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September 15, 2014

 

Morning Bids

 

 

 

Pocatello –  Milling Quality

 

Soft White Wheat                 

6.00, steady

Hard Red Winter, 11.5% 

6.06, up 4

Dark Northern Spring, 14%

6.87, up 69

Hard White

6.06, up 4

 

 

Burley --   Milling Quality

No Quote

 

 

Ogden –   

 

Soft White Wheat                 

6.15, up 10

Hard Red Winter, 11.5%

5.88, down 6

Dark Northern Spring, 14%

6.66, down 4

Barley   cwt

5.35, steady

Corn  per ton

7.50, up 5

 

 

Portland -- 

 

Soft White Wheat

6.73, steady

Hard Red Winter, 11%

6.92-7.11, down 7-8

Dark Northern Spring, 14%

7.90-8.95

White Club

9.05, up 7

Oats per ton

280.00, steady

 

 

Lewiston --

 

Soft White Wheat

6.50, steady

Barley   cwt

131.50, steady

 

 

Nampa -- 

 

Soft White Wheat

 

per cwt

9.83, steady

per bushel

5.90, steady

 

 

 

 

IDAHO LIVESTOCK AUCTION in IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO

September 10, 2014

Cows

 

Breaker

112 – 121

Boner

104 - 110

Cutter

101 – 107

Canner

92 – 102

Feeding

110 – 125

Heiferettes

130 - 160

Bulls

 

Slaughter

125 – 137

Feeding & Cutting

130 - 160

Steers

 

Stocker  (to 500 lbs)

280 – 330

Light  (500-700 lbs)

230 – 265

Heavy  (over 700 lbs)  

200 – 232

Heifers

 

Stockers  (to 500 lbs)

260 – 310

Light  (500-700 lbs)

205 – 250

Heavy  (over 700 lbs)

190 - 210

Holstein Steers

 

Light

180 – 200

Heavy

170 - 200

No remarks

 

 

 

 

 

 

Idaho Hay Report – September 12th

Large Square Bales

Tons

Price

Alfalfa

 

 

·         Premium

300

220.00

·         Good/Premium

750

175.00

·         Fair/Good

·         Fair

-          Rain Damage

850

 

525

175.00

 

150-160.00

·         Utility/Fair

-           Rain Damage

 

1250

 

75.00

 

 

 

 

POTATO REPORT for September 9th

Upper Valley, Twin Falls-Burley District, Idaho

2014 CROP:  Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A 3.50-4.00; 50-pound cartons 40-70s mostly 7.00-7.50, 80s mostly 6.50-7.50, 90s mostly 6.00-6.50, 100s 6.00-6.50.

 

 

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