Hay prices are dollars per ton or dollars per bale when sold to retail outlets. Basis is current delivery FOB barn or stack, or delivered customer as indicated. Grade guidelines used in this report have the following relationship to Relative Feed Value (RFV), Acid Detergent Fiber (ADF), TDN (Total Digestible Nutrients), or Crude Protein (CP) test numbers:

Grade ADF NDF RFV TDN-100% TDN-90% CP-100% 
 Supreme under 27 under 34 over 185 over 62  over 55.9  over 22
 Premium 27-29  34-36 170-185 60.5-62 54.5-55.9 20-22
 Good 29-32 36-40 150-170 58-60 52.5-54.5 18-20
 Fair 32-35  40-44 130-150 56-58 50.5-52.5 16-18
 Utility over 35 over 44 under 130 under 56 under 50.5 under 16
Washington-Oregon (Columbia Basin)  
Weekly Hay Report 
May 31
Washington-Oregon (Columbia Basin) Weekly Hay Report 
***Note: Due to scheduling conflicts this report will not be issued again until 
June 21, 2019.***
Tons:  5425    Last Week:  2800    Last Year:  17,160       
   Compared to last Friday, Premium/Supreme non rained on new crop Alfalfa 
steady. Trade slow to moderate. Demand remains good. Dairies are aggressive for 
quality new crop. Rain showers over the trade area early in the week resulted in 
excessive rain damage to new crop. All reported sales this week is for new crop. 
Retail/Feed store steady.   All prices are dollars per ton and FOB the farm or 
ranch unless otherwise stated. Delivered prices include freight, commissions and 
other expenses.

                      Tons       Price       Wt. Avg     Comments
  Alfalfa                                                             
    Mid Square                                                        
      Supreme         1875   223.00-230.00   223.47      Tarped       
      Premium          400   225.00-225.00   225.00      Tarped       
      Utility/Fair    2000   160.00-170.00   165.00      Rain Damage  
                      1000   175.00-175.00   175.00  Del Rain Damage  

  Alfalfa                                                               
    Small Square                                                        
      Premium          150   230.00-230.00   230.00      Retail/Stable  
Oregon Weekly Hay Report   
June 7
   Compared to May 31:  Prices trended generally steady compared to last 
report's prices.  Retail/Stable type hay remains the most demanded hay.
Recent and upcoming storms in the growing areas have delayed some cutting.  
All sales in this report are 2018 crop year hay, unless noted by NC.                                                       
Tons:  197    Last Week:  341    Last Year:  874     
Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Wasco Counties:         
                      Tons   Price Range   Wtd Avg    Comments          
  Orchard Grass                                                         
    Small Square                                                        
      Premium            2  250.00-250.00  250.00     Retail/Stable     

  Mixed Grass Five-Way
    Small Square                                                        
      Premium            5  275.00-275.00  275.00     Retail/Stable     

Klamath Basin:                                                          
                      Tons   Price Range   Wtd Avg    Comments          
  Orchard Grass                                                         
    Small Square                                                        
      Premium          100  260.00-260.00  260.00     Retail/Stable, NC 

Lake County:                                                            
                      Tons   Price Range   Wtd Avg    Comments          
  Alfalfa                                                               
    Small Square                                                        
      Premium           30  200.00-200.00  200.00                       
                        60  200.00-200.00  200.00     Retail/Stable     

Eastern Oregon: No New Sales Confirmed.                                 
Harney County: No New Sales Confirmed.                                  
Idaho Weekly Hay Report
May 31
***Note: Due to scheduling conflicts this report will not be issued again until 
June 21, 2019.***

Tons:  200    Last Week:  1650    Last Year:  1020   

   Compared to last Friday, Domestic New crop Alfalfa steady in a light test. 
Trade slow. Demand remains good. Rain in the trade continues to delay harvest of 
new crop. Processors are running low on inventory due to rain delays on new crop. 
Retail/Feed store not tested this week. Prices are dollars per ton and FOB the farm 
or ranch unless otherwise stated.  
 
                   Tons      Price        Wt. Avg    Comments
  Alfalfa                                                   
    Mid Square                                              
      Supreme       200   195.00-195.00   195.00     Tarped 
California Hay Report
June 7
Compared to last week: All classes traded steady with moderate demand.  A lot 
of hay got cut this week that has been waiting for the rain to subside.  
According to Crop Progress report June 3, 2019, In the Sacramento Valley, winter 
wheat progressed well and rice continued to be planted. Corn and safflower 
continued to progress well in Kings. Cutting of alfalfa continued. In Tulare, 
Corn and cotton continued to progress well. Wheat, alfalfa, and oats continued 
to be harvested. Silage crops were being cut.  Hay is reported FOB the stack or 
barn unless otherwise noted.  Regions are defined at bottom of report.  

Tons:  8160    Last Week:  5710    Last Year:  10,358                          

Region 1: North Inter-Mountain: No New Sales Confirmed.

Region 2: Sacramento Valley:                                                   
                             Tons   Price Range   Wtd Avg    Comments          
  Alfalfa/Orchard Mix                                                          
      Premium                 100  250.00-250.00  250.00     Retail/Stable     

Region 3: Northern San Joaquin Valley:                                         
                             Tons   Price Range   Wtd Avg    Comments          
  Alfalfa                                                                      
      Supreme                  50  260.00-260.00  260.00 Del                   
      Premium                 300  240.00-240.00  240.00                       
      Good/Premium            300  230.00-230.00  230.00                       
      Fair/Good               100  190.00-190.00  190.00 Del                   
  Grain                                                                        
      Good                   2700  140.00-140.00  140.00     Rain Damage       
                             1000  110.00-110.00  110.00     Weedy             

Region 4: Central San Joaquin Valley:                                          
                             Tons   Price Range   Wtd Avg    Comments          
  Alfalfa                                                                      
      Supreme                  25  285.00-285.00  285.00 Del                   

Region 5: Southern California: No New Sales Confirmed.

Region 6: Southeast California:                                                
                             Tons   Price Range   Wtd Avg    Comments          
  Alfalfa                                                                      
      Premium                1650  200.00-200.00  200.00                       
                              750  230.00-230.00  230.00     Contracted        
                              500  205.00-210.00  207.50     Export            
                              535  225.00-225.00  225.00     Retail/Stable     
      Good/Premium            150  190.00-190.00  190.00                       

The following are the counties included in each region:                        
Region 1: Siskiyou, Modoc, Shasta, Lassen, and Plumas.                         
Region 2: Tehama, Glenn, Butte, Colusa, Sutter, Yuba, Sierra, Nevada, Placer,  
          Yolo, El Dorado, Solano, Sacramento, Amador, and Alpine.             
Region 3: San Joaquin, Calaveras, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Mono, Merced, Mariposa.
Region 4: Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, and Inyo.                             
Region 5: Kern, Northeast Los Angeles, and Western San Bernardino.             
Region 6: Eastern San Bernardino, Riverside, and Imperial.                     

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