Portland, OR Daily Grain Report
Portland, OR Thu Feb 21, 2013 USDA Market News
Portland Daily Grain Report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; Subject to change
Bids for grains delivered to Portland, Oregon during February by unit
trains and barges, in dollars per bushel, except oats, corn and barley,
in dollars per cwt. Bids for soft white wheat are for delivery periods
as specified. All other wheat bids are for full February delivery.
Bids for corn are for 30 day delivery.
March wheat futures trended steady to 16.50 cents per bushel lower
compared to Wednesday’s closes.
Bids for US 1 Soft White Wheat for February delivery in unit trains
or barges were not fully established but were indicated as five to 16.50
cents per bushel lower than Wednesday’s noon bids for February delivery.
Some exporters were not issuing bids for nearby delivery.
Bids for 11.5 percent protein US 1 Hard Red Winter Wheat for February
delivery were not fully established in early trading but were indicated
as generally steady compared to Wednesday’s noon bids for the same
Bids for 14 percent protein non-guaranteed US 1 Dark Northern Spring
Wheat for February delivery were not fully established in early trading
but were indicated as 12.25 of a cents per bushel lower than Wednesday’s
noon bids in reaction to the lower Minneapolis March wheat futures.
Bids for US 2 Yellow Corn delivered to Portland in single rail cars
for domestic use trended 16.25 cents per cwt lower than Wednesday’s noon
bids. Lower Chicago March corn futures pressured cash corn bids in early
trading. Corn bids truck delivered to the Yakima Valley also trended
16.25 cents per cwt lower than Wednesday’s noon bids.
All wheat bids in dollars per bushel
US 1 Soft White Wheat - delivered by Unit Trains and Barges *
Feb mostly 8.5400, ranging 8.4800-8.6200
Aug NC 7.6675-7.7675
US 1 White Club Wheat - delivered by Unit Trains and Barges *
Feb mostly 8.5400, ranging 8.4800-8.6200
*Not fully established.
US 1 Hard Red Winter Wheat - (Exporter bids-falling numbers of 300 or
Ordinary protein 8.5325-8.8525
10 pct protein 8.5325-8.8525
11 pct protein 8.7325-8.9925
11.5 pct protein
Aug NC 8.5325-8.7325
12 pct protein 8.8825-9.1225
13 pct protein 8.9725-9.2225
US 1 Dark Northern Spring Wheat (with a minimum of 300 falling numbers, a maximum
of 0.5 part per million vomitoxin, and a maximum of one percent total damage) *
13 pct protein 8.9450-9.1350
14 pct protein
Aug NC 9.1775-9.2275
15 pct protein 9.1050-9.3350
16 pct protein 9.1050-9.3350
US 2 Yellow Corn in dollars per CWT
Domestic-single rail cars
Delivered full coast-BN NA
Delivered to Portland 14.4500-14.5750
Rail and Truck del to Willamette Vly NA
Rail del to Yakima Valley NA
Truck del to Yakima Valley 14.3125-14.7625
US 2 Heavy White Oats in dollars per CWT ** 13.5000
** Not well tested.
Exporter Bids Portland Rail/Barge Jan 2013
Averages in Dollars per bushel
US 1 Soft White by Unit Trains and Barges 8.5300
US 1 Hard Red Winter (Ordinary protein) 8.9100
US 1 Hard Red Winter (11.5% protein) 9.2100
US 1 Dark Northern Spring (14% protein) 9.4800
Source: USDA Market News Service, Portland, OR
Niki Davila 503-326-2237 Portland.LGMN@ams.usda.gov
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