Compared to the last report, the hay market remained mostly steady on good demand. Producers in many parts of the state were relieved to see some rain for the first time in weeks, but this much needed precipitation did little to reverse current drought conditions. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor for August 30th, abnormally dry conditions (D0) increased to 17%, moderate drought (D1) decreased to 14%, severe drought (D2) decreased to 18%, extreme drought (D3) increased to 30%, and exceptional drought (D4) remained near 10%. ** Prices below reflect the average price. There could be prices higher and lower than those published. VIEW REPORT
HERE IS YOUR KANSAS HAY MARKET REPORT FOR THE WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 3RD
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