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Most selling steady, new crop being baled

In Nebraska and the East River area of South Dakota, old crop hay products sold steady. No test on new crop hay. Ground and delivered hay has really dropped off this week since most cattle are out on grass, according to the USDA Market News Service, June 21. Prices given on a per-ton basis, unless otherwise noted.

Northeast—Good old crop alfalfa, large rounds, few, $200. Fair grass, large rounds, $150. Cornstalks, large rounds, $85. Dehydrated alfalfa pellets, 17% protein pellets and meal, $340-$350; meal, $345-$350.

Platte Valley—Premium old crop alfalfa, small squares, $325-$350; good, large rounds, $200-$220. Alfalfa ground and delivered, $250-$260; blended alfalfa ground and delivered, $230. Corn stalks, ground and delivered, $120-$140. Dehydrated alfalfa pellets, 17% protein, $330; alfalfa meal, $336-$337.

East River area of South Dakota—Good alfalfa, large rounds, $250. Utility/fair, large rounds, $160. Sun-cured alfalfa pellets, 15% $280, Alfalfa meal, 17% $290. Fair grass, large squares, new crop, $180-$200, large rounds, delivered, $195. Wheat straw, large rounds, $120; delivered short haul, $115.

In Iowa, no test on the market this week. Some hay down and baled. Some alfalfa is good quality other in poor quality due to excess rain.

South central/north central—Alfalfa, none reported.

Rock Valley—Premium alfalfa, large squares, $240, large rounds, $250; good, large squares, $170-$220, large rounds, $170-$205; fair, large rounds, $155-$160. Utility, large squares, $75. Premium grass, large rounds, $245-$260; good, small squares, $180, large squares, $180; fair, large rounds, $135-$160. Utility, large rounds, $120. Premium mixed hay, large squares, $235; good, large squares, $185-$190, large rounds, $180-$200; fair, large rounds, $155. Cornstalks, large rounds, $95-$125. Straw, large squares, $75.00-$100, large rounds, $115.

In Minnesota, all classes are trading steady.

Premium alfalfa, large rounds, $260; good, small squares, $205; fair/good, large rounds, $180-$200. Utility, $130-$155. Premium grass, large rounds, $295; good, large rounds, $215-$260, small squares, $240; fair, large rounds, $160-$195. Utility/fair, large rounds, $150. Fair mixed alfalfa grass, large rounds, $175. Cornstalks, large rounds, $45/bale.

In Montana, no reported sales of hay this week.

No reported sales of alfalfa, grass or straw.

In Wyoming, western Nebraska and western South Dakota, all classes are trading steady to $10 higher from a year ago, as new crop prices are being established.

Eastern Wyoming—Good alfalfa, large squares, $200-$230. Dehydrated alfalfa pellets, 17% protein, $345 delivered wholesale. Premium grass-alfalfa mix, small squares, $300. No reported quote for other classes of hay.

Central/western Wyoming—Good alfalfa, large squares, $180-$200. No reported quotes for other classes of hay.

Western Nebraska—Good alfalfa, large squares, $220-$230. Ground and delivered, $220. Premium wheat hay, large squares, $150. No reported quotes for other classes of hay.

Western South Dakota—Good alfalfa, large squares, $180-$200, large rounds, $150-$175. No reported quotes for other classes of hay.

In Colorado, hay prices are steady this week, as all values now reflect new crop pricing.

Northeast—Premium alfalfa, large squares, $240-$250; good, large squares, $215-$220, $240-$250 delivered; fair, large squares, $200-$210; good, ground and delivered, $250-$255; premium, standing in the field, $170; good, $150. Premium gras, small squares, $300-$350. Premium grass alfalfa mix, small squares, $250-$275. Corn stalks, large rounds, $85-$100, $110-$125 delivered. Straw, large squares, $85-$95. No reported quotes for other classes of hay.

Southeast—Premium alfalfa, small squares, $275-$300. No reported quotes for other classes of hay.

San Luis Valley—Supreme alfalfa, large squares, $230-$240. Good winter rye, large squares, $170. No reported quotes for other classes of hay.

Southwest—Supreme alfalfa, large squares, $230-$245; premium, large squares, $200-$225, small squares, $275-$300. Premium grass, large squares, $260-$270, small squares, $300. No reported quotes from other classes of hay.

Mountains/northwest—Premium grass, large squares, $250-$300, small squares, $300-$350; fair/good, large squares, $200-$215. No reported quotes for other classes of hay.

In Missouri, the hay supply is moderate, demand is moderate and prices are steady.

Supreme alfalfa, RFV 185 $250-$350; premium alfalfa, RFV 170-$180, $200-$275; good alfalfa, RFV 150-170 $160-$225; fair, RFV 130-150, $125-$170. Good mixed grass hay, $110-$160; fair/good mixed grass hay, $100-$125; fair mixed grass hay, large rounds, $40-$60/bale. Wheat hay, $80-$100. Wheat straw, small squares, $3-$5/bale.

In Oklahoma, hay movement light to moderate early and then came to a standstill when rains resumed over the weekend. Demand remains light to moderate with only a slight improvement in inquiries noted late.

Central—Alfalfa not established, a firm undertone apparent. Few loads untested hay moving to beef producers $170-$200/ton. Fair/good quality alfalfa with light to moderate rain damage, $150-$160/ton. Few loads horse hay, moving locally, $280-$300, in small squares. Grass hay, good wheat hay, $45-$60/bale in 4 x 5 or 5 x 5 bales. Wheat hay, $90-$105/ton. New crop rye hay 4 x 5 bales $45-$60/bale. Early prairie hay, $40-$50/bale 4 X 5 bales. Good mixed grass, small squares, $4-$7/bale in the field.

Eastern—Alfalfa, not established. Fair/good grassy alfalfa, $180-$190, small squares, $9-$10/bale. Grass hay steady, good rye and mixed grass hay offered, $45-$60/bale in 4 x 5 and 5 x 5 bales, 5 x 6 bales $55-$70/bale, small squares mixed grass, mostly $5-$7/bale.

Western—Alfalfa, $10 higher in light test. Fair/good alfalfa, $180-$190. Grass hay steady, good wheat hay, $45-$65/bale, in southern and central Oklahoma, sold by the ton, $90-$110 at edge of field. In Panhandle counties, $140-$150/ton loaded on truck edge of field.

In Texas, hay prices steady to lower under light to moderate trade and demand.

Panhandle/High Plains—Premium/supreme alfalfa, small bales, delivered, new crop, $11-$12/bale, large bales, delivered, $260-$280, small bales, FOB, $10-$11/bale, large bales, FOB, $250-$270; good/premium alfalfa, large bales, delivered, $230-$260; fair, large bales, delivered, $200-$230. Ground and delivered to feedlots, north, $230-$260; south, $230-$270, calf hay, $265-$275. Wheat hay, large bales, delivered, beardless, $150-$175, small bales, $8/bale delivered, $150-$160.

Far west Texas/Trans Pecos—Premium/supreme alfalfa, small squares, FOB new crop, $280-$395, large squares, FOB new crop, $240-$250, instances supreme, $280, medium squares, $270; good, $200.

North/central/east—Alfalfa, small bales, delivered, $13-$14/bale. Premium/supreme alfalfa, large squares, delivered, $265-$300; good/premium, large squares, delivered, $250-$265. Wheat hay, delivered, large bales, $150-$165. Good/premium coastal bermuda, FOB small squares, $230-$265, large rounds, FOB, $50-$85; good, large rounds, $40-$50/roll; fair/good, FOB small squares, $5-$7/bale.

South—Good/premium coastal bermuda, small squares, FOB, $230-$265, large rounds, FOB and delivered locally, $100-$160; fair/good, small squares, FOB $165-$230.

In New Mexico, alfalfa hay prices steady, trade and demand moderate.

East—Premium/supreme baled alfalfa, large squares, $275-$285 delivered from out of state. Feedlot hay ground and delivered, $265-$275/ton. Premium/supreme, small bales, $10/bale. Wheat hay, large squares, $145-$175/ton.

Southeast—Premium/supreme baled alfalfa, large squares, $245-$250 delivered to dairy, small bales, $275-$300/ton.

South/southwest—Premium/supreme baled alfalfa, large squares, $230-$250/ton delivered to dairies, small bales, $280-$300/ton. Oat hay, large squares, $150 delivered to dairies.

North central—Baled alfalfa, large square bales, premium/supreme, $230-$250, small bales, $10/bale; $280-$300/ton. Most hay being stacked for later sale.

Date: 7/1/2013



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