Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of September 17, 2020Wed, 30 Sep 2020 08:50:33 CDT
The latest Oklahoma Hay report Compared to two weeks ago: Hay trade remains slow on limited offerings due to recent heavy rains and cooler than average temperatures has producers preparing for a second cutting of Bermuda grass later this Fall. Alfalfa trade also has been slow because many dairies have introduced 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 by about 5 to 7 degrees under seasonal averages, forecast has the next week in mostly low to mid 80's and many nights in the 40's. Demand mostly light. Please note that until hay trade becomes more active this report will become bi-weekly, the next report will be Oct. 1st.
Central Oklahoma: No Trades Reported
Eastern Oklahoma: No Trades Reported
Western Oklahoma: Large Square $180.00 per ton
Central Oklahoma: Large round bermuda $65.00 per bale.
Western Oklahoma: Large round Bermuda $80.00 per bale. Large round grass $75.00 per ton. Ground mixed grass $90.00 per ton.
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Wheat Hay Central Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Western Oklahoma: Large Round Wheat $75.00 per ton.
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported
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