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Hard Red Winter Wheat - Cash Prices

  Ordinary Protein 11% 12%
  -2
Thu PM
-2
Thu PM
-2
Thu PM
South Central MT
384 - 439
44 - 449
419 - 457
Golden Triangle 399 - 407
411 - 418 420 - 433
Northeast MT 368 - 410 378 - 420 385 - 428
FOB Portland No Comp
527 - 567
Fri AM
No Comp
537 - 577
Fri AM
No Comp
546 - 584
Fri AM

Dark Northern Spring Wheat Cash Prices

  13% Protein 14% 15%
  Mixed
Thu PM

Mixed
Thu PM
Mixed
Thu PM
South Central
MT
402 - 439
442 - 479
462 - 499
Golden Triangle 435 - 441
475 - 481
497 - 501
Northeast MT 398 - 425
438 - 465
458 - 485
FOB Portland No Comp
565 - 575
Fri AM
No Comp
597 - 607
Fri AM
No Comp
603 - 613
Fri AM




Wheat / Durum / Barley - Cash Prices

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




South Central MT  
 
Golden Triangle   650 525 - 550
Northeast MT  
675
 
FOB Portland 635 - 646 (Aug)
   

Wyoming / Nebraska / Colorado - Cash Prices

  Ordinary Hard Red Winter Wheat No. 2 Yellow Corn Feed Barley
  -2 to -3
Thu PM
+2
Thu PM

Steady
Thu PM
S.E. WY -
S.W. NEB
394 - 429
331 - 347
 
North Central COLO 414 - 439 379 - 405
 
Denver 414 - 445
379 525

 

+9
525 - 545
Mon PM

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Market Commentary from the Northern Ag Network:
                                             8/28/2015 10:00 AM

December wheat closed lower Thursday, failing to hold earlier gains while harvest weather remains favorable for U.S. spring wheat. The International Grains Council also added to wheat's bearish pressures, increasing their estimate of world wheat production from 710 to 720 million metric tons for 2015-16, still shy of USDA's 726.5 mmt estimate. Here in the U.S., the combination of an expensive dollar and slow pace of exports has been a problem that does not appear to be going away anytime soon. U
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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