BC-ID--Intermountain Grain & Livestock, ID

7/2/2015 12:45 PM
By Associated Press

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report Wednesday, July 1. New crop bids are subject to change.

BLACKFOOT __ white wheat 5.10 (unchanged); 11.5 percent hard red winter option price, unchanged; 14 percent spring option price, unchanged; hard white option price, unchanged;

BURLEY __ white wheat 5.78 (down 12); hard red winter 5.06 (down 34); 14 percent spring 6.07 (down 22); feed barley 4.75 (down 25); hard white 5.56 (down 29);

OGDEN — white wheat 6.08 (down 22); 11.5 percent winter 5.52 (down 18); 14 percent spring 6.87 (down 12); barley 5.80 (unchanged); corn 8.52 (down 7);

PORTLAND__ no bids for soft white and white club; hard red winter 6.43-6.63 (down 18-23); DNS 7.54 (down 18); corn 5.14-5.18 (down 2-3); oats 265.00/ton or 3.8475 bushel (unchanged);

NAMPA— Soft white new crop 10.22 (down 38) cwt; new crop 6.13 (down 23) bushel. LIVESTOCK AUCTION__ Lewiston Livestock on June 24. Cows: utility 110-124, breaking 100-110, cutter and canners 93-100, young feeders 120-140; stock cows 1,800-2,200/hd; cow-calf pair 2,200-2,700; bulls 130-159; baby calves 500-700 head; feeder steers: heavy 190-230, light 225-270, stocker 250-310; feeder heifers: heavy 165-220, light 210-250, stocker 230-260; June: butcher hogs 80-100; feeder pigs 110-140; weaners 60-120; slaughter lambs 140-170; feeder lambs 170-180; cull ewes 40-70/hd. Remarks: Lite test on feeder cattle. 5-10 higher on cows. Hogs 10 higher. Sheep steady. The Idaho Farm Bureau headquarters office will not be open and Morning Market Bids & Market Recap will not be published on Friday, July 3, due to Independence Day. Look for the next issue on Monday, July 6.


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