Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of August 20, 2020Thu, 27 Aug 2020 09:46:33 CDT
The latest Oklahoma Hay report shows Compared to two weeks ago: All classes of hay trade continues to be slow due to recent heavy rains and cooler temperatures having producers hoping and preparing for a second cutting of Bermuda grass. Alfalfa trade also has been slow and getting cheaper as many dairies are looking for alternative feed stuffs. Stock cow producers are hoping the cooler and wetter weather will extend grazing into the Fall leaving less need to start stock piling hay . Temperatures are unseasonably cool, forecast has the next week in mostly upper 80's. Demand mostly light to moderate.
Central Oklahoma: : Large Square 4x4 $175.00-$185.00 per bale
Eastern Oklahoma: No Trades Reported
Western Oklahoma: Large Round $140.00 per ton
Central Oklahoma: No Trades Reported
Western Oklahoma: Large round teff $85.00 per ton.
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Wheat Hay Central Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Western Oklahoma: Large round $65.00 per ton.
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported
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