Week ending Nov 18, 2019 Compared to last week hay steady. Demand was moderate for local sales and good demand noted on hay leaving the state for horse clients. Some contacts stated their hay sheds are almost empty as they have been shipping hay at a rapid pace. Many contacts usually have hay in their sheds till after the first of the year. But, some say they will be cleaned out way before then. January like temps across most of the state this week, several reports it has halted farming and most outside work. Most think they will get back into the fields by the first of next week. Some corn on the ground in some area after strong winds prevailed on Monday. Some corn will be saved but there are a few reports that near 100 bushels of corn lost on the ground. Light snow on the ground in some areas with some producers waiting for the snow to melt so they can finish baling hay for the 2019 season. Note: “All prices are dollars per ton FOB the field or hay barn unless otherwise noted.” Eastern Wyoming Alfalfa: Supreme large squares 195.00-200.00. Premium large squares 180.00; Good large squares 150.00-160.00. Fair large squares 130.00- 140.00. Premium small squares 270.00. Alfalfa/grass: Premium large squares 230.00; Good large squares 200.00-215.00. Straw large squares 70.00-80.00. Sun-cured alfalfa pellets 15 percent protein 255.00. Western Wyoming Alfalfa: Good large squares 160.00-165.00; Fair large squares 120.00- 130.00. Premium small squares 200.00-220.00. Good rounds 150.00. Alfalfa/Orchard grass: Premium small squares 225.00-250.00 Timothy: Premium small squares 240.00. Certified weed seed free alfalfa cubes bulk 230.00-240.00, 50 lbs bags 280.00.