Compared to last week, alfalfa hay sold unevenly steady. Grass hay sold fully steady. Ground and delivered hay steady and Dehy pellets steady.  
Demand was good this week. A wide range of buyers were on the market across the state. Dry weather concerns are in the back of a lot of people
minds right now and producers of livestock and feedlots with available cash flow have been stock piling hay incase the dryness continues within “their” areas. Cash prices this week look favorable to many buyers trying to ward off the sharply high prices many had to pay in the end of 2012 through 2013. Several feedlots have made large contracts for ground and delivered products trying to plan ahead in case hay prices continue to climb.  There has been some inquiry about “new crop” alfalfa and where it may be priced. Especially from areas that are showing up on the National drought monitor.  All sales are dollars per ton FOB the field or hay barn, unless otherwise noted.
Eastern/Central Nebraska
Alfalfa: Good large square bales 130.00-150.00. Premium large round bales 90.00-100.00. Good large round 85.00-95.00; small square bales 6.00 per bale. Alfalfa/Orchard grass: Good large square bales 150.00. Grass Hay: Good to Premium large round bales 85.00-100.00; Fair large round bales 60.00-70.00. Premium small square bales of grass hay 150.00. Brome grass: Good large round bales 75.00 per bale; small square bales 6.00 per
bale.  Cornstalk bales 50.00-60.00. Ground and delivered alfalfa 120.00.  Dehy Alfalfa pellets 17 percent protein 230.00.
Platte Valley area of Nebraska
Alfalfa: Good large round bales 85.00-95.00, few at 110.00. Ground and delivered alfalfa 120.00-125.00, with some loads at 130.00. Alfalfa/Stover mix 110.00-115.00, few at 120.00-125.00, Ground and delivered cornstalks 85.00-90.00. Dehy pellets 17 percent protein 195.00-210.00. Western Nebraska
Alfalfa: Supreme large square bales 185.00; Premium large square bales 150.00-165.00; Good large round bales 130.00-145.00. Straw large square bales 60.00-70.00. Ground and delivered alfalfa 150.00. Sun-cured alfalfa pellets 15 percent protein 215.00-225.00.Central and Western Wyoming
Alfalfa: Supreme large square bales 160.00; Premium large square bales 150.00; Good large square bales 140.00; Premium small square bales 180.00-200.00. Certified weed seed free alfalfa cubes 220.00-260.00.
Eastern Wyoming
Alfalfa: Supreme large square bales 200.00; Premium large square bales 165.00; Good large square bales 130.00-145.00; Good large round bales 145.00. Alfalfa/grass mix: Good large squares 65.00 per bale. Sun-cured alfalfa pellets 15 percent protein 215.00-225.00.
East River South Dakota
Alfalfa:  Supreme:  Small Squares, 210.00.  Premium:  Large Rounds,150.00.  Good to Premium:  Large Squares, 140.00.  Fair:  Large Squares, 120.00; Large Rounds, 115.00-130.00. Sun-cured Alfalfa pellets:  15 pct 175.00; 17 pct 180.00. Alfalfa Meal: 17 pct 185.00. Alfalfa/Grass Mix: Premium: Large Rounds, 135.00. Grass:  Good to Premium: Large Rounds, 125.00. Wheat Straw:  Large Squares, 110.00.  Large Rounds, 90.00. Cornstalks:  Large Rounds, 45.00, 50.00 del short haul.
West River South Dakota
Alfalfa/Grass Mix:  Premium:  Large Rounds, 200.00 Del. Grass: Good to Premium, Large Rounds, 165.00 Del.
Iowa
Alfalfa/Grass Premium Small Squares $165.00 -  $200.00 Large Squares $180.00 - $215.00 Large Rounds $185.00 - $185.00 Good Small Squares      $135.00 - $160.00 Large Squares $140.00 -  $170.00 Large Rounds $145.00 - $175.00 Fair Small Squares $105.00 - $125.00 Large Squares      $100.00 - $130.00 Large Rounds $100.00 - $135.00 Utility Small Squares $60.00 - $60.00 Large Rounds $60.00 - $80.00 Grass Good Large Squares $135.00 - $145.00 Large Rounds $140.00 - $140.00 Fair Large Squares $115.00 - $115.00 Large Rounds $100.00 - $100.00 Utility Large Rounds $80.00 - $80.00 Straw Oat Small Squares $115.00 -  $120.00 Corn Fodder Small Squares $70.00 - $70.00 Large Rounds $25.00 - $30.00   
Source:  USDA NE Dept of Ag Market News Service, Kearney, NE