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Hay Auction Market Report 7/28/21

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 842  tons were sold . Steady to $10 / ton higher.  Top  was $290/ 3rd crop large squares  196 rfv. Bulk of the big squares all new crop sold from $140-175/ ton, round bales new crop sold from $100-160 / ton, grass sold from $105-130 / ton.

 

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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 44 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

Today the hay made right with good color sold well while the wetter hay not quite baled right sold steady to weak with grass hay mostly steady.

The drought is not getting any better but you would think these prices would be higher but we are getting the feeling a lot of livestock liquidation is under way or planned with many farmers choosing to feed there winter supplies now and sell down the herds this fall. Poor milk and awful cattle prices are not helping but considering everything hay continues to sell well with good demand.