Oklahoma Closing Cash Grain Bids
Oklahoma City, OK Fri February 8, 2013 OK Dept of Ag-USDA Market News
Oklahoma grain elevator cash bids as of 2:00 pm Friday.
U.S. No 1 HARD RED WINTER WHEAT: Mixed, Mostly .01 to .02 lower. 7.24-7.95.
Davis 7.24, Frederick 7.45, Alva, Buffalo, Hooker, Lawton, Temple 7.54, Hobart
n/a, Keyes, Manchester 7.556, Cherokee, Perry, Ponca City, Stillwater 7.58,
Banner, El Reno, Okarche 7.64, Geary, Okeene, Watonga n/a, Shattuck 7.68,
Clinton, Weatherford 7.70, Medford 7.83, Eldorado 7.95, Gulf 8.49 1/2.
MILO: .02 to .04 lower. 11.23-12.30.
Weatherford 11.23, Alva, Buffalo, Manchester 11.39, Medford, Ponca City
11.71, Shattuck 11.76, Hooker, Keyes 12.30.
SOYBEANS: .34 lower. 13.82-14.13.
Hooker 13.82, Alva, Buffalo 13.91, Shattuck 14.02, Medford, Ponca City 14.12,
Stillwater 14.13, Gulf 15.33 1/2.
CORN: .02 lower. 6.64-7.51.
Manchester 6.64, Medford, Ponca City 6.94, Keyes 7.44, Hooker 7.51, Gulf
CANOLA (CWT) (New Crop) 21.80-22.22 cwt.: Apache 21.80, Blackwell n/a, Enid n/a,
Dacoma 22.02, Clyde 22.10, Hillsdale 22.22, El Reno, Yukon n/a.
Grade 41, Leaf 4, Staple 34 Cotton in Southwestern Oklahoma averaged 74.50
cents per pound.
*Gulf wheat bid based on 11 percent protein minimum
Source: Oklahoma Dept of AG-USDA Market News, Oklahoma City, OK
Jack Carson Telephone (405)-522-3752
Market Recording 405-621-5533
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