Wyoming/Western Nebraska Elevator Grain Bids

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TO_GR110   
Torrington, WY      Fri   Feb 15, 2013     USDA-WY Dept of Ag Market News

**This report will not be released on Monday, February 18, 2013, as our offices 
will be closed in observance of Presidents Day. This report will be released on 
Tuesday, February 19, 2013.  If you have any questions or concerns, please 
contact us at TorringtonWy-LPSMNLS@ams.usda.gov** 

Eastern Wyoming/Western Nebraska Elevator Grain Bids  

Cash grain bids to farmers delivered to country elevators and feed mills
for Wheat, Corn and Soybeans per bushel, Millet and Sunflowers per CWT., 
as of 3:00 P.M. Friday, February 15, 2013. 

Compared to Thursday:
US No. 1 Hard Red Winter Wheat: 7.16-7.42, steady to 3 higher.
No. 2 Corn: 6.62-6.99, 4 higher.          
Millet: 32.00-40.50, steady.
US No. 1 Soybeans: 13.59-13.65, 7 higher. 
Sunflowers: 22.00-23.00, steady.

               US No. 1     US No. 2    White     US No. 1      
             HRW (12 pct)    Corn       Millet    Soybeans    Sunflowers
Sidney          7.33      6.89-6.94       nb         nb           nb
Dalton          7.33         6.89         nb         nb           --
Gurley          7.33          --          nb         --           --
Lorenzo         7.33          --          nb         --           --
Potter          7.33         6.89         nb         nb           nb
Kimball         7.32         6.98       32.00        --           --
Dix             7.27         6.98       32.00        --           --
Lodgepole       7.32         6.96         nb       13.59          --
Chappell        7.32         6.96       32.00      13.59          --
Pine Bluffs   7.27-7.32   6.98-6.99       nb         --           --
Burns           7.23          --          nb         --           --
Lindbergh       7.22          --          --         --           --
Big Springs     7.16         6.90         nb       13.65        23.00 
Brule           7.29         6.89         --         --           --
Lingle          7.30         6.89         --         --           --
Yoder            na           nb          --         --           --
Torrington       --          6.89         --         --           --
Lyman           7.30         6.89         nb         nb           --
Mitchell         --          6.89         --         --           --
Gering          7.30         6.89         nb         nb           --
Bridgeport      7.30         6.89         --         --           --
Broadwater       --          6.89         --         --           --
Oshkosh         7.30         6.80         --         --           --
Lewellen        7.30         6.89         --         --           --
Alliance        7.38          --          --         --           --
Hemingford      7.42         6.82       40.50        --         22.25   
Hay Springs     7.28         6.68         na         --           --
Gordon          7.28         6.62       40.00        --         22.00
Buskirks         nb           nb          --         --           --

nb - no bid
na - not available
nc - new crop

Source: USDA-WY Dept of Ag Market News, Torrington, WY 
        Kaye Orton, Market Reporting Assistant
        Phone   307-532-4146 
        24 Hour Market News Recording 307-532-7200
        Office email: TorringtonWy-LPSMNLS@ams.usda.gov
        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/to_gr110.txt 

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