Hay Prices By U.S. & State

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The average U.S. hay price dropped $2.00 to $112.00, but is still above this year's average price of $109.27. Nevada had the largest increase, prices improved by $19.00 to $110. Prices fell $14.00 in Wisconsin to $102.00, which was the largest decrease last month.

Hay Prices by U.S. & State
 
PricesApr.MayJuneJulyChangeReport
  United States109.00116.00114.00112.00-2.00Report
  Arizona120.00125.00130.00130.000.00Report
  California115.00118.00114.00113.00-1.00Report
  Colorado124.00124.00125.00125.000.00Report
  Idaho98.0093.00107.00101.00-6.00Report
  Illinois126.00128.00116.00122.006.00Report
  Iowa120.00117.00116.00110.00-6.00Report
  Kansas100.00112.00106.00107.001.00Report
  Kentucky103.00111.0093.0089.00-4.00Report
  Michigan110.00104.00110.00102.00-8.00Report
  Minnesota108.00107.00111.00111.000.00Report
  Missouri66.0072.0075.0074.00-1.00Report
  Montana88.0087.0090.0085.00-5.00Report
  Nebraska77.0074.0076.0076.000.00Report
  Nevada97.0093.0091.00110.0019.00Report
  New Mexico146.00151.00152.00154.002.00Report
  New York106.0094.0099.00112.0013.00Report
  North Dakota62.0061.0059.0056.00-3.00Report
  Ohio105.00123.00105.00122.0017.00Report
  Oklahoma114.00113.00105.00101.00-4.00Report
  Oregon138.00140.00146.00154.008.00Report
  Pennsylvania119.00117.00125.00127.002.00Report
  South Dakota78.0086.0081.0074.00-7.00Report
  Texas125.00138.00130.00132.002.00Report
  Utah104.0095.00105.00109.004.00Report
  Washington130.00136.00137.00146.009.00Report
  Wisconsin109.00115.00116.00102.00-14.00Report
  Wyoming85.0089.0088.0087.00-1.00Report



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