  • Compared to last week, all reported hay sold steady. Movement was good on ground and delivered and large square bales to dairies with light movement on all other hay. 
  • Compared to last week, all reported forage products sold steady. Some cow/calf operators buying hay as they are waiting for summer turnout. 
  • Compared to last week all reported hay products sold mostly steady on a light test. Many areas of the state received frost on Wednesday and Thursday. 
  • Compared to last week, alfalfa hay, grass hay, cornstalk bales, ground/delivered alfalfa, ground/delivered cornstalks and dehy pellets traded mostly steady. 
 
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