9-26-2019 Mixed Hay and Bedding

Thursday September 26, 2019
84 loads.

We had a larger run today and decent buyer attendance even though there are quite a few people still chopping. Alfalfa sold steady to stronger today with generally pretty good quality. Grass quality was lower and prices reflect accordingly. Bedding sold strong. We have a lot of inquiries for large square alfalfa. ATTENTION ALL HAY HAULERS: Beginning Sept 5th, the road through Hudson will be closed and you will not be able to get through that way. It will remain closed for the month of September.. We are selling some trucks, trailers, and also a 1066 tractor. You can find details at the bottom of the events page on our website, or you can call Paul at 712-470-1274.



SIZE   LBS    $/TON 

lgrd  54000  95.00




3x4   55540 115.00

3x4   37760  72.50

3x4   39540  72.50

3x4   40060  70.00

3x4   37300  70.00

3x4   35420  70.00

3x4   55700  70.00

3x4   38740  70.00

3x4   39820  67.50

lgrd  46240 110.00

lgrd  45320 110.00

lgrd  44820 102.50

lgrd  44320 102.50

lgrd  43760 100.00

lgrd  44200 100.00



lgrd  34140  65.00

lgrd  36420  60.00

lgrd  38280  60.00

lgrd  39860  57.50

lgrd  38780  57.50

lgrd  41400  55.00

lgrd  40480  40.00


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