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Sept. 17 Kansas Hay Market Report

Hay market trade was slow, demand was slow, and prices steady. While the autumnal equinox is rapidly approaching, Mother Nature is having trouble letting go of the summer. 09-17-19 Hay Report FINAL Advertisements

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Sept 10 Kansas Hay Market Report – In Honor of Sept 11th – Never Forget

Hay market trade was slow to moderate, demand was moderate, and prices remained steady, on limited test. Most hay and forage pricing remains steady, although there is a softer undertone to grinder hay and grass hays. 09-10-19 Hay Report FINAL

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Your Alfalfa Checkoff $$ At Work

HAY & FORAGE GROWER MAGAZINE – Hay & Forage Grower is featuring results of research projects funded through the Alfalfa Checkoff, officially named the U.S. Alfalfa Farmer Research Initiative, administered by National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance (NAFA). The checkoff program facilitates … Continue reading

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Aug 27 Kansas Hay Market Report

Hay market trade was slow to moderate, demand was moderate, and prices remained steady. Areas in southwest Kansas remained hot and dry last week, while the east and southeast part of the state continued to see rain. 08-27-19 Hay Report … Continue reading

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Aug. 20 Kansas Hay Market Report

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE – Hay market trade was slow to moderate, demand was moderate, and prices remained steady. A lot of hay is still moving out of Kansas to states back east. 08-20-19 Hay Report FINAL

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Aug 13 Kansas Hay Market Report

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE – Hay market trade was slow to moderate, demand was low, and prices remained steady. The feeling is that the market should stay steady for a bit, as hay and feed supplies currently seem ample. 08-13-19 … Continue reading

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K-State Researchers to Study Alfalfa: New varieties are more digestible, could improve cattle performance

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State University researchers are ready to launch a study on an alfalfa variety that could be more pleasing on cow’s stomachs and producers’ bottom line. Doohong Min, associate professor of agronomy, is leading a team from … Continue reading

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