Friday, March 23, 2012

Peanut Prices

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Peanut prices received by farmers for all farmer stock peanuts averaged 34.6 cents per pound for the week ending March 17, up 0.1 cent from the previous week. Marketings of all farmer stock peanuts for the week ending March 17 totaled 74.2 million pounds, down 6.34 million pounds from the previous week.

Runner-type peanut prices averaged 34.7 cents per pound for the week ending March 17, down 1.5 cents from the previous week. Marketings of runner-type peanuts were 69.8 million pounds, up 14.4 million pounds from the previous week.

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