Nebraska Grain Elevator Bids

                 

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Dodge City, KS   Thu   Aug 21, 2014   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.

Thursday, August 21, 2014



US No 1 Hard Red Winter Wheat, Ord. Prot: 5.47 - 5.87 3 Higher

    Hastings                                              5.87

    Superior                                              5.85

    Holdrege                                              5.75

    Dorchester, Grand Island, Greenwood, Waverly,         5.72

    Lexington                                              

    Beatrice, Plymouth                                    5.67

    Ogallala-Brule                                        5.57

    McCook                                                5.53

    Kimball-Dix                                           5.49

    Imperial                                              5.47



US No 2 Yellow Corn: 3.12 - 3.67 2-6 Higher, mostly 2-3 Higher

    Lexington                                             3.67

    Holdrege                                              3.58

    Elm Creek                                             3.50

    Imperial                                              3.49

    Hastings, Plymouth, Superior                          3.47

    Kimball-Dix, McCook                                   3.46

    Nebraska City                                         3.45

    Dorchester                                            3.43

    Ogallala-Brule, Silver Creek                          3.42

    Columbus, Greenwood, Waverly, Manley, Murdock         3.36

    Duncan                                                3.35

    Grand Island, Tarnov                                  3.34

    Osceola                                               3.33

    Belgrade                                              3.32

    Merna                                                 3.31

    Beatrice, Brownville                                  3.29

    Wakefield                                             3.17

    Bloomfield                                            3.12



US No 2 Yellow Grain Sorghum: 5.71 - 6.02 3-5 Higher

    Dorchester, Plymouth                                  6.02

    Grand Island                                          5.96

    Superior                                              5.89

    Beatrice                                              5.84

    Hastings                                              5.79

    McCook                                                5.71



US No 1 Yellow Soybeans: 9.68 - 12.38 mostly Steady, few instances 15-30 Higher

    Greenwood, Waverly, Manley, Murdock                  12.38

    Nebraska City                                        11.78

    Brownville                                           11.18

    Beatrice, Dorchester, Grand Island, Plymouth         11.13

    Hastings                                             11.03

    Elm Creek, Lexington, McCook                         10.98

    Columbus                                             10.94

    Duncan, Holdrege, Imperial, Osceola                  10.93

    Tarnov                                               10.92

    Silver Creek                                         10.91

    Belgrade                                             10.88

    Merna                                                10.86

    Superior                                              9.68





Source: USDA-KS Dept of Ag Market News, Dodge City, KS

        Rich Hruska, OIC     Phone 620 227-8881

        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/wh_gr111.txt

        www.ams.usda.gov/lsmarketnews

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