North Carolina Grain
Raleigh, NC Wednesday, Apr 10 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 5 cents higher. Prices were 6.94-7.34, mostly 6.94-
6.99 at the feed mills, and 6.69-7.29, mostly 6.94 at the elevators. New
US 1 Yellow Soybeans: were 3 cents lower. Prices were 14.32 at the
processors, 14.18 at the feed mills, and 13.53-13.93, mostly 13.92 at the
elevators. New Crop: 11.63-12.23.
US 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat: was 9 cents lower. Prices were 6.03 at the
elevators. New Crop: 5.98-6.33.
Feed Mills US 2 Yellow US 1 Yellow US 2 Soft Red
Corn Soybeans Wheat
Cash New Cash New Cash New
Candor 7.34 5.88
Cofield 6.99 5.43 14.18 12.23
Roaring River 7.34
Rose Hill 6.99
Statesville 6.99 7.46
Pantego #2 6.94 5.33
Creswell 6.69 13.92 6.33
Elizabeth City 6.69 5.33 13.93 12.08 6.33
Monroe 13.73 12.08 6.03
Norwood 6.94 5.58 13.53 11.63 5.98
Register 7.29 5.93
Soybean Processors Soybeans Meal(48 pct protein)
Cash New Dollars per ton
Fayetteville 14.32 432.90
Raleigh 14.32 432.90
Source: North Carolina of Ag-USDA Market News, Raleigh, NC
Stephen Beasley Market Reporter 919-707-3107
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