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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-07-25 12:06 PM (#1239252)
Subject: Weekly Hay Report



"Spaz-tacular"!!


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Here is the official USDA Hay report, State by State.  Click on the state and it "should" take you to the report.  I will update weekly.  If you have any questions about interpreting this information...please feel free to ask any questions!  If your state is not listed, it means that they do not report that data to UDSA, so I cant help ya!

Hay reports are available for the following states:

AlabamaMissouriSouth Dakota
CaliforniaMontanaTexas
ColoradoNebraska-Iowa-SW MinnesotaUtah
IdahoNevadaVirginia
IllinoisNew MexicoWashington-Oregon
Iowa OklahomaWyoming-W NE-SW SD
KansasOregon

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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-07-25 12:14 PM (#1239271 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



"Spaz-tacular"!!


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Colorado isnt working... try this for CO:  http://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/GL_GR310.txt

Iowa   http://www.ams.usda.gov/lsmnpubs/HayIA.htm


SD http://www.ams.usda.gov/lsmnpubs/HaySD.htm

Wy/SD  http://www.ams.usda.gov/lsmnpubs/HayWY.htm
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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-07-25 12:20 PM (#1239288 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



"Spaz-tacular"!!


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I will get the bugs worked out soon!
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teehaha
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2006-07-25 12:30 PM (#1239312 - in reply to #1239288)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report


Military family

Living on the edge of common sense


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gotothewhip - 2006-07-25 12:20 PM I will get the bugs worked out soon!



great job!...but Wyoming comes up " page not found"
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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-07-25 12:31 PM (#1239314 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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See the post below it Tee.... I have to work that one out...The states that have multi results are giving me fits!
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SG.
Reg. Sep 2003
Posted 2006-07-25 1:07 PM (#1239419 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report


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THANKS!
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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-08-01 9:57 AM (#1250131 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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OK...Now I think all of the links are working, and it is updated!
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kris
Reg. Mar 2004
Posted 2006-08-07 11:50 AM (#1259678 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report




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any reports for NJ?
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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-08-07 3:19 PM (#1260227 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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Sorry Kris.
 
NJ's Dept of Ag does not report that info to USDA!
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mattslilwonder
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2006-09-01 6:49 AM (#1308288 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report


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what about FL?
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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-09-06 9:51 AM (#1314847 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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Sorry!  FL does not report that data either!
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yippeej
Reg. Jan 2004
Posted 2006-10-06 2:32 PM (#1376478 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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Hope you don't mind but I like this sight too.  It's now on page 3 and I have to keep looking for it..........

http://www.hayexchange.com/

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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2006-10-23 8:21 PM (#1412125 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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Thanks!
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ecsarabians
Reg. Jan 2007
Posted 2007-01-08 8:27 AM (#1602276 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report


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I just read under Alabama...

Bermuda Horse Small square, per bale

Premium 218 4.00-5.00

I am paying $8.00 a bale for premium Bermuda in north Alabama. I would love to know where to get it for $4.00 to $5.00 a bale. Thanks
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nlg
Reg. Apr 2007
Posted 2007-04-02 9:57 PM (#1837419 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report


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Thank you for the link to the website!
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Chigger
Reg. Jan 2007
Posted 2007-04-27 11:05 AM (#1908126 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report


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gotothewhip - 2006-07-25 12:06 PM
Thanks for the info!!!!

Here is the official USDA Hay report, State by State.  Click on the state and it "should" take you to the report.  I will update weekly.  If you have any questions about interpreting this information...please feel free to ask any questions!  If your state is not listed, it means that they do not report that data to UDSA, so I cant help ya!

Hay reports are available for the following states:

AlabamaMissouriSouth Dakota
CaliforniaMontanaTexas
ColoradoNebraska-Iowa-SW MinnesotaUtah
IdahoNevadaVirginia
IllinoisNew MexicoWashington-Oregon
Iowa OklahomaWyoming-W NE-SW SD
KansasOregon


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brdrline
Reg. Aug 2004
Posted 2007-05-25 2:01 AM (#1983101 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



Sparky


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OK it's late and I'm struggling...

Let's just say (IN KANSAS!!) that usually prairie hay is about $2/bale.  So, if they are 70# bales, 2000#'s in a tn, 28.5 bales per tn, and the price is $120/tn, that's $4.21/bale....right?  Usually P hay is about $60/tn?  Isn't that right?  Brome around $80?  Alfalfa usually $120? 

Am I thinking right here???  Geeeesssshhhh....that means I'm going to have to DOUBLE the amount of colts I ride this year to pay for my hay, huh????   uuuggghhhh

Thank GTW for the links!
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gotothewhip
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2007-05-30 10:15 PM (#1997461 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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Ton prices will vary trought the year... I usually give 75-85 a ton for Alfalfa rounds in July.. But those same bales from the same hay grower are 130 a ton in April....  He called me and offered more! 

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cmsoper7
Reg. Jun 2007
Posted 2007-08-22 5:31 AM (#2221771 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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Wow! I must be getting a steal! I got ours for $40 a large round bale! And its pretty good quality
Thank you for the information!
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cruise
Reg. Apr 2005
Posted 2007-08-22 8:43 AM (#2221977 - in reply to #1239252)
Subject: RE: Weekly Hay Report



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I can give you the hay report for SC - none to be found.  Please see the report that was on the local news http://www.wspa.com/midatlantic/spa/home.html - click on hay problems - sad very sad.

I called every ad that was in our state market bulletin last night - all sold out - most before ad even went out to the public.  The guy we always get hay from is praying he will get rain within the next 10 days and be able to cut in October.  He found us 50 bales we can get this Friday - but we are already having to feed the hay because our pastures are parched.  Looks like we are headed for a winter like the mid-west had last year.   
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