Hay Demand Across the US Mostly Light.

(Washington, DC) – Hay demand across the US, despite the cold weather, was mostly light to in some areas steady according to the USDA Market News Service’s end of year report through December  30th . In Nebraska and the East River area of South Dakota, all forage products sold steady. Demand was light this week before New Year’s. Most producers bought enough hay the week before Christmas to meet their needs for the rest of the year. Here in the Trans Pecos, and across far west Texas,  premium & supreme alfalfa, small squares, F.O.B. or delivered local, was going for $250-$330. Large bales, F.O.B, for $160-$190.

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