Compared to the last report, prices were mostly steady for a second week while demand remained strong, supplies available to purchase remained slim. Reports indicate there is not much alfalfa out there to purchase, unless one is willing to pay up for it. A number of wildfires erupted across the state over the weekend due to the extremely dry conditions and high winds. Although Monday’s rain brought some relief to the eastern half of the state, it did little to help the tinder box out west. A dusty fall harvest continues in all regions with reports of below normal yields, and everyone seems to be ready to move on to a better 2023 year. FULL REPORT
HERE IS YOUR KANSAS HAY MARKET REPORT FOR THE WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 22th
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