Minneapolis, MN Wed, Jan 05, 2011 USDA Market News
National Feedstuffs Market Review
**All prices quoted per ton unless otherwise noted**
The USDA Market News Service reports feed ingredient prices for the week ending
January 04, were mixed. Soybean Meal was mostly 0.80 to 7.80 lower. Cottonseed
Meal was 5.00 lower to 5.00 higher, mostly steady to 5.00 higher. Whole
Cottonseed was 10.00 lower to 5.00 higher. Canola Meal was 0.80 to 2.80 lower.
Linseed Meal was steady. Sunflower Meal was 10.00 to 15.00 lower. Crude Soybean
Oil was 49 points lower to 28 points higher. Crude Corn Oil was steady to 50
points lower. Meat and Bone Meal was mostly steady to 20.00 lower. Blood Meal
was steady in California. Feather Meal was steady to 10.00 lower. Fish Meal was
steady to 50.00 lower. Corn Hominy was steady to 3.00 lower. Corn Gluten Feed
was steady to 10.00 lower, mostly steady. Corn Gluten Meal was steady to 15.00
higher, mostly steady. Distillers Dried Grains was 5.00 lower to 7.00 higher,
mostly steady to 7.00 higher. Wheat Middlings were 10.00 lower to 15.00 higher.
OILSEEDS: On Tuesday, January 04, the March Soybean Meal futures closed 4.80
lower at 367.80; May closed 4.00 lower at 369.40. The March Soybean Oil futures
closed 54 points lower at 56.85 cents per pound; May closed 57 points lower at
57.28 cents per pound. Offers of high protein Soybean Meal in Central Illinois
was 0.80 to 7.80 lower from 364.80-369.80; Iowa was 3.80 to 5.80 lower from
349.80-356.80; Kansas City was 0.80 to 3.80 lower from 356.80-363.80;
Minneapolis was 2.80 lower at 355.80; St. Louis was 1.00 lower from 381.00-
393.00; Memphis was 1.40 lower to 0.60 higher from 384.00-402.00; Portland was
2.80 lower to 0.20 higher from 394.80-407.80; BN Santa Fe delivered Chino Valley
was 4.80 to 5.80 lower from 401.80-407.80; Union Pacific delivered Chino Valley
was 4.80 to 5.80 lower from 401.80-417.80. Cottonseed Meal FOB the Central San
Joaquin Valley in California was 1.00 to 5.00 higher with offers from 295.00-
300.00; Kansas City was steady to 5.00 higher from 275.00-280.00; St. Louis was
steady to 5.00 lower from 260.00-265.00; Memphis was steady to 5.00 higher at
245.00. Whole Cottonseed FOB the Central San Joaquin Valley in California was
5.00 to 10.00 lower from 285.00-300.00; Whole Cottonseed delivered to Portland
was steady to 3.00 higher from 318.00-325.00; Memphis was 5.00 higher at 230.00.
Offers for nearby delivered Canola Meal, 34 to 36 percent protein, delivered to
Portland was 0.80 to 2.80 lower from 269.80-287.80. Linseed Meal, 34 pct
protein was steady from 235.00-260.00 in the North Dakota-Minnesota area.
Sunflower Meal, 23 pct fiber, 28 pct protein was 10.00 to 15.00 lower from
200.00-215.00 in the North Dakota-Minnesota area. The Soybean Oil in Central
Illinois was 39 to 49 points lower from 52.58-53.83 cents per pound; Iowa was 3
to 8 points higher from 52.60-54.10 cents per pound; Minnesota was 28 points
higher from 53.35-54.10 cents per pound. Crude Corn Oil in Central Illinois was
steady to 50 points lower from 56.50-57.50 cents per pound.
ANIMAL PROTEINS: Meat and Bone Meal in the Central U.S. was ranged 286.00-
310.00; Pork ranged 310.00-315.00; FOB the Texas Panhandle was 287.00;
Minneapolis was steady to 20.00 lower from 300.00-320.00, pork was 320.00; St.
Louis was steady to 5.00 higher from 290.00-300.00 for ruminant; Pork ranged
300.00-310.00; Portland FOB production points was 11.00 to 20.00 lower from
280.00-317.00; FOB Central and Northern California 30.00 to 45.00 lower from
275.00-300.00; FOB Los Angeles was 30.00 to 45.00 lower from 275.00-280.00.
Blood Meal in the Central U.S. was 635.00; pork had no quote; FOB the Texas
Panhandle had no quote; delivered to the San Joaquin Valley was steady at
675.00. Feather Meal in Kansas City was steady from 385.00-425.00; Minneapolis
was steady to 10.00 lower from 415.00-435.00; Arkansas was 350.00; Mississippi
was also 350.00. Menhaden Fish Meal was steady to 50.00 lower at 1100.00 in the
Gulf Coast for both FAQ and Select qualities. The East Coast was also steady to
50.00 lower at 1100.00 for both the FAQ and Select qualities. Mixed Fish Meal,
60 percent protein FOB Central San Joaquin Valley had no quote.
CORN FEEDS: Yellow Corn Hominy in Central Illinois steady from 170.00-175.00;
Kansas City (Northwest) was steady from 177.00-180.00; St. Louis was steady to
3.00 lower from 180.00-192.00; rail delivered California was not available.
Corn Gluten Feed in the Midwest (IA, IL, IN) was steady from 130.00-145.00;
Kansas City was steady from 170.00-180.00; St. Louis was steady to 10.00 lower
from 150.00-165.00. Corn Gluten Meal, 60 percent protein in the Midwest (IA, IL,
IN) was steady from 500.00-540.00; Kansas City was steady to 15.00 higher from
560.00-590.00; St. Louis was steady from 535.00-567.50; Memphis was steady at
540.00. Distillers Dried Grain prices in Eastern Corn-belt was 3.00 higher from
168.00-190.00; Chicago area was steady to 3.00 higher from 165.00-168.00;
Lawrenceburg, IN was steady at 158.00; Nebraska was 2.00 to 7.00 higher from
172.00-195.00; Minnesota was 2.00 to 7.00 higher from 165.00-172.00; Kansas was
steady from 195.00-200.00; Iowa was 6.00 to 7.00 higher from 167.00-189.00;
Northern Missouri was 5.00 higher at 190.00; St. Louis was steady to 1.00 higher
from 170.00-185.00; Wisconsin was steady from 155.00-165.00; rail delivered
California was not available.
WHEAT MILFEEDS: Wheat Middlings in Buffalo, NY was 7.50 lower from 150.00-
152.50; Kansas City was 5.00 to 9.00 higher from 172.00-178.00; Minneapolis was
steady to 10.00 higher from 153.00-160.00; St. Louis was 2.00 to 10.00 lower
from 163.00-170.00; Memphis was 15.00 higher at 215.00. Wheat Millrun delivered
Portland was steady at 158.00. Wheat millrun truck delivered FOB Northern and
Central California mills had no quote; FOB Los Angeles mill door was 1.00 lower
to 3.00 higher with offers from 174.00-185.00.
OTHERS: Offers for rice bran were steady to 10.00 higher; millfeed was 5.00-
10.00 higher; hulls were 8.00-9.00 higher. Alfalfa Meal was 7.00 lower to 15.00
higher, mostly steady this past week.
Source: USDA Market News Service, Minneapolis, MN
National Feedstuffs Market Review
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