North Carolina Grain
Raleigh, NC Tuesday, Apr 9 2013 NC Dept of Ag Market News
North Carolina grain prices paid to producers by location,
delivered in bulk, as of 4:00 pm. In dollars per bushel.
US 2 Yellow Corn: was 11 to 16 cents higher. Prices were 6.89-7.29, mostly
6.89-6.94 at the feed mills, and 6.64-7.24, mostly 6.89 at the elevators.
New Crop: 5.30-5.90.
US 1 Yellow Soybeans: were 17 cents higher. Prices were 14.35 at the
processors, 14.21 at the feed mills, and 13.56-13.96, mostly 13.95 at the
elevators. New Crop: 11.67-12.27.
US 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat: was steady. Prices were 6.12 at the elevators.
New Crop: 5.93-6.44.
Feed Mills US 2 Yellow US 1 Yellow US 2 Soft Red
Corn Soybeans Wheat
Cash New Cash New Cash New
Candor 7.29 5.85
Cofield 6.94 5.40 14.21 12.27
Roaring River 7.29
Rose Hill 6.94
Statesville 6.94 7.68
Pantego #2 6.89 5.30
Creswell 6.64 13.95 6.44
Elizabeth City 6.64 5.30 13.96 12.12 6.44
Monroe 13.75 12.11 6.12
Norwood 6.89 5.55 13.56 11.67 5.93
Warsaw #2 7.24 5.90
Soybean Processors Soybeans Meal(48 pct protein)
Cash New Dollars per ton
Fayetteville 14.35 434.80
Raleigh 14.35 434.80
Source: North Carolina of Ag-USDA Market News, Raleigh, NC
Stephen Beasley Market Reporter 919-707-3107
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