Western Kansas Grain Market Report

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Dodge City, KS   Mon   Aug 18, 2014   USDA-KS Dept of Ag Market News 

Western Kansas Grain Markets

Compared to Friday:  Wheat 2 lower; Corn 5-15 lower, mostly 5 lower, some 
basis changes; Milo 9 lower, an instance 18 lower; Soybeans 1 to mostly 6 
higher. 
 
Mondays closing elevator grain bids:

            #1 HRW      #2 YEL       #2 YEL       #2 YEL  
             WHEAT       CORN        GRN SORG     SOYBEAN         
Dodge City   5.81        3.93          6.00       11.68
Colby        5.81        3.76          6.09       10.83 
Garden City  5.81-5.83   3.96-4.01     6.00-6.09  11.63-11.68
Goodland     5.78        3.81          5.34       ----- 
Protection   5.78        3.84          5.91       11.63 
Scott City   5.77        3.96          6.00       11.48       
Sublette     5.81-5.88   4.01-4.06     6.27       11.48-11.68
Syracuse     5.78        4.21          6.27  
Ulysses      5.81        4.06          6.09       ----- 

Closing feed mill bids:
                         Corn         Grn Sorg
Ashland                  4.12          7.18

Oil Seed bids:

Goodland  NuSun      Spot 14.65-16.15
            Cash New Crop 17.00
  Hi Oleics Cash New Crop 20.00
             
          Millet     Spot  6.50  
          Canola     Spot 18.22
                 New Crop 17.96
 
#1 Confection Seeds:                         Large      Small  
                                     Spot   No Bid     No Bid 
                                 New Crop   No Bid     No Bid  
   
Cotton Grade 41, Leaf 4, Staple 34, West Texas base price 61.50 cents 
per Pound F.O.B. Railcar or Truck.     
   
Price per bushel for Wheat, Corn and Soybeans; per cwt for Grain 
Sorghum, Millet, Canola and Sunflower Seeds.

Source:  USDA-KS Department of Ag Market News Service, Dodge City, Ks
         Steve Hessman, Richard Hruska, OIC   620 227-8881
         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/dc_gr110.txt
         http://www.ams.usda.gov/lpsmarketnewspage 

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