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Hay Auction Market Report 11/24/21

Dyersville Sales Co. “Making Hay Great Again”

TRI-STATES LARGEST HAY AUCTION HELD EVERY WEDNESDAY @11:04AM 

 

ATTENTION WESTERN HAY CUSTOMERS FINALLY IT’S OPEN HWY 20 IS NOW 4 LANES ACROSS THE ENTIRE STATE Sioux City to Dyersville is now only 4.25 hrs 

 Receipts 1020  tons were sold . Hay steady straw lower .  Top  was $295/ on  4th crop  large squares 252 rfv   . Bulk of the big squares all new crop sold from $135-255/ ton, Bulk of the round bales  sold from $110-150 / ton top $155 / ton on 3rd, grass sold from $90-125/  ton. Straw sold from $135/ ton and round bales of cornstalks sold up to $35.00 / bale

 

90.000 lbs loads expires NOV. 30th Dec 1st we are back to 80k

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For all your hay needs and questions contact Randy 563 599 1793 or Dale 563 581 5119 they have a combined 46 years of hay auction experience and can help you market your hay or buy for you.

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For what it is worth

Great weather brought a nice run to town demand was good . Top was a load of dynamite  4th crop Western Nebraska 26 % protein 252 rfv 13 % moisture @ $295/ ton.

Weather always plays a key role in usage and hay prices so far the weather has been perfect and usage on the lower side . The cattle are all out running the stalks .

Normally we start to allow silage wrapped bales but due to the warmer than expected weather we ask you hold them for at least a few more weeks until the temp stays below freezing and try to have them all moved by St Patty’s day. When the farmers can’t feed them fast enough before they spoil demand will not be good and prices will suffer.

Happy Thanksgiving we will be closed on 11/25

open 11/26 all day and Saturday 11/27  8am till noon