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July prices down

Created: 7/31/14 (Thu) | Topic: Education

FARGO, ND - Preliminary prices received by farmers for spring wheat for July 2014 averaged $5.93 per bushel, a decrease of 63 cents from the June price according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Durum wheat, at $8.10 per bushel, increased 62 cents from the previous month. Winter wheat averaged $5.50 per bushel, a decrease of $1.01 from June.

The preliminary July feed barley price, at $3.00 per bushel, is down 50 cents from last month. The malting barley price, at $5.50, is down 66 cents from last month.

The preliminary July oat price, at $2.90 per bushel, decreased 8 cents from last month.

The preliminary July corn price, at $3.27 per bushel, decreased 73 cents from last month.

The preliminary July soybean price, at $11.20 per bushel, is down $1.50 from last month.

The preliminary July all dry edible bean price, at $29.80 per cwt, decreased 90 cents from last month. The pinto price for June averaged $29.70 per cwt.

The preliminary July all sunflowers price, at $24.90 per cwt, is down 70 cents from the previous month.

The preliminary July flaxseed price, at $14.00 per bushel, is down 40 cents from last month.

The preliminary July canola price averaged $19.00 per cwt, a decrease of $1.90 from June. 

The July alfalfa hay price, at $89.00 per ton, is down $2.00 from last month. The other hay price, at $62.00 per ton, is up $5.00 from last month.

The preliminary July prices for fresh and processing potatoes were withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. The navy bean price for June was also withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations.

Access the National publication for this release at: 

http://usda.mannlib.cornell.edu/usda/nass/AgriPric//2010s/2014/AgriPric-07-31-2014.pdf 

Find agricultural statistics for your county, atate, and the nation at www.nass.usda.gov
 

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