Memphis Daily Quotes

LR_GR110
Little Rock, AR     Wed, Apr 23, 2014     USDA-AR Dept of Ag Market News

Bid prices to farmers, FOB Memphis elevators by truck

                 Bids      Change             Basis          Change
Corn       5.2550-5.2650   UP 7.25            22K to 23K     UNCH
Soybeans   14.7650-14.8350 DN 11.25           8K to 15K      UNCH
SRW Wheat  7.0150-7.0250   UP 13.5-UP 4.5     25K to 26K     UP 10 to UP 1
Sorghum    9.5300-9.5800   UP 13              30K to 33K     UNCH

Contract Bids for New Crop Delivery
Corn       4.9725-5.0025   UP 8.25            -10U to -7U    UNCH
Soybeans   12.3750         UP 14-UP 12        10X            UP 2 to UNCH
SRW Wheat  6.7375-6.7775   UP 3.25            -9N to -5N     UNCH
Sorghum    9.1500-9.1900   UP 15-UP 16        8Z to 10Z      UNCH

* All bids are $/bu except Sorghum, which is $/cwt.
NA = Not Available  No Comp = No Comparison

Chicago Board of Trade month symbols: F January, G February, H March,
J April, K May, M June, N July, Q August, U September, V October,
X November, Z December
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Monthly Prices for: March 2014

No. 2 Yellow Corn                       5.0951
No. 1 Yellow Soybeans                  14.4039
No. 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat             7.0170
No. 1 Yellow Sorghum                    9.3502

Source: USDA-AR Coop Ext Service, Little Rock, AR
        Heather Riley  501-671-2200
        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/lr_gr110.txt
        www.ams.usda.gov/LPSMarketNewsPage

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