Tennessee Cash Grain

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NV_GR110
Nashville, TN   Monday, Sep 30, 2013 USDA-TN Dept Ag Market News
Tennessee Cash Grain

Cash Basis: 
No 2 Yellow Corn: 12 cents lower
No 1 Yellow Soybeans: 37 cents lower

Contract Basis: 
No 2 Yellow Corn-Jan: 12 cents lower
No 1 Yellow Soybeans-Oct/Nov: 37 to 38 cents lower
Wheat-Soft Red-Jun/Jul: 7 cents lower

Tennessee Country Grain Elevators
Bid Prices as of 2:00 p.m. Monday
 
Region & City       Corn      Corn    Beans      Beans     Wheat
                    Sep       Jan      Sep      Oct/Nov    Jun/Jul
Northwest
 Martin             4.07      4.35     ----       12.59     6.33
 Sharon             4.11      ----     ----       12.53     6.27
 Obion              4.09      ----     ----       12.53     ----
 Mason Hall         4.07      ----     ----       12.43     ----
 Henry              4.22      ----     xxxx       xxxx      xxxx

Upper-mid 
 Clarksville        4.22      4.45     12.81      12.81     6.37
 New Johnsonville   4.08      ----     13.08      12.68     ----
 
Lower-mid
Dellrose            4.17      ----     ----       12.73     ----
Lawrenceburg        4.12      ----     ----       12.73     ----
Decherd             4.22      4.45     12.78      12.99     6.14
Guntersville, AL    4.32      4.35     12.83      12.83     6.52
Decatur, AL (AFC)   ----      ----     -----      -----     ----
                                                 
Region & City       Corn      Corn     Beans       Beans      Wheat
                    Sep       Jan       Sep       Oct/Nov    Jun/Jul

Northwest Barge Pts     
Booths Point        4.15      4.51     12.91       12.91      6.50
Hales Point         4.28      4.28     12.95       12.95      6.45
Heloise             4.15      4.51     12.91       12.91      6.50
Tiptonville         4.26      4.26     12.93       12.93      6.45
Hickman, KY         4.26    4.26/50   12.83/93   12.83/93   6.45/47

Source:  USDA-Tennessee Dept of Ag Market News, Nashville, TN
         615-837-5164  www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/nv_gr110.txt

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