Nebraska Grain Elevator Bids

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Dodge City, KS   Mon   Oct 21, 2013   USDA-KS Dept of AG Market News

Nebraska Rural Elevators:

    Spot Cash Grain Prices: Prices bid or paid per bushel, except grain
Sorghum per CWT., at rural Nebraska elevators as of 2:00 P.M.
Monday, October 21, 2013

US No 1 Hard Red Winter Wheat, Ord. Prot: 7.13 - 7.51 1 higher to 13 lower, mostly 8 lower
    Superior                                              7.51
    Hastings                                              7.49
    Beatrice, Dorchester, Greenwood, Murdock,             7.41
    Holdrege, Lexington, Plymouth                             
    Waverly                                               7.39
    Imperial, McCook                                      7.22
    Kimball-Dix                                           7.18
    Ogallala-Brule                                        7.13

US No 2 Yellow Corn: 4.19 - 4.34 1 lower to 5 higher, mostly 2-3 higher
    Elm Creek, Imperial, Kimball-Dix, Lexington,          4.34
    McCook, Ogallala-Brule, Superior                          
    Hastings                                              4.33
    Holdrege                                              4.32
    Nebraska city                                         4.30
    Dorchester, Plymouth                                  4.28
    Bloomfield, Merna, Wakefield                          4.24
    Silver Creek                                          4.23
    Beatrice                                              4.22
    Belgrade, Columbus, Duncan, Grand Island,             4.20
    Greenwood, Murdock, Manley, Osceola, Tarnov,              
    Waverly                                                   
    Brownville                                            4.19

US No 2 Yellow Grain Sorghum: 6.95 - 7.57 4-5 higher
    Grand Island                                          7.57
    Hastings                                              7.48
    Superior                                              7.43
    Dorchester, Plymouth                                  7.29
    Beatrice, McCook                                      7.21
    Holdrege                                              6.95

US No 1 Yellow Soybeans: 12.25 - 12.61 9-19 higher, mostly 12 higher
    Hastings                                             12.61
    Nebraska City                                        12.58
    Elm Creek                                            12.56
    Dorchester, Plymouth                                 12.53
    Lexington                                            12.50
    Superior                                             12.49
    Beatrice, Holdrege                                   12.48
    Silver Creek                                         12.47
    Grand Island                                         12.46
    Belgrade, Columbus, Duncan, Greenwood, Murdock,      12.45
    Manley, Osceola, Tarnov, Waverly                       
    Merna                                                12.41
    Brownville                                           12.38
    McCook                                               12.33
    Imperial                                             12.25


Source: USDA-KS Dept of Ag Market News, Dodge City, KS
        Rich Hruska, OIC     Phone 620 227-8881
        24 Hour Market New 620 369-9311
        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/wh_gr111.txt
        www.ams.usda.gov/lsmarketnews

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