USDA WY W NE Elevator Grain Bid 07/31 15:16

USDA WY W NE Elevator Grain Bid                    07/31 15:16
TO_GR110 
Moses Lake, WA       Fri Jul 31, 2020      USDA  Market News

Eastern Wyoming/Western Nebraska Elevator Cash Grain Bids 

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Cash grain bids to farmers delivered to country elevators and feed mills
for Wheat, Corn and Soybeans per bushel, Millet and Sunflowers per CWT., 
as of 2:00 P.M. Friday, July 31, 2020.

Compared to Thursday:
US No. 1 Hard Red Winter Wheat: 3.82-4.07, mixed, mostly 2 to 3 higher.
No. 2 Corn: 2.65-3.26, mostly unchanged.
US No. 1 Soybeans: 7.32-7.88, 4 to 6 higher. 
White Millet: 11.50-12.00, unchanged.
Sunflowers: 20.00-20.50, unchanged.
     
                US No. 1     US No. 2    US No. 1    White           
              HRW (12 pct     Corn       Soybeans    Millet    Sunflowers

Sidney        3.93-3.98     3.01-3.08      --         --           --
Dalton           3.98          --          --         --           --
Gurley           3.98         3.06         --         --           --
Lorenzo          3.98         3.11         --         --           --
Lisco            3.98         3.01         --         --           --
Potter           3.98         3.06         --         --           --
Kimball          3.92         3.03         --         --           --
Dix              3.92          --          --         --           --
Lodgepole        3.92         3.00         --         --           --
Chappell         3.97         3.03        7.88        --           --
Pine Bluffs   3.92-3.93     3.03-3.26      --         --           --
Burns            3.92          --          --         --           --
Big Springs      4.00         2.93        7.82        --           --
Brule            3.82         3.01        7.67        --           --
Lingle           3.97         3.06         --         --           --
Torrington       3.97         3.06         --         --           --
Lyman            3.98         3.06         --         --           --
Mitchell         3.97         3.06         --         --           --
Gering        3.97-3.98       3.06         --         --           --
Bridgeport       3.98         3.06         --         --           --
Oshkosh          3.92         2.98         --         --           --
Alliance         4.07       2.94-2.96      --         --           --
Hemingford       4.07         2.94        7.32      12.00        20.50
Hay Springs   3.95-4.02     2.84-2.86      --         --           --
Gordon           3.95         2.75        7.32      11.50        20.25
Mirage Flats     3.97         2.86         --         --           --
Swett            3.90         2.65         --         --         20.00
Chadron          4.07          --          --         --           --
Crawford          --           --          --         --           --

Source:  USDA Market News Service, Moses Lake, WA
         Robin Cusato-Wood, Market Reporting Assistant
         Phone: 509-762-6169 
         Office email: MosesLake.LPGMN@usda.gov
         www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/to_gr110.txt 

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