USDA Market Reports

Nebraska Grain Elevator Bids

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Dodge City, KS   Thu   Dec 18, 2014   USDA-KS Dept of AG Market News



Nebraska Rural Elevators:



    Spot Cash Grain Prices: Prices bid or paid per bushel, except grain

Sorghum per CWT., at rural Nebraska elevators as of 2:00 P.M.

Thursday, December 18, 2014



US No 1 Hard Red Winter Wheat, Ord. Prot: 6.22 - 6.62 11 Lower to 9 Higher, mostly 2-3 Higher

    Hastings                                              6.62

    Superior                                              6.58

    Grand Island                                          6.54

    Dorchester, Greenwood, Waverly                        6.44

    Murdock                                               6.42

    Beatrice, McCook, Plymouth                            6.39

    Imperial                                              6.31

    Kimball-Dix                                           6.28

    Lexington                                             6.25

    Ogallala-Brule                                        6.24

    Holdrege                                              6.22



US No 2 Yellow Corn: 3.61 - 3.87 5 Lower to 7 Higher, mostly 3 Higher

    Superior                                              3.87

    Lexington, Wakefield                                  3.86

    Elm Creek                                             3.84

    Hastings, Nebraska City                               3.81

    Kimball-Dix, McCook                                   3.79

    Merna                                                 3.76

    Imperial                                              3.75

    Bloomfield, Holdrege, Silver Creek                    3.73

    Columbus, Dorchester, Grand Island,                   3.71

    Ogallala-Brule, Plymouth                               

    Belgrade, Osceola, Tarnov                             3.70

    Duncan, Greenwood, Waverly                            3.67

    Manley, Murdock                                       3.64

    Brownville                                            3.61



US No 2 Yellow Grain Sorghum: 7.41 - 8.32 5-6 Higher

    Superior                                              8.32

    Hastings                                              7.96

    Grand Island                                          7.61

    Beatrice, Dorchester, Plymouth                        7.52

    McCook                                                7.41



US No 1 Yellow Soybeans: 9.30 - 9.82 8 Higher, instance 1 Lower

    Hastings                                              9.82

    Brownville, Greenwood, Waverly, Nebraska City         9.80

    Manley, Murdock                                       9.77

    Superior                                              9.75

    Silver Creek                                          9.72

    Elm Creek, Holdrege, Osceola                          9.71

    Lexington                                             9.70

    Beatrice, Columbus, Dorchester, Plymouth              9.69

    Duncan                                                9.68

    Tarnov                                                9.67

    Belgrade                                              9.66

    Merna                                                 9.62

    Grand Island                                          9.55

    McCook                                                9.40

    Imperial                                              9.30





Source: USDA-KS Dept of Ag Market News, Dodge City, KS

        Rich Hruska, OIC     Phone 620 227-8881

        www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/wh_gr111.txt

        www.ams.usda.gov/lsmarketnews

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