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Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of June 25, 2020

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 12:37:44 CDT

Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of June 25, 2020 Alfalfa and hay trade movement has slowed down quite a bit over the week, mostly cow hay and small squares are moving still. Wheat hay across the state is and or has been harvested. However as of now no true price has been established. Cooler than average summer like temperatures and several inches of rain has fell across the trade area over the week. Producers are reporting that finding a true value is difficult for new crop as many continue to clean out their barns from last season and those prices continue to fall. Small square bales of grass hay continues to move at a rapid pace.

Central Oklahoma: Premium Quality 4X4X8 large squares $160/ton FOB. Good Quality 4X4X8 large squares $150/ton FOB. Utility quality 4X4X8 large squares FOB $100-$130/ton.

Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.

Western Oklahoma: Fair Quality Large squares 4X4X8 $90/ton FOB

Grass Hay

Central Oklahoma: Bermuda grass hay Supreme quality large rounds 5X6 FOB $60 per bale; Good/Fair quality FOB $50-$55
per bale. Small squares picked up out of the field $6; picked up out of the barn $9.

Western Oklahoma: No trades reported.

Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.

Wheat Hay

Central Oklahoma: Good to mostly fair quality $50-$60 per ton FOB.

Western Oklahoma: Good to fair quality $70 ton FOB.

Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.



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