Western Kansas Grain Market Report

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DC_GR110             
Dodge City, KS    Thu Jan 17, 2013    USDA-KS Dept of Ag Market News 

***This report will not be released on Monday, January 21, 2013 as our 
offices will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday.  
This report will be released on Tuesday, January 22.  If you have any 
questions or concerns, please contact us at dodgecity.lgmn@ams.usda.gov.***

Western Kansas Grain Markets

Compared to Wednesday: Wheat 5-8 lower, mostly 6-7 lower; Corn 6-8 lower, mostly 
6 lower; Milo 10-15 lower, mostly 10-11 lower; Soybeans 6-8 lower, mostly 7 
lower.

Thursdays elevator grain bids as of 2:00 PM:

            #1 HRW      #2 YEL      #2 YEL       #2 YEL  
            WHEAT       CORN        GRN SORG     SOYBEAN        NUSUN 

Dodge City   7.79        7.47          12.38       13.60
Colby        7.90        7.33          12.55       13.62  
Garden City  7.82        7.53-7.55     12.45-12.50 13.65
Goodland     7.79        7.33          12.32       13.46       Spot 22.60-24.10
                                                               NC         
Protection   7.93        7.40          12.23       13.77 
Scott City   7.77        7.48          12.38       13.65-13.66   
Sublette     7.82        7.57-7.60     12.55-12.59 13.65 
Syracuse     7.93        7.60          12.59
Ulysses      7.90        7.59          12.45       13.65 

Goodland   Millet 14.00      New Crop 
  
           #1 Confectionery Seeds           Large:            Small: 
                                     Spot:  No Bid            No Bid
                                 New Crop:        
   
Cotton Grade 41, Leaf 4, Staple 34, West Texas base price 71.00 cents per
Pound F.O.B. Railcar or Truck.     
   
Price per bushel for wheat, corn and soybeans; per cwt for grain 
sorghum, millet and sunflower seeds.

Source:  USDA-KS Department of Ag Market News Service, Dodge City, Ks
         Richard Hruska, OIC   620 227-8881
         24 hours price Information call 620 369-9311
         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/dc_gr110.txt
         www.ams.usda.gov/lsmarketnews 
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