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An aid to establish competitive prices for hay in Arizona

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Arizona Hay Report Here January 12, 2015 Should we expect a DROP in the cost of Hay? Yes, definitely. We reported in November that there was a 12% increase in production of Alfalfa, yet prices were robust. January 7th we …

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January 12, 2015 Price Range for January: Alfalfa is $13.00 at The Hay Barn.  Highest is $18.99+ tax at all Olsen’s locations. Their 3rd consecutive month Bermuda is: $13.50 at the Hay Barn Gilbert. Highest is  Safford Feeds at $19.95.  More than …

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Hay Quality refers to the hay’s nutritional value, it’s acceptability by your horse, and the type and amount of foreign material it contains. Good quality hay is readily consumed, is highly digestible, high in nutrients and devoid of foreign material. …

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Prices can vary depending on many variables. But, like every other horse owner, I do not want to pay more than I have to for good quality hay ( for a definition: http://www.allabouthorses.com/how-to-determine-quality-hay/     Here are a few tips …