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Commodities

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  • The goal of Farm Bureau’s Commodity Division is to give Idaho farmers and ranchers the best information and create opportunities that maximize profits.  Farm Bureau organizes and finances marketing seminars throughout the state for its members and facilitates trade missions to other countries to expand new markets for Idaho commodities. 

    Members from all around the state are elected by their peers to serve on commodity committees. Those committees develop recommendations to address the challenges relating to specific commodities.  The recommendations go directly to the Board of Directors.  This is in addition to the regular Farm Bureau policy development process. 

      

Daily Marketing Report       
    • Regional Grains - November 23, 2021

      Blackfoot    
      - Soft White Wheat    9.53 Up 4
      - Hard Red Winter 9.06 Up 11
      - DNS 14% 9.96 Up 1
      - Hard White 9.16 Up 11
           
      Burley        
      - Soft White Wheat       9.45 Up 10
      - Hard Red Winter 9.60 Up 10
      - Hard Red Spring 9.96 Up 14
      - Barley 11.25 Unchanged
      - Hard White 9.60 Up 10
           
      Ogden     
      - Soft White Wheat   9.69 Up 3
      - Hard Red Winter 9.67 Up 10
      - DNS 9.90 Up 8
      - Hard White 9.57 Up 10
      - Corn (bu/cwt) 6.52 / 11.64 Unchanged 
           
      Portland       
      - Soft White 10.5%  10.75 - 11.50 Unchanged
      - Hard Red Winter 10.12 - 10.57 Up 6 - Up 6
      - DNS 14% 11.38 - 11.50 Up 7 - Up 7
      - Corn            7.17 - 7.25 Up 1 - Down 1
      - Oats 260.00 / 3.78 Unchanged
           
      Lewiston      
      - Soft White Wheat 10.70 Down 100
      - Barley   (per ton) 236.50 Unchanged
           
      Meridian    
      - Soft White Wheat    10.00 Unchanged 
      - Hard Red Winter 8.80 Unchanged 
      - DNS 14% 10.00 Unchanged
      - Corn 6.72 Unchanged 

       

      Prices subject to change.
    • Grain and Livestock Comparison

      Grain and Livestock Comparison

    • Beef & Dairy Market Reports
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    • Hay Report
      USDA Weekly Report 

      Local Hay Report 

 

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