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USDA California Hay                                04/16 12:00
AMS_2904
 
California Direct Hay Report

                               Released on April 16, 2021
 
Direct Hay Weighted Average Report for week ending 04/16/2021
 
                                      VOLUME
                    This Week         Last Reported         Last Year
                                       (04/05/2021)
Tons:
      Hay           5825                6751                                    
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      Total         5825                6751                                    
======================================================================

Special Note:
North Inter-Mountains: Siskiyou, Modoc, Shasta, Lassen, and Plumas.
Sacramento Valley: Tehama, Glenn, Butte, Colusa, Sutter, Yuba, Sierra, 
Nevada, Placer, Yolo, El Dorado, Solano, Sacramento, Amador, and Alpine.
North San Joaquin Valley: San Joaquin, Calaveras, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, 
Mono, Merced, Mariposa.
Central San Joaquin Valley: Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, and Inyo.
South: Kern, Northeast Los Angeles, and Western San Bernardino.
Southeast: Eastern San Bernardino, Riverside, and Imperial.
 
Compared to last week: Prices remained steady over all regions with moderate 
demand.
North San Joaquin Valley region had a trade of almond hulls at 110.00 
this week.
According to the Crop Progress Report April 12, 2021, in Tulare County, 
winter grain fields were in different stages of growth, ranging from 
midway to full maturity, and harvest was beginning for silage.
Corn was growing normally.
Weed control was a priority as temperatures rose and days became longer.
Rotational crops were growing rapidly.
The first cutting of alfalfa began.
Irrigation continued in grain and other field crops.
In the Sacramento Valley, dryland wheat was looking very stressed due 
to lack of moisture.
Irrigated wheat fields were heading out.
Land preparation for planting corn, safflower, rice, and other field 
crops were being completed.

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                                   North Inter-Mountains
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Hay Conventional
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Brome Grass Good/Premium Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Small Square           50        180.0   180    F.O.B.-                        
                                                 Retail


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                                   North San Joaquin Valley
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Hay Conventional
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Alfalfa Good Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Large Square 4x4       50        200.0   200    F.O.B.                 New Crop

Alfalfa Premium Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Large Square 4x4       200       250.0   250    F.O.B.                         
 Small Square           200       260.0   260    F.O.B.-                        
                                                 Retail

Alfalfa Supreme Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Large Square 4x4       1750  260.0-285.0 269.36 F.O.B.                 New Crop

Forage Mix-Three Way Good Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Large Square 4x4       200       175.0   175    F.O.B.                         

Wheat Good Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Large Square 4x4       200       175.0   175    F.O.B.                         


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                                   Sacramento Valley
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Hay Conventional
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Alfalfa Supreme Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Small Square           325   250.0-260.0 256.15 F.O.B.                 New Crop


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                                   South
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Hay Conventional
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Alfalfa Premium Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Small Square           150       259.0   259    F.O.B.-                        
                                                 Retail


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                                   Southeast
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Hay Conventional
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Alfalfa Premium Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Small Square           100       215.0   215    F.O.B.-                        
                                                 Retail

Alfalfa Premium/Supreme Per Ton
                        Qty   Price Range Wtd    Freight/   Description Crop Age
                                          Avg    Use
                        ---   ----------- ---    ---------- ----------- --------
 Large Square 4x4       2600  215.0-225.0 217.31 F.O.B.

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