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Hard Red Winter Wheat - Cash Prices

  Ordinary Protein 11% 12%
  -18
Wed PM
-18
Wed PM
-18
Wed PM
South Central MT
510 - 525 518 - 533
522 - 537
Golden Triangle 509 - 532
517 - 536
521 - 541
Northeast MT 461 - 504
469 - 512
473 - 516
FOB Portland No Comp
635 - 652
Thu AM
No Comp
643 - 662
Thu AM
No Comp
647 - 672
Thu AM

Dark Northern Spring Wheat Cash Prices

  13% Protein 14% 15%
  -12 to 30
Wed PM

-12 to 30
Wed PM
-12 to 30
Wed PM
South Central
MT
487 - 515 587 - 615
627 - 675
Golden Triangle 486 - 515
586 - 615646 - 675
Northeast MT 470 - 506
570 - 598
626 - 658
FOB Portland No Comp
645 - 659
Thu AM
No Comp
745 - 759
Thu AM
No Comp
805 - 819
Thu AM




Wheat / Durum / Barley - Cash Prices

  Soft White Wheat Hard Amber Durum Feed Barley
  No Comp
Thu AM
Steady
Tue PM
Steady
Tue PM




South Central MT   800  
Golden Triangle  
550 - 575
Northeast MT  
850
 
FOB Portland 645 - 682 (Aug)
   

Wyoming / Nebraska / Colorado - Cash Prices

  Ordinary Hard Red Winter Wheat No. 2 Yellow Corn Feed Barley
  -17
Wed PM
Steady
Wed PM
Steady
Wed PM
S.E. WY -
S.W. NEB
521 - 543
386 - 413 
North Central COLO 542 - 548
412 - 442
 
Denver 536 - 557
412 525

 

 

 

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Market Commentary from the Northern Ag Network:
                                      7/2/2015 10:00 AM

September wheat was lower early Thursday, even with more rain in southern Illinois and southern Indiana, making this year's SRW wheat harvest difficult. DTN's forecast for the northwestern U.S. and western Canadian Prairies also remains dry, stressful to crops. Early Thursday, USDA said that last week's sales and shipments of wheat totaled 13.4 and 13.3 million bushels respectively, a bearish combination that points to a lower USDA export estimate ahead for 2015-16. Outside of North America, Dow Jones reported that Europe's wheat estimates are being trimmed with hot temperatures stressing crops.
All three grains closed higher Wednesday with more support from moderate to heavy rain working from eastern Texas through the Ohio Valley. The rains are expected to continue at least until Friday, hurting winter wheat harvest and taking corn and soybean acres out of production

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