Virginia Daily Grain

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Richmond, VA    Tue Apr 22, 2014   USDA-VA Dept of Ag Market News

Virginia Grain 

Prices paid to producers as of 4:00 pm.
Prices dollars per bushel unless otherwise stated.
   
Closing prices for Tue Apr 22, 2014 

Norfolk Terminal area
   Wheat new crop 4 higher. Corn 7 higher, new crop 6
   higher. Soybeans 19 lower, new crop 8 lower.
   No 2 red winter wheat   ---         new crop   6.35
   No 2 yellow corn        5.36        new crop   4.96
   No 1 soybeans          15.15        new crop  12.06
   
Norfolk Producer area
   Wheat new crop 4 higher. Corn new crop 6 higher.
   Soybeans new crop 8 lower.
   No 2 red winter wheat   ---         new crop   6.15
   No 2 yellow corn        ---         new crop   4.86    
   No 1 soybeans           ---         new crop  11.91

Petersburg area
   Wheat 5 higher, new crop 4 higher. Corn 7 higher, new
   crop 6 higher. Soybeans 19 lower, new crop 8 lower.
   Barley new crop 8 higher; Milo new crop 6 higher.
   No 2 red winter wheat   6.33        new crop   5.90
   No 2 yellow corn        5.26        new crop   5.16
   No 1 soybeans          14.80        new crop  11.61
   No 2 barley             ---         new crop   3.12
   No.2 milo                           new crop   4.86

Hopewell area 
   Wheat new crop 4 higher. Corn 7 higher, new crop 6
   higher. Soybeans new crop 8 lower. Barley new crop  
   8 higher.
   No 2 red winter wheat   ---         new crop   6.05
   No 2 yellow corn        5.46        new crop   5.36
   No 1 soybeans           ---         new crop  11.61
   No 2 barley                         new crop   3.12

Middle Peninsula area
   Wheat 5 higher, new crop 4 higher. Corn 7 higher, new
   crop 6 higher. Soybeans 19 lower, new crop 8 lower.
   No 2 red winter wheat   6.20        new crop   6.05
   No 2 yellow corn        5.11        new crop   4.76
   No 1 soybeans          14.80        new crop  11.76     

Roanoke area
   Wheat 5 higher, new crop 4 higher
   No 2 red winter wheat   7.03        new crop   6.70 

Prices from elevators within 30 mile radius. 

Source:  Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
         USDA-VA Market News, Richmond, VA   804.786.3947
         www.vdacs.virginia.gov/marketnews
         market.news@vdacs.virginia.gov
                         
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