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Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of February 4, 2021

Wed, 17 Feb 2021 08:20:26 CST

Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of February 4, 2021 The latest Oklahoma Hay report for February 4, 2021. Hay trade remains slow, however Alfalfa trade seems to be improving. Wheat pastures remain in good shape after the recent moisture and semi-warm weather. Colder temperatures are expected for later in the week and staying below freezing for the next several days. No trades of ground alfalfa yet demand remains moderate to good as most feed yards and dairies seem to be current as of now. Demand remains moderate to good. The next report will be issued on 2/18/21.

Alfalfa.
Central Oklahoma: Large square bales $175.00 per ton, Alfalfa/Bermuda grass mix, large round bales $100 per ton
Eastern Oklahoma: No Trades Reported
Western Oklahoma: Large squares $180.00-190.00 per ton

Grass Hay
Central Oklahoma: Large round bermuda grass $55.00 per bale. Large round bluestem grass $30.00-35.00 per bale.
Western Oklahoma: No Trades Reporterd
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported.


Wheat Hay Central Oklahoma: No trades reported.
Western Oklahoma: No Trades Reported   
Eastern Oklahoma: No trades reported


   

 

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