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Portland, OR   Thu, Aug 7, 2014    USDA Market News

***RESENDING WITH CORRECT DATE. NO OTHER CHANGES***

CA Weekly Grain Report                         Compared Jul 31, 2014

Paid by feed manufacturers and other users, delivered plant or 
receiving station.  All prices are offers for prompt shipment unless 
otherwise stated.

Dollars Per Cwt. -Bulk-
BARLEY  US No 2 (46-lbs. per bushel)
  Rail: Any Origin - via BNSF and U.P.
    Stockton-Modesto-Oakdale-Turlock             NA
    Tulare                                       NA
  Truck: Petaluma-Santa Rosa                     13.00       up .50
    Stockton-Modesto-Oakdale-Turlock             NA
    Fresno-Tulare-Corcoran-Coalinga-Hanford      NA
    Colusa County                                NA
    Glenn County                                 NA
CORN  US No 2 Yellow
  FOB: Turlock                                   9.19        up .03
                                           Basis 1.55+U      dn .01
  Rail: Single Car Units via BNSF
    Los Angeles-Chino Valley                     10.35       up .05
                                           Basis 2.20+U      unch
  Truck: 
    Petaluma-Santa Rosa                          NA
    Stockton-Modesto-Oakdale-Turlock             9.49-10.25  up .03-.79
                                           Basis 1.72-214.5+U dn .01-up 41.5
    Los Angeles-Chino Valley                     NA
    Fresno-Tulare-Corcoran-Coalinga-Hanford      NA
SORGHUM  US No 2 Yellow (Milo)
 Rail: Los Angeles-Chino Valley via BNSF Single  10.12       unch
                                           Basis 2.07+U      dn .03
 Truck: Modesto-Oakdale-Turlock                  NA
OATS  US No 1 White (36-lbs. per bushel)
 Truck: Los Angeles-Chino Valley                 16.15       up .40
      US No 2 White (33-lbs. per bushel)
 Truck: Petaluma                                NA
        Stockton-Modesto-Oakdale-Turlock        NA

WHEAT  US No 2 or better - Hard Red Winter
 (Domestic Values for Flour Milling)
  Truck (California Origin)
    Los Angeles 12% Protein                      14.49       up .18
                                           Basis 2.23+U      dn .10
    Los Angeles 13% Protein                      14.69       up .18
                                           Basis 2.35+U      dn .10
    Los Angeles 14% Protein                      14.89       up .18
                                           Basis 2.47+U      dn .10
 Rail-Truck (Out of State Origin)
    Los Angeles Guaranteed 12% Protein           13.77       up .01
                                           Basis 1.80+U      dn .20
    Los Angeles Guaranteed 13% Protein           NA
    Los Angeles Guarantted 14% Protein           NA
WHEAT  US Durum Wheat
 FOB:
    Imperial County                              15.68       no comp
WHEAT  Any Class for Feed
 FOB: 
    Tulare                                       NA
 Rail-Truck:
    Los Angeles-Chino Valley                     13.15-14.50 up .15-.50
     (11-1/2 to 12-1/2 percent protein)
 Truck:  
    Petaluma-Santa Rosa                          NA
    Stockton-Modesto-Oakdale-Turlock             NA
    Fresno-Tulare-Kings                          NA
    Merced County                                NA
    Kern County                                  11.80       no comp
    Colusa County                                NA

PRICES PAID TO CALIFORNIA FARMERS
Seven-Day Reporting Period Ending Thu, Jul 31, 2014
Point of Sales             Price per       Shipment       Basis of
  County                    Cwt             Period         Sale
WHEAT, US No 2 or better, Hard Red Winter Wheat 13% Protein
  No confirmed sales.
WHEAT, US No 2 or better, Hard White Wheat 13% Protein
  No confirmed sales.
WHEAT, US No 1, Hard Amber Durum for Flour Milling
  Imperial    15.68  Prompt     FOB Back to the grower
BARLEY, US No 2, 48 lbs per bushel
  No confirmed sales.
YELLOW CORN, US No 2 or better
  No confirmed sales.
SORGHUM, US No 2 or better
  No confirmed sales.

AH = As Harvested  N = Nominal    FH  = First Half  Ltd = Limited
OC = Old Crop      NC = New Crop  LH  = Last Half   Ind = Indicated
Inc = Including    NFE = Not Fully Established      No Comp = No Comparison
N = Nominal        BNSF = Burlington Northern-Santa Fe Railroad
TBD = To Be Determined U.P. = Union Pacific Railroad

Chicago and Kansas City Board of Trade's month symbols: F = January, 
H = March, K = May, N = July, Q = August, U = September, V = October, 
X = November, Z = December

Source:  USDA Market News Service, Portland, OR
         Niki Davila Portland.LPGMN@ams.usda.gov
         24 hour price information 503-326-2022
         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/jo_gr125.txt
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