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Cash bids

Date Wheat Corn Soybeans Milo

02/10 3.80 3.24 9.59 3.09 bu.

02/13 3.86 3.25 9.54 3.10 bu.

02/14 3.85 3.24 9.45 3.09 bu.

02/16 3.78 3.23 9.43 3.08 bu.

02/17 3.76 3.18 9.32 3.03 bu.

Garden City Co-op

02/17 3.41 3.18 9.18 2.63 bu.

Dodge City Co-op

02/17 3.46 3.18 9.23 2.68 bu.

Irsik/Doll Hutchinson

02/17 3.76 3.18 NA 3.03 bu.

Plains

02/17 3.41 3.25 9.23 2.73 bu.

Leoti

02/17 3.41 3.17 9.18 2.66 bu.

Hays Midland Marketing

02/17 3.46 2.93 9.08 2.63 bu.

Kansas Ethanol (Lyons)

02/17 NA 3.38 NA 3.03 bu.


Local Markets

HUTCHINSON: (Courtesy of Cargill Grain)

Wheat – $3.76 bu.

Soybeans - $9.47 bu.

Milo – $2.98 bu.

Corn – $3.26 bu.

New Crop Wheat – $4.06 bu.

New Crop Soybeans - $9.38 bu.

New Crop Milo - $3.24 bu.

New Crop Corn –$3.42 bu.

HUTCHINSON: (Courtesy of ADM Grain Co.)

Wheat – $3.76 bu.

Soybeans - $9.32 bu.

Milo - $3.03 bu.

Corn - $3.18 bu.

New Crop Wheat – $4.11 bu.

New Crop Soybeans - $9.43 bu.

New Crop Milo - $3.34 bu.

New Crop Corn – $3.49 bu.

Kansas City USDA Cash Bids
Commodity Bid Type Low Price High Price Price Chg (¢)
Kansas City
Corn Terminal +3.49 +3.49 -4.00
Ord HRW Wheat Terminal +4.45 +4.55 -7.00
Soybeans Terminal +8.94 +9.09 -1.00
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USDA cash bids updated on August 19, 2020
Commodity commentaries
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Cattle Futures Gain on Tuesday -

Live cattle futures ended the session 20 to 45 cents in the black on Tuesday. Prior to closing in the black, however, the April and June added a 3rd

Wheat Closes with Double Digit Gains -

Turnaround Tuesday left the wheat futures markets above both the Friday and Monday closes in Chicago. Chicago SRW prices were 10 to 16 cents higher,

Hogs Close in Red -

Turnaround Tuesday lean hog trading left futures triple digits weaker through June contracts. April closed at $85.35 and May was $87.92 at the

Cotton Closes in Red on Tuesday -

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