Oklahoma Hay Report for Week of August 6, 2021Wed, 11 Aug 2021 09:33:50 CDT
The latest Oklahoma Hay report for August 6, 2021. Quality hay trade has slowed in most areas. With continued moisture and cooler temperatures there has been an ample supply of hay, making it a buyers market. With widespread rainfall across the state, production will continue, with many expecting a 5th cutting of alfalfa this year. Many producers are yielding less and lower quality hay. Grinding alfalfa prices dropped $10 per ton, while grass hay prices remain mostly steady. With low milk prices, dairies are switching to cheaper alternatives for the rations such as straw and silage. A
Central Oklahoma: Premium to good large squares $150.00-
$170.00 per ton. Premium to good large round $85.00-$110.00 per
bale. Fair to good grinding $120.00 per ton.
Eastern Oklahoma: Premium large squares $160.00 per ton
Western Oklahoma: Premium to Supreme large round $180.00 per
ton. Good large round $150.00 per ton. Fair to good grinding
$130.00 per ton.
Central Oklahoma: Premium to supreme large round $110.00 to
$130.00 per ton. Premium to supreme small square $6.00 per bale
picked up in field $9.00 in the barn.
Western Oklahoma: Good to Premium to supreme large round
$125.00 to $160.00 per ton. Organic good to supreme large round
$180.00 to $240.00 per ton.
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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