Missouri Grain

JC_GR110
Jefferson City, MO     Fri Jul 25, 2014     MO Dept of Ag-USDA Market News

Missouri Grain
Cash Bids Paid to Producers, dollars per bushel (Grain Sorghum per hundred)

Daily Trends:  Soybeans .41 lower to .25 higher, Wheat .10 higher,
               Corn .01 lower to .02 higher, Sorghum .05 lower to .05 higher.
Weekly Trends: Soybeans .11 to .41 higher, Soft Wheat .03 lower to .06 higher, 
               Corn .08 to .13 lower, Sorghum .14 lower to .06 higher.


                     US 1 Yellow     US 1 Hard Red     US 2 Soft     US 2 Yellow  US 2 Grain
                       Soybeans      Winter Wheat      Red Wheat        Corn        Sorghum

St. Joseph           12.67-12.73         -----           -----          3.53         -----
Kansas City          12.38-13.08       6.26-6.38       5.33-5.53      3.53-3.65    6.30-6.37
St. Louis               12.82            -----         5.08-5.18      3.98-4.03      7.07
CENTRAL
  Glasgow               12.48            -----            5.13          3.48         -----
  Marshall              12.59            -----            5.13          3.53         5.94
  Slater                12.58            -----            5.13          3.53         -----
SOUTHWEST
  Lamar                 12.34            -----            5.23          3.78         5.85
  Golden City           12.48            -----            4.88          4.00         -----
  Lockwood              12.39            -----            4.90          3.96         7.05
NORTH CENTRAL
  Hale                  12.44            -----            4.98          3.33         -----
  Macon                 12.29            -----            4.80          3.54         -----
SOUTH EAST BARGE
  Caruthersville        -----            -----            4.98          3.79         -----
  Cape Girardeau        12.38            -----            4.52          3.92         6.57
  Buffalo Island        12.08            -----            5.08          3.98         -----
SOUTH EAST
  Dudley                12.10            -----            4.64          3.48         -----
NORTH EAST
  Shelbina              12.56            -----            5.02          3.54         -----
  Kahoka                12.33            -----           -----          3.61         -----
  Montgomery City       -----            -----           -----          -----        -----
NORTH EAST BARGE
  La Grange             -----            -----            4.93          3.71         -----
  Louisiana             12.31            -----            4.92          3.68         7.08
  Gregory Landing       12.55            -----            4.96          3.72         -----
NORTH WEST
  Hopkins               12.44            -----           -----          3.21         -----
  Bethany               12.50            -----           -----          3.21         -----
  Carrollton            12.58            -----            5.13          3.53         -----
WEST CENTRAL
  Waverly               12.57            -----            5.18          3.48         -----
  Alma                  12.48            -----            5.08          3.38         -----
  Adrian                12.52            -----            5.23          3.78         -----

*Denotes New Crop when specified

Source: MO Dept of Ag Market News Service, Jefferson City, MO
        Caroline Carter, Market Reporter, 573-751-5618
        24 Hour Recorded Report 1-573-522-9244
        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/JC_GR110.txt

 

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