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Weekly Market Summary Published by Missouri Department of Agriculture Ag Business Development Division Market News Program

Dr. Jon Hagler, Director Steve Allison, Division Director Mike Davis, Editor mda.mo.gov http://www.ams.usda.gov/marketnews.htm

Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon, Governor Volume XXX, Number 27 ♦ P.O. Box 630, Jefferson City, MO 65102 ♦ (573) 751-4211 ♦ Friday, July 02, 2010 MISSOURI WEEKLY FEEDER CATTLE WEIGHTED AVERAGE REPORT Receipts: 33,209 Week ago: 27,975 Year ago: 22,510 Medium and Large 1 (Medium Flesh)

Fdr. STEERS: 356 lbs. 457 lbs. 555 lbs. 646 lbs. 745 lbs. 859 lbs. 915 lbs.

Fdr. HEIFERS:

140.01 132.16 125.07 120.85 114.78 108.69 105.29

372 lbs. 455 lbs. 553 lbs. 655 lbs. 741 lbs. 845 lbs.

Hols. STEERS

121.25 117.85 114.46 109.68 107.17 104.01

450 lbs. 553 lbs. 638 lbs. 743 lbs. 839 lbs.

79.67 90.90 87.42 83.23 85.13

SOUTHERN MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (West Plains) Feeder Cattle Receipts: 4800 Week ago: 4680 Year ago: 3633 Cow and Bull Receipts: 1052 Week Ago: 691 Year Ago: 821 Compared to last week, steers firm to 2.00 higher. Heifers 550-700 lbs 1.00-3.00 higher, other weights fully steady. Slaughter cows steady to 2.00 higher.

STEERS: Medium and Large 1 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. Load 908 lbs.

Scarce 121.00-136.00 115.00-126.00 112.00-124.00 108.00-111.75 105.75-108.50 105.75 Holsteins Large 3

Lot 599 lbs. 600-700 lbs. Load plus 841 lbs. Pkg 1032 lbs.

HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. Pt load 854 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

118.00-122.00 112.50-121.00 108.00-113.50 103.00-110.50 107.25-108.00 104.75 Scarce

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and Boning (70-85% lean) 54.00-62.00, high dressing 91.50 60.00-67.50, Lean (85-90%) 85.50-89.50 50.00-55.00, low dressing 42.50 85.75 -47.50 70.00

SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1250-2050 lbs 71.0077.50, low dressing 62.00-68.50

SOUTHWEST MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (Joplin and Springfield ) Feeder Cattle Receipts: 7143 Week ago: 9483 Year ago: 6445 Cow and Bull Receipts: 1681 Week ago: 977 Year ago: 1168 Compared to last week, steer and heifers steady to 2.00 higher. Holsteins 2.00 to 5.00 higher. Slaughter cows and slaughter bulls steady to 2.00 higher. STEERS: Medium and Large 1 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

134.50-145.00 121.00-137.00 118.00-129.00 114.00-126.50 108.50-117.50 108.75-113.50 103.00-105.25

HOLSTEINS: Large Frame 3 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

Scarce 74.00-90.00 88.50-95.00 88.50-89.50 85.00-86.50 83.00 Scarce

HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

116.00-122.00 108.00-125.00 107.50-116.00 103.00-114.50 101.50-106.50 Scarce Scarce

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and Boning (70-85% lean) 53.0062.50, high dressing 59.00-73.50, Lean (85-90%) 42.00-52.00, low dressing 35.00-45.00 SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 970-2480 lbs 71.0077.50; high dressing 77.50-89.50; low dressing 57.00-68.00

REPLACEMENT COWS: COW & CALF PAIRS: Medium Medium and Large 1-2 2 yrs to and Large 1-2 1 1/2 yrs to shortshort-solid mouth 1050-1385 lbs solid mouth 985-1300 lb cows 1st to 3rd stage 635.00-885.00, with babies to 280 lb calves, few few Ml 1’s 800.00-950.00 per rebred, 825.00-1035.00 per pair head NORTHWEST MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (Maryville, St Joe) Receipts: 313 Week ago: 923 Year ago: 1200 Compared to last week, feeders not tested with light pre holiday trade. Slaughter cows and bulls sold 2.00 to 4.00 higher. FEEDER STEERS: Medium and Large 1

FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1

REPLACEMENT COWS: Medium and Large 1-2 3 to 7 yrs 1050-1250 lbs 2nd and 3rd stage 700.00-825.00 per head, COW & CALF PAIRS: Medium and few high quality inds blk 2-4 yrs 1100-1360 lbs 3rd stage 910.00Large 1-2 few sales 2 to 6 yrs 9251150 lbs some bred back with 150- 920.00 few singles 2-6 yrs 9501170 lbs 2nd stage 650.00-720., 350 lb calves 1010.00-1120.00 per few short solid mouth cows pair. 580.00-650.00 per head

400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs. 1000-1050 lbs.

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SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1625-2290 lbs 70.5076.25, low dressing 65.00-68.00.

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and Boning (70-85% lean) 57.0063.50, high dressing 62.00-64.25, lean 48.00-55.25.

BRED COWS: scarce.

COW-CALF PAIRS: Scarce

Scarce 120.00 fleshy Scarce 116.00 Scarce Scarce Scarce

300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

Scarce 119.00 112.50-115.00 110.75-113.50 Scarce Scarce Scarce


WEST CENTRAL MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (Sedalia, Kingsville, Passaic) Receipts: 2422 Week Ago: 3145 Year Ago: 2225 Compared to last week, feeders firm to 2.00 higher. Slaughter cows steady to 2.00 higher. FEEDER STEERS: Medium and Large 1 and 1-2 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

131.00-146.50 125.50-136.10 114.25-132.00 108.00-127.00 109.25-117.75 102.00-109.85 Scarce

FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1 and 1-2 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

124.50-130.00 113.50-128.50 110.00-123.00 106.25-113.50 105.25-108.10 Scarce Scarce

REPLACEMENT COWS: Medium and Large 1-2 3-5 yrs, 11001250 lbs, 3nd stage, 1075.001260.00 per pair

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and Boning (75-85% lean) 54.0061.00, High dressing 61.00-68.25, Lean (85-90%) 50.50-60.00

COW & CALF PAIRS: Medium and Large 1-2 Scarce

SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1210-2155 lbs 71.0076.25; high dressing 79.00-81.25 low dressing 65.25-70.50

EAST CENTRAL MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (Bowling Green, Kingdom City, Boonville, Macon) Receipts: 3511 Week ago: 3049 Year ago: 3246 Compared to last week, feeder steers and heifers steady to 2.00 higher. Slaughter cows firm to 5.00 higher. FEEDER STEERS: Medium and Large 1& 1-2 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

135.00-145.00 130.00-150.00 119.00-135.25 114.50-130.00 109.50-120.00 Scarce Scarce

SLAUGHTER STEERS and HEIFERS : Select and Choice 2-4 85.00-90.00, few high dressing 90.00-92.00.

FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1& 1-2 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. Load 843 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

117.00-127.00 114.00-124.50 109.50-122.50 103.00-116.00 Scarce 103.60 Scarce

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and Boning, (70-85% lean) 57.00 -69.00, high dressing 64.0076.50, Lean 48.00-60.00

REPLACEMENT COWS: Medium SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield and Large 1-2 Scarce. Grade 1-2 1300-2200 lbs 70.0075.00, high dressing 75.00-80.00 NORTHEAST MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (Palmyra, Unionville, Green City, New Cambria) Feeder Cattle Receipts: 1840 Week ago: 2942 Year ago: 5069 Slaughter Cattle Receipts: 17 Week ago: 9 Year ago: 67 Compared to last week, feeder steers steady to 3.00 higher, heifers 1.00 to 4.00 higher. Slaughter cows steady to 2.00 higher. Slaughter steers & heifers steady. FEEDER STEERS: Medium and Large 1 & 1-2 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs. Pkg 940 lbs.

Scarce 134.00-146.00 126.75-137.00 120.75-125.00 112.85-117.00 111.75-115.25 104.50

FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1 & 1-2 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. Load 847 lbs. 900-1000 lbs.

128.50-137.50 117.00-129.00 113.50-126.50 109.50-113.00 108.50-112.25 104.25 Scarce

SLAUGHTER STEERS: Choice 2-3 1200-1300 lbs 89.0090.00

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and Boning (75-85% lean) 56.0061.50, , high dressing 59.50-66.75, Lean 47.25-53.50

SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: Choice 2-3 975-1100 lbs 87.2588.00

SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1415-2200 lbs 69.0076.25, high dressing ind. 79.75

COW & CALF PAIRS: Medium and Large 1 Short-solid mouth to aged cows 1200-1400 lbs with 200350 lb calves 1000.00-1105.00 per pair

REPLACEMENT COWS: Medium and Large 1-2 6 yrs to aged 1325-1450 lbs 2nd and 3rd stage 775.00-835.00 per head

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (Fruitland, Patton ) Receipts: 1019 Week ago: 751 Year ago: 890 Compared to last week, steers and heifers steady to 4.00 higher, Slaughter cows and bulls steady. FEEDER STEERS: Medium and Large 1-2 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs.

FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1-2

119.00-130.00 110.00-127.00 108.00-120.00 100.00-114.00 99.00-114.50 Scarce

REPLACEMENT COWS: Medium and Large 1-2 4-7 yrs 955 -1290 lbs 2nd and 3rd stage 600.00-920.00

300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs.

113.00-123.00 105.00-121.00 100.00-115.00 90.00-106.00 Scarce Scarce

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and boning (75-85% lean) 54.0060.00, high dressing 60.50-66.00, Lean 42.00-48.25.

COW & CALF PAIRS: Medium SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield and Large 1-2 3-7 yrs 980-1320 Grade 1-2 1205-2275 lbs 67.00lbs with 110-220 lb calves 870.00- 72.00, high dressing 75.00-77.00 1070.00 per pair SOUTH CENTRAL MISSOURI WEEKLY SUMMARY (Cuba, Vienna) Receipts: 2401 Week ago: 1987 Year ago: 1411 Compared to last week, feeder steers and heifers steady to 2.00 higher. Slaughter cows steady to 1.00 higher. FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium and Large 1

FEEDER STEERS: Medium and Large 1 300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-750 lbs. 800-900 lbs.

129.00-137.00 120.00-135.75 119.00-130.25 116.50-127.50 115.75-122.50 104.00-111.30

300-400 lbs. 400-500 lbs. 500-600 lbs. 600-700 lbs. 700-800 lbs. 800-900 lbs.

119.25-126.00 116.25-126.75 109.25-118.00 102.25-112.00 105.00 scarce

REPLACEMENT COWS: few Medium and Large 1-2 Scarce

SLAUGHTER COWS: Breaking and Boning (70-85% lean) 52.00-60.50, high dressing 60.50-66.00, Lean (85-90%) 51.50-58.00

COW & CALF PAIRS: Medium and Large 1-2 Scarce

SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1200-2125 lbs 69.25 -74.75,high dressing 78.0079.00

MISSOURI WEEKLY DIRECT SLAUGHTER CATTLE REPORT Weekly Receipts: 400 Week ago: 400 Year ago: 400 Compared to last week, trade rather slow No confirmed live sales and dressed sales on grid steady. LIVE STEERS & HEIFERS : No Sales Reported

DRESSED STEERS & HEIFERS: No Sales Reported GRADE AND WEIGHT (Grid): Choice 3 few 550-950 lbs 149.00

INTERIOR MISSOURI DIRECT HOGS Weekly Receipts: 5273 Week ago: 6149 Year ago: 4266 Compared to last week’s close barrows and gilts steady. Sows steady to 1.00 lower. BARROWS AND GILTS: Base carcass meat price 70.0072.00, weeks top Friday 72.00

SOWS: 300-500 lbs 46.00-50.00 Over 500 lbs 49.00-54.00


MISSOURI WEEKLY DIRECT WEANER AND FEEDER PIG REPORT Receipts: 2600 (7-02-10) Compared to last week, weaner pigs no comparison available and feeder pigs not tested Early weaned pigs 10 lb base weights FOB the farm 100% negotiated 2600 head 10 lbs 4800, weighted average 10 lbs 48.00 Delivered 100% negotiated No sales reported Feeder Pigs: Delivered, 0% negotiated No sales reported

WHOLESALE FEEDSTUFFS PRICES (DOLLARS PER TON-BULK BASIS) Soybean Meal 48% Solvent

Cottonseed Meal 41% Solvent

Meat Meal

Kansas City

299.20

220.00

335.00

67.50

St. Louis

331.00

210.00

335.00

61.00

Area

Wheat Middlings

Midwest Exchange Sheep and Goat Market (07/01/10) Receipts: 563 Week Ago: 432 Year Ago: 384 Sheep: Slaughter Lambs: Choice and Prime 2-3 few pkgs 84-106 lbs 121.00-130.00; few pkgs 47-52 lbs 120.00-122.00; pkg 38 lbs 18.00; Hairs Lambs pkg 60 lbs 112.00. Feeder Lambs: Medium 1-2 several 3257 lbs 116.00-120.00 Hairs Lambs: pkg 45 lbs 103.00 Slaughter Ewes: Utility and Good 1-3 110-190 lbs 40.00-48.00 Replacement Ewes: pkg hair 2-4yrs 148 lbs 61.00 and pkg yearlings 135 lbs 92.00 Slaughter Bucks: 200-225 lbs 35.00-47.00 Goats: Slaughter Kids: Selection 1-2 few 85 lbs 138.00-140.00 few 50-55 lbs 148.00-158.00; 35-40 lbs 126.00130.00 Selection 2-3 40-46 lbs 136.00-146.00 Nannies: Selection 2-3 110 -130 lbs 68.00-76.00; 135-155 lbs 64.00-69.00 Selection 3 75-100 lbs 69.00-72.00 Billies: Selection 1-2 110-160 lbs 96.00-101.00 Selection 3 110-140 lbs 84.00-94.00 (All classes sold per cwt). Springfield Livestock Marketing Center Dairy Sale 06/22/10 Receipts: 435, last month 323, last year 317 Springer heifers bred seven to nine months: Supreme 1140.00-1290.00; Approved 990.00-1130.00; Medium 700.00-935.00; Common 585.00650.00, Crossbreds 460.00-570.00, Heifers bred three to six months; Approved 920.00-1100.00, ind Jersey 1050.00; Medium 650.00-785.00, Common 530.00-700.00, Crossbreds 460.00-570.00. Open Heifers Approved ind Jersey 210 lbs 380.00, 300-400 lbs 480.00-550.00, Crossbreds 400.00-490.00, 400-420 lbs 560.00-570.00, 500-600 lbs 570.00-630.00, ind 545 lb Jersey 750.00, couple 550-580 lbs Crossbreds 550.00-570.00, pkg 669 lbs 690.00, 800-850 lbs 845.00-910.00, Medium 225-235 lbs 310.00-350.00, ind 210 lb Jersey 275.00, 225-300 lb Crossbreds 250.00360.00, 300-350 lbs 310.00-445.00. 375-400 lbs Crossbreds 340.00400.00, 400-435 lbs Crossbreds 370.00-420.00, 425-500 lbs 465.000480.00, 500-600 lbs Crossbreds 460.00-525.00, 650-700 lbs 520.00540.00, 700-800 lbs 600.00-680.00, Fresh and Open Milking Cows: Medium 700.00-900.00,. Springer Cows, Approved 800.00-1050.00, Common 520.00-700.00 Baby Calves Holstein Heifers 140.00-165.00, small 120.00-145.00, Holstein Bulls 65.00-90.00, Jersey bulls 20.00-25.00

Koshkonong-Oregon County Sheep and Goat Market 06/26/10 Receipts: 321, last month 212, last year 379 Compared to last month kid goats Selection 1 40.00 lower, Selection 2 30.00 lower, Selection 3 steady. Slaughter lambs 30.00 to 40.00 lower. Slaughter Classes: Goats, Kids Selection 1 45-60 lbs 145.00, 61-80 lbs 135.00, Selection 2 45-60 lbs 135.00, 61-80 lbs 125.00, Selection 3 45-60 lbs 100.00, Feeder Kids, Selection 1-2 20-44 lbs 100.00. Slaughter Does/Nannies: Selection 1-2 60.00-65.00, Selection 3 25.00. Slaughter Bucks: Scarce, Aged Wethers Scarce. Sheep: Slaughter Lambs, wooled 80 lbs and down Choice 2-4 105.00, hair lambs Choice 2-4 under 80 lbs 90.00-105.00. Slaughter Rams: Aged rams 30.00.

WEEKLY COMMODITY GRAIN FUTURES TRENDS Compared to last Friday: Soybeans nearby .03 to .05 higher, distant .05 to .07 lower, Wheat .26 to .32 higher, Corn .22 to .24 higher, KC Wheat .22 to .24 higher, SB Meal 3.20 to 5.70 higher. Daily Grain Futures Closes Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thu.

Fri.

Soybeans Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan

955 940 1/2 926 1/2 918 1/2 928 1/2

947 1/4 931 1/2 919 912 922

948 1/2 931 912 902 1/2 912 1/4

953 1/2 937 915 1/2 905 1/2 915

962 3/4 944 1/2 916 1/4 905 3/4 914 3/4

Wheat Jul Sep Dec Mar May

449 1/2 465 493 3/4 523 539 1/2

442 457 485 1/4 514 1/2 531 1/4

464 3/4 480 1/4 506 1/2 533 1/2 549

484 499 3/4 524 1/4 548 562

487 3/4 503 529 554 568

Corn Jul Sep Dec Mar May

333 3/4 342 1/4 352 3/4 366 375

325 333 1/4 344 357 1/2 367

354 1/4 362 3/4 373 1/2 386 1/2 394 3/4

365 1/2 373 1/4 384 1/2 396 3/4 404 3/4

364 372 1/4 384 1/2 396 1/2 404 1/4

KC Wheat Jul Sep Dec Mar May

479 489 3/4 506 522 1/4 533 1/4

468 1/4 479 495 512 1/4 523 1/4

486 496 513 1/4 530 1/4 541

501 510 527 543 1/2 554

507 1/4 516 533 549 3/4 560 1/2

SB Meal Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec

292.30 283.30 274.90 267.80 267.50

289.80 281.20 272.20 266.00 265.80

289.40 278.90 268.90 260.30 259.40

291.50 281.50 271.00 261.60 261.20

294.90 286.00 274.70 267.80 264.30

WEEKLY COMMODITY FUTURES TREND Compared to last Friday: Live Cattle .15 lower to .25 higher, Lean Hogs 1.88 to 3.42 lower, Pork Bellies unch to 2.50 lower, Feeder Cattle .07 to .57 lower. Daily Futures Closes Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thu.

Fri.

Cattle Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb

91.20 89.67 91.30 93.37 95.17

90.67 88.75 90.35 92.37 94.05

91.25 90.02 91.25 93.15 95.02

——— 89.95 91.30 93.20 95.07

——— 89.47 90.92 93.12 95.10

Lean Hogs Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb

79.52 82.17 75.95 72.65 73.90

78.75 80.95 74.97 71.55 72.92

79.22 81.65 75.60 72.35 74.05

79.30 81.85 75.85 72.60 74.07

78.20 80.05 73.75 70.90 72.52

Prk Bel Jul Aug Feb Mar May

101.20 96.95 100.50 101.00 101.50

101.20 96.75 100.50 101.00 101.50

99.50 95.25 100.50 101.00 101.50

99.10 95.25 100.50 101.00 101.55

98.50 94.75 100.50 101.00 101.50

Fdr Cat Aug Sep Oct Nov Jan

113.97 114.07 113.85 113.30 111.60

112.87 113.10 112.75 112.37 110.80

113.05 113.27 113.20 112.67 111.05

112.60 112.65 112.77 112.40 110.60

112.67 112.75 112.80 112.50 110.90

Milk Jun Jul Aug

13.61 13.38 13.66

13.62 13.41 13.87

13.61 13.50 14.13

——— 13.51 14.34

——— 13.45 14.36


WEEKLY MARKET SUMMARY (USPS 597250) To be published weekly by the Missouri Department of Agriculture 1616 Missouri Blvd. Jefferson City, MO 65109

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July 02, 2010

Missouri Fescue Seed Report

MISSOURI GRAIN WEEKLY TRENDS Soybeans .08 lower to .04 higher Wheat .31 to .53 higher Corn .24 to .29 higher Grain Sorghum .42 to 43 higher Weekly Missouri Selected Cash Grain Bids Area

#1 Soybeans

#2 Soft Wheat

#2 Corn

#2 Grain Sorghum

Kansas City Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

9.63 9.54 9.53 9.54-9.59 9.62-9.67

4.59-4.60 4.46-4.48 4.64-4.66 5.00 5.02-5.06

3.20-3.24 3.15 3.44-3.46 3.57-3.59 3.57-3.60

5.34 5.18 5.70 5.88 5.88

St. Louis Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

9.80-9.85 9.75-9.76 9.72-9.73 9.72-9.74 9.81-9.83

4.65 4.63 4.77 4.97 5.05

3.50-3.51 3.41-3.44 3.66-3.68 3.76 3.76-3.78

5.19 5.03 5.55 5.75 5.75

9.42-9.50 9.35-9.42 9.26-9.46 9.28-9.42 9.36-9.50

4.05-4.30 3.97-4.22 4.20-4.45 4.40-4.60 4.43-4.63

3.13-3.16 3.04-3.07 3.34-3.37 3.44-3.47 3.44-3.47

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

9.61-9.78 9.56-9.68 9.51-9.59 9.58-9.66 9.65-9.75

4.58-4.66 4.50-4.56 4.69-4.75 4.97-5.08 5.00-5.01

3.34-3.39 3.26-3.31 3.55 3.64-3.74 3.65-3.71

5.12-5.91 4.96-5.75 6.23-6.33 6.03-6.17 6.03-6.08

Central Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday S.E. MO Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Periodicals postage paid at Jefferson City, Missouri

(PRICES PER BU. EXCEPT GR. SORG. PER CWT) *NEW CROP

Week ending 06/24/10 Fescue season is everything but done throughout the state now. Most stations have closed and are in the process of taking inventory and cleaning up. Although no record harvest was expected or wanted from the buyers side. Many expressed some disappointment in the amount of seed that was bought as several areas saw loss from wind and rain storms this year, and also many reports of areas were few combines even fired up this year. Prices are reported as steady with last week. Next week will be the final report of this season although no one officially tracks harvest we will try to get a good estimate on final harvest inventory for the season. Prices are reported as steady with last week. Prices are reported as steady with last week.. (Dry: Moisture 12-14% Wet: Moisture greater than 14%) (Prices per lb.) Southwest, Northeast, Central, South Central, Northwest, and Southeast: .18 wet, .20 dry. Crop Progress and Condition 06/27/10 Dry conditions this week have allowed many farmers in the northern third of the State back into their fields. Although these hot, dry conditions are good for fieldwork, some areas of the State are experiencing yield losses, pollination problems, and crop deterioration. Field Crops Report: Corn silked and beyond was 20 percent complete, 5 days ahead of last year, but similar to the 5-year average (normal). Corn condition was rated 7 percent very poor, 15 percent poor, 32 percent fair, 36 percent good, and 10 percent excellent, slightly worse than a week earlier. Soybean planting was reported as 90 percent complete, a day ahead of last year’s 88 percent, but a day behind the normal of 91 percent. Seventy-eight percent of the soybean acreage has emerged, 2 days ahead of last year, but 5 days behind normal. Sorghum planting was 92 percent complete, similar to both last year and normal. Sorghum headed and beyond was 3 percent complete, 12 days ahead of last year, but similar to normal. Winter wheat harvest was 64 percent complete, slightly ahead of normal. The quality of the harvested wheat in the northern third of the State is reported as very poor due to 4 consecutive weeks of wet conditions. Wheat condition was rated 10 percent very poor, 20 percent poor, 35 percent fair, 31 percent good, and 4 percent excellent. First cutting of alfalfa was 80 percent complete, 6 days behind last year and 14 days behind normal. The second cutting of alfalfa is 32 percent complete. Other hay was 64 percent cut.


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