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Signs point to continued drop in hay prices
After seeing prices rise to all-time highs during 2008, then drop at an unprecedented rate, California hay growers say theyre preparing for a tough year in 2009. Hay prices hit record highs last summer before dropping by as much as half for some grades of hay by the end of the year, the steepest singleseason decline on record.
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