Kansas City, MO Truck Grain Bids

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SJ_GR112
St. Joseph, MO     Wed, Jul 03, 2013     USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News

Truck bids for Grains Delivered to Kansas City
(Price per bushel except Sorghum price per cwt.)

SPOT                Bids        Change (¢/bu)        Basis          Change
HRW Wheat:
 Ord Protein    6.9000-6.9600       UP 4           -5U to 1U         UNCH
SRW Wheat       6.5500-6.5700       UP 7          -10U to -8U        UNCH
Yellow Corn     6.7700-6.7900     UP 4-UP 1      145U to 147U      UP 5-UP 2
Yellow Sorghum     11.3900          UNCH             135Z            UNCH
Yellow Soybeans    16.0100          UP 5             160Q            DN 2

FORWARD CASH BIDS FOR New Crop Delivery
                    Bids        Change (¢/bu)        Basis          Change
**HRW Wheat:**
 **Ord Protein*    6.9600           UP 4             -20Z            UNCH
**SRW Wheat**      6.5900           UP 7             -19Z            UNCH
Yellow Corn     4.8300-4.8800       UNCH         -20Z to -15Z        UNCH
Yellow Sorghum  8.2700-8.3600       UNCH         -40Z to -35Z        UNCH
Yellow Soybeans    12.2100          UP 8             -30X            UNCH

**HRW & SRW Wheat for December Delivery**
Cash bids reflect the difference between the basis and the futures settlement.

HRW Wheat = US 1; SRW Wheat = US 2; Yellow Corn = US 2; Yellow Sorghum = US 2;
Yellow Soybeans = US 2

CBOT/KCBOT symbols: F January, G February, H March, J April, K May,
M June, N July, Q August, U September, V October, X November, Z December
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Monthly Prices for: June 2013

Yellow Corn                              7.2000
Yellow Sorghum                          11.9720
Yellow Soybeans                         15.4800

Source: USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News St. Joseph, MO
        Greg Harrison  816-676-7000  StJoe.LGMN@ams.usda.gov
        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/SJ_GR112.txt
        www.ams.usda.gov/LPSMarketNewsPage

12:28 C        glh


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