Tennessee Country Grain

NV_GR110
Nashville, TN   Friday, Apr 17, 2015 USDA-TN Dept Ag Market News
Tennessee Cash Grain

Cash Basis: 
No 2 Yellow Corn: 2 to 3 cents higher
No 1 Yellow Soybeans: 2 cents higher

Contract Basis: 
No 2 Yellow Corn-Sep: 3 to 4 cents higher
No 1 Yellow Soybeans-Oct/Nov: steady
Wheat-Soft Red-Jun/Jul: 1 to 2 cents lower

Tennessee Country Grain Elevators
Bid Prices as of 2:00 p.m. Friday
 
Region & City        Corn     Corn    Beans    Beans     Wheat
                     Apr      Sep      Apr    Oct/Nov   Jun/Jul
Northwest
 Martin              3.71     3.60     9.63     9.21     4.63
 Sharon              3.84     3.79     9.68     9.22     4.69
 Obion               ----     3.82     ----     9.30     4.64
 Mason Hall          3.84     3.74     ----     9.23     4.59
 Henry               3.94     3.88     xxxx     xxxx     xxxx

Upper-mid 
 Clarksville         3.81     3.73      9.83    9.37     4.85
 New Johnsonville    3.94     3.74      xxxx    9.27     4.84
 
Lower-mid
 Dellrose            ----     4.08      ----    9.53     4.74
 Lawrenceburg        ----     4.03      ----    9.53     4.74
 Decherd             4.05     3.88      9.89    9.33     4.29
 Guntersville, AL    4.04     4.14      9.58    9.57     4.89

Region & City        Corn     Corn     Beans   Beans    Wheat
                     Apr      Sep       Apr   Oct/Nov  Jun/Jul

Northwest Barge Pts     
 Booths Point        3.94     3.84      9.93    9.48     5.05
 Hales Point         4.07     3.84      9.78    9.52     4.99
 Heloise             3.94     3.84      9.93    9.48     5.05
 Tiptonville         3.94     3.84      9.83    9.47     xxxx
 Hickman, KY         3.99     3.79      9.73    9.44     4.94

Source: Tennessee Dept of Ag-USDA Market News, Nashville, TN
        Jodee Inman, OIC (502)782-4139
        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/nv_gr110.txt

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