North Carolina Weekly Grain


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WEEKLY GRAIN SUMMARY FEDERAL-STATE MARKET NEWS SERVICE
     Raleigh, North Carolina    Aug 22 2014-Aug 28 2014
Prices Paid Producers For Grain Delivered In Bulk To Elevators,
      Feed Mills & Processors as of 4:00 PM Daily

WEEKLY TRENDS:  Corn prices were mostly steady to 6 cents lower.
                Soybean prices were 19 to 65 cents lower.
                Wheat prices were 2 to 6 cents lower.
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                   No. 2 Yellow Shelled Corn (Bu.)
FEED MILLS:       Fri      Mon      Tue      Wed      Thu
Bladenboro        4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Candor            4.46     4.39     4.40     4.40     4.44     
Cofield           4.12     4.07     4.05     4.05              
Laurinburg        4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Monroe                                                         
Nashville                                                      
Roaring River     4.45     4.44     4.41     4.41     4.46     
Rose Hill         4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Selma                                                          
Statesville       4.15     4.09     4.06     4.06     4.11     
Warsaw            4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Pantego #2        3.82     3.77     3.95     3.85     3.89     
ELEVATORS:        ----------------------------------------
Akoskie                                                        
Bladenboro        3.91     3.86     3.85     3.85     3.89     
Clarkton          3.96     3.91     3.90     3.90     3.94     
Clement                                                        
Clinton           4.06     4.01     4.00     4.00     4.04     
Creswell                                                       
Elizabeth City    3.87     3.82     3.80     3.80              
Lagrange          3.91     3.86     3.85     3.85     3.89     
Monroe                                                         
Mount Olive       3.96     3.91     3.90     3.90     3.94     
Norwood           4.06     3.99     4.00     4.00     4.04     
Register                                                       
Warsaw #2         4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Wilson            3.91     3.86     3.85     3.85     3.89     

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                   No. 1 Yellow Soybeans (Bu.)
FEED MILLS:       Fri      Mon      Tue      Wed      Thu
Bladenboro                                                     
Candor                                                         
Cofield           12.47    12.34    12.33    12.29             
Laurinburg        11.51    11.10    10.60    10.70    10.58    
Monroe                                                         
Nashville                                                      
Roaring River                                                  
Rose Hill         11.51    11.10    10.60    10.70    10.58    
Selma                                                          
Statesville                                                    
Warsaw                                                         
Pantego #2                                                     
ELEVATORS:        ----------------------------------------
Akoskie                                                        
Bladenboro        11.56    11.15    10.65    10.75    10.63    
Clarkton          11.56    11.15    10.65    10.75    10.63    
Clement                                                        
Clinton           11.56    11.15    10.65    10.75    10.63    
Creswell                                                       
Elizabeth City    12.22    12.09    12.08    12.04             
Lagrange          11.56    11.15    10.65    10.75    10.63    
Monroe            12.32    12.19    12.18    12.14    12.19    
Mount Olive       11.56    11.15    10.65    10.75    10.63    
Norwood           11.51    11.11                               
Register                                                       
Warsaw #2                                                      
Wilson            11.56    11.15    10.65    10.75    10.63    
PROCESSORS:       ----------------------------------------
Fayetteville     12.9200  12.7900  12.7800  12.7300  12.7800  
Raleigh                                                       

PROCESSORS:              48 % Soybean Meal
Fayetteville     583.30   619.50   598.70   626.80   643.20   
Raleigh                                                       

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                   No. 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat (Bu.)
FEED MILLS:       Fri      Mon      Tue      Wed      Thu
Bladenboro        4.41     4.36     4.35     4.35     4.39     
Candor                                                         
Cofield                                                        
Laurinburg        4.26     4.21     4.20     4.20     4.24     
Monroe                                                         
Nashville                                                      
Roaring River                                                  
Rose Hill         4.31     4.26     4.25     4.25     4.29     
Selma                                                          
Statesville       5.27     5.17     5.16     5.22     5.31     
Warsaw            4.31     4.26     4.25     4.25     4.29     
Pantego #2                                                     
ELEVATORS:        ----------------------------------------
Akoskie                                                        
Bladenboro        4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Clarkton          4.26     4.21     4.20     4.20     4.24     
Clement           4.03     4.02     3.98     3.94     3.97     
Clinton           4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Creswell                                                       
Elizabeth City    4.82     4.73     4.72     4.77              
Lagrange          4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Monroe            4.12     4.03     4.02     4.07     4.17     
Mount Olive       4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     
Norwood           3.91     3.84                                
Register                                                       
Warsaw #2                                                      
Wilson            4.21     4.16     4.15     4.15     4.19     





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