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North Carolina Grain

RA_GR110
Raleigh, NC    Friday, Feb 12 2016    NC Dept of Ag Market News

North Carolina grain prices paid to producers by location, delivered in 
bulk, as of 4:00 pm. In dollars per bushel.

   US 2 Yellow Corn: was 1 to 2 cents lower. Prices were 4.08-4.54, 
mostly 4.28-4.33 at the feed mills, and 3.84-4.43, mostly 3.88-4.34 at 
the elevators.  New Crop: 3.82-4.63.

   US 1 Yellow Soybeans: were steady to 1 cent lower. Prices were 8.77 at 
the processors, 8.02-8.93 at the feed mills, and 8.22-8.73, mostly 8.22-
8.68 at the elevators.  New Crop: 8.76-8.91.

   US 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat: was 2 cents lower. Prices were 4.08-4.13, 
mostly 4.08-4.13 at the elevators. New Crop: 4.19-4.48.

Feed Mills      US 2 Yellow     US 1 Yellow     US 2 Soft Red
                   Corn          Soybeans           Wheat
                Cash    New    Cash      New     Cash    New
Bladenboro      4.33    4.31                     4.43    4.48
Candor          4.54    4.42                                 
Cofield         4.14    3.97    8.93     8.91                
Laurinburg      4.33    4.31    8.02             4.43    4.48
Monroe          4.53    4.48                                 
Nashville       4.23                                         
Roaring River   4.53    4.63                                 
Rose Hill       4.33    4.31                     4.43    4.48
Statesville     4.08                                         
Warsaw          4.33    4.31                     4.43    4.48
Pantego #2      4.28                                         

Elevators

Bladenboro      3.88    4.16    8.22             4.13    4.28
Clarkton        3.88    4.16    8.22             4.08    4.28
Clement                 4.14    8.34                     4.19
Clinton         4.08    4.21    8.22             4.08    4.23
Creswell        3.88            8.47                         
Elizabeth City  3.84    3.82    8.73     8.76                
Lagrange        3.93    4.11    8.22             4.08    4.23
Monroe                          8.68                         
Mount Olive     4.08    4.16    8.22             4.08    4.28
Norwood         4.34    4.22    8.28                     4.28
Register                        8.22                         
Warsaw #2       4.43    4.41                             4.48
Wilson          3.88    4.11    8.22             4.13    4.23

Soybean Processors               Soybeans        Meal(48 pct protein)
                               Cash      New       Dollars per ton
Fayetteville                    8.77                   312.00
Raleigh                                                    

Source: North Carolina of Ag-USDA Market News, Raleigh, NC
        Stephen Beasley Market Reporter 919-707-3107
        http://www.ncagr.com/market/mktnews/RA_GR110.TXT
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