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October 29, 2014

 

   

Pocatello –  Mill Quality

 

- Soft White Wheat

6.25 – steady

- Hard Red Winter, 11.5% 

7.03 – up 53

- Dark Northern Spring, 14%

6.82 – up 6

- Hard White

7.03 – up 9

 

 

Burley --   Mill Quality

 

- Soft White Wheat

6.20 – up 10

- Hard Red Winter, 15%

5.85 – down 2

- Dark Northern Spring, 14%

6.60 – down 40

- Barley

5.20 – steady

- Hard White

6.10 – down 2

 

 

Ogden –   Mill Quality

 

- Soft White Wheat                      

6.45 – up 5

- Hard Red Winter, 11.5%

6.36 – up 4

- Dark Northern Spring, 14%

7.52 – up 27

- Barley   cwt

5.50 – steady

- Corn  per ton

8.30 – up 30

 

 

Portland -- 

 

- Soft White Wheat

7.01 – up 4

- Hard Red Winter, 11%

7.47-7.67 – up 4 to 11

- Dark Northern Spring, 14%

9.27 – up 6

- White Club

9.47 – up 8

- Oats per ton

265.00 - steady

 

 

Lewiston --

 

- Soft White Wheat

6.72 – up 2

- Barley   cwt

141.50 – steady

 

 

Nampa -- 

 

Soft White Wheat

 

- per cwt

10.50 – up 8

- per bushel

6.30 – up 5

 

 

 

BLACKFOOT LIVESTOCK  on  October 24

Cows

 

Utility/Boner

95 – 117

Cutters

89 – 105

Heiferettes

120 – 175

Bred Cows

up to 1,800

Bulls

 

Slaughter

115 – 137

Steers

 

Stocker  (to 500 lbs)

265 – 362

Light  (500-700 lbs)

215 – 282

Heavy  (over 700 lbs)

185 – 227

Heifers

 

Stockers  (to 500 lbs)

230 – 313

Light  (500-700 lbs)

200 – 282

Heavy  (over 700 lbs)

175 – 227

Holstein Steers

 

Light (400-600 lbs)

190 - 214

Heavy (600-900 lbs)

158 - 202

Cows steady - Feeder Cattle steady to 2 lower. 

 

 

 

IDAHO HAY REPORT – October 24th  

Large Square Bales

Tons

Price

  Alfalfa

 

 

·         Supreme

3430

225.00 – 250.00

-        Excessive Moisture

500

200.00

·         Fair /Good

1000

150.00

 

 

 

Wheat:  Fair

100

22.00

 

 

 

POTATO REPORT for October 28th  

Upper Valley, Twin Falls-Burley District, Idaho

Russet Burbank U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A 3.50-4.00; 50-pound cartons 40-70s 10.00-10.50, 80s mostly 9.50, 90s mostly 7.75-8.50, 100s mostly 7.00.

Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags non size A mostly 3.50-4.00; 50-pound cartons 40-70s mostly 9.50, 80s mostly 8.00-8.50, 90s mostly 6.50-7.00, 100s 6.00-7.00.

 

 

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