St. Joseph, MO Tue Oct 22, 2013 USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News
***NOTE: CORN GLUTEN FEED AND MEAL PRICES REFLECT LOW AFLATOXIN LEVELS.
Kansas City Weekly Feedstuff Review
Truck bids per ton unless otherwise stated.
Soybean meal, 48 percent was 426.10-431.10 per ton. Soybean hulls were
175.00-195.00 per ton. Soybean Hull Pellets were 180.00-195.00 per ton. 41
percent Cottonseed Meal was 400.00-405.00 per ton. Corn Gluten feed pellets
were 205.00-225.00 per ton. Corn Gluten Meal 60 percent was 670.00-685.00 per
ton. Kansas Interior millfeeds, rail was 150.00-165.00 per ton; Trucks were
180.00-190.00 per ton. Hominy Feed (FOB KC Northwest) rail was 135.00 per ton;
trucks were 140.00 per ton. Meat and Bone meal was 363.00-420.00 per ton.
Feather Meal was 510.00-525.00 per ton. Yellow Grease was 27.00 per cwt.
Alfalfa Meal was not available per ton; Sun-Cured 15 percent pellets were from
280.00-295.00 per ton; Alfalfa Center pellets, 17 percent were not available per
ton; Meal without oil was not available per ton.
Commodity Basis Change Price Change
Soybean Meal 48 Percent +10V+15V n/c 426.10-431.10 n/a
Soybean Hulls-Bulk 175.00-195.00 n/a
Soybean Hull Pellets-Bulk 180.00-195.00 n/a
Cottonseed Meal 41 Percent 400.00-405.00 n/a
Corn Gluten Feed Pellets 21 Percent 205.00-225.00 n/a
Corn Gluten Meal 60 Percent 670.00-685.00 n/a
Millfeeds: KS Int Rail 150.00-165.00 n/a
KS Int Truck 180.00-190.00 n/a
Hominy Feed (FOB KC Northwest) Rail 135.00 n/a
Truck 140.00 n/a
50 Percent Meat and Bone Meal 363.00-420.00 n/a
KC Feather Meal 510.00-525.00 n/a
Yellow grease (cents per lb) 27.00 n/a
Dehy Alfalfa Meal n/a A n/a
Sun-Cured Pellets 15 Percent 280.00-295.00 B n/a
Alfalfa Center, NE:
Dehy Pellets 17 Percent n/a A n/a
Meal n/a A n/a
Hay FOB storage n/a A n/a
**A-last updated 10/22/13**
**B-last updated 10/22/13**
(Soybean Meal bids are based off the Chicago December Soybean Meal Futures)
SOURCE: USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News Service, St, Joseph, MO
Greg Harrison, Market Reporter (816)238-0678
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