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Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of May 14th, 2020

Wed, 20 May 2020 09:45:43 CDT

Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of May 14th, 2020 Here's the Oklahoma Hay Report for the Week Of May 14, 2020

Alfalfa and hay trade movement is slow but beginning to move. Few early prices are reportedly lower but producers are reporting that finding a true value is difficult. Most everyone has their first cutting of Alfalfa done or in the heart of it. Dairy hay is extremely slow as cutbacks are taking place in that industry as well. With warmer weather, Bermuda grass is just starting to show and producers expecting a first cutting of that hay come June. Some areas
of the state are reportedly dry once again but rains storms expect to move thru over night.

Alfalfa.

Central Oklahoma: Premium quality large squares 130.00-150.00/
ton FOB.

Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.

Western Oklahoma: Premium quality large round bales 115.00-
130.00/ton FOB, few 140.00/ton FOB. Premium quality small
squares 11.00/bale FOB sold in a 21 bale bundle. Good quality
grinding hay 75.00-90.00/ton FOB

Grass Hay

Central Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Western Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.

Wheat Hay

Central Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Western Oklahoma: 70.00/ton.
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.



   

 

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