Western Kansas Grain Market Report

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Dodge City, KS   Tue Aug 27, 2013   USDA-KS Dept of Ag Market News 

Western Kansas Grain Markets

Compared to Monday: Wheat 1 lower; Corn 16 lower; Milo 28-29 lower; Soybeans 19 
lower. 

Tuesdays closing elevator grain bids:

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

Dodge City   6.87        6.38          9.93       12.71
Colby        6.97        6.35         10.44       13.11 
Garden City  6.92        6.50         10.27       14.41-14.46
Goodland     7.02        6.30          9.91       13.81      Spot 19.75-21.20
                                                               NC 19.75-21.20
Protection   6.97        6.40          9.82       13.41 
Scott City   6.92        6.45         10.23       13.46
Sublette     6.92        6.50-6.55    10.36       13.36-14.46
Syracuse     7.02        6.50         10.53
Ulysses      6.97        6.40         10.30       13.70 

Goodland   Millet 12.00      New Crop 
  
           #1 Confectionery 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 81.00 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
         http://www.ams.usda.gov/lpsmarketnewspage 
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