BC-ID--Intermountain Grain & Livestock, ID

7/7/2015 12:45 PM
By Associated Press

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report Tuesday, July 7. Bids are subject to change.

BLACKFOOT __ white wheat 5.72, down 18; 11.5 percent hard red winter 5.75, down 20; 14 percent spring 6.25, down 10; hard white 5.75, down 20;

BURLEY __ white wheat 5.70, down 15; hard red winter 511, down 12; 14 percent spring 6.08, down 9; feed barley 4.75, unchanged; hard white 5.641, down 7;

OGDEN — white wheat 6.05, down 10; 11.5 percent winter 5.35, down 15; 14 percent spring 7.25, down 25; barley 5.75, unchanged; corn 8.50, unchanged;

PORTLAND__ no bids for soft white and white club; hard red winter 6.37-6.56, down 6; DNS 7.40, down 26; corn 5.01-5.05, down 4-5; oats 265.00/ton or 3.8475 bushel, unchanged;

NAMPA— Soft white new crop 10.15, down 43 cwt; new crop 6.09, down 26 bushel. LIVESTOCK AUCTION__ Cottonwood Livestock on June 26. Boning 98.00-112.00; breaker 96.00-105.00; feeder 98.00-120.00; canner/cutter 90.00-108.00; heiferettes 125.00-150.00; stock cows 1600-2000/head; pairs 1800-2375; bulls 132.00-152.00; baby calves 175-650/hd; feeder steers: heavy 160.00-218.00, light 230.00-248.00, stocker 230.00-265.00; feeder heifers: heavy 140.00-165.00, light 200.00-231.00, stocker 220.00-252.00; Remarks: Active market on all classes. Slaughter cows and bulls steady.


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