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Hard Red Winter Wheat Cash Prices


Ordinary Protein 11% 12%
  +4
Fri PM
+4
Fri PM
+4
Fri PM
South Central MT
397 - 412 409 - 424 418 - 433
Golden Triangle 399 - 417
416 - 437 425 - 452
Northeast MT 365 - 400 377 - 407 386 - 412
FOB Portland+4
523 - 538
Fri PM
+4
543 - 546
Fri PM
+4
552 - 558
Fri PM

Dark Northern Spring Wheat Cash Prices

  13% Protein 14%  15%
  +5 to 9
Fri PM
+5 to 9
Fri PM
+5 to 9
Fri PM
South Central
MT
457 - 472 489 - 504 505 - 520
Golden Triangle 469 - 503
501 - 527
517 - 543
Northeast MT 429 - 459 457 - 492 477 - 512
FOB Portland +8 to 4
598 - 622
Fri PM
+9 to 4
631 - 642
Fri PM
+8 to 4
6.50
Fri PM




Wheat / Durum / Barley Cash Prices

  Soft White Wheat Hard Amber Durum Feed Barley
  -10 to +2
Fri PM
Unch 
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Unch 
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South Central MT  
 
Golden Triangle   600 500 - 550
Northeast MT  
600 - 625  
FOB Portland 528 - 558  (July)
   

Wyoming / Nebraska / Colorado Cash Prices

  Ordinary Hard Red Winter Wheat No. 2 Yellow Corn Feed Barley
  -3
Thu PM
+6
Thu PM
Steady
Thu PM
S.E. WY -
S.W. NEB
371 - 384342 - 347
 
North Central COLO 385 - 391387 - 402
 
Denver 391 - 411 387  525

 

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-1
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520 - 533
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Market Commentary from the Northern Ag Network:
  4/29/2016  2:00 PM

July Chicago wheat closed a few cents higher Friday with a final gasp of buying at the end of the session. It was fairly impressive that wheat prices did not fall lower as May Chicago wheat was hit with 1,680 deliveries and May K.C. wheat was hit with 1,000 deliveries early Friday. Friday's weather map also showed rain in the Southern Plains, although the amounts in eastern Texas and Arkansas were not welcome. Wheat's resilience is well-known and may be a good thing as winter crops have seen just about all extremes of weather this spring. So far, winter wheat has earned a 59% good-to-excellent rating from USDA which is much better than a year ago. The Wheat Quality Council begins its Hard Winter Tour across Kansas on Monday and DTN's Crops/Technology Editor Pam Smith will be there, providing us daily reports of what she finds. Outside of the U.S., minor concerns are reported in Poland, Ukraine, and the North China Plain, but most wheat regions are considered generally favorable at this time, denying potential bulls the satisfaction of a good argument. July Chicago wheat remains in its sideways trend with loyal commercial support below $5.00.

 

 

 

 



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