Area USDA agricultural prices reports

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South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS — Preliminary prices received by farmers for winter wheat in June averaged $6.43 per bushel, down 65 cents from last month according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. The preliminary June spring wheat price, at $6.75, is down 62 cents from last month.

The preliminary June oats price, at $3.66, is down 24 cents from the last month.

The preliminary June corn price, at $3.79, is down 45 cents from last month.

The preliminary June soybean price, at $13.60, is down 40 cents from last month.

The preliminary June price for all sunflowers is $20.70, down $1.90 from last month.

The June alfalfa price, at $135.00 per ton, is down $4.00 from last month. The other hay price, at $91.00, is down $6.00 from last month.

North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. — Preliminary prices received by farmers for spring wheat for June 2014 averaged $6.20 per bushel, a decrease of 51 cents from the May price according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Durum wheat, at $7.63 per bushel, increased 53 cents from the previous month. Winter wheat averaged $6.30 per bushel, a decrease of 30 cents from May.

The preliminary June feed barley price, at $3.60 per bushel, is down 12 cents from last month. The malting barley price, at $6.00, is down 26 cents from last month.

The preliminary June corn price, at $3.70 per bushel, decreased 51 cents from last month.

The preliminary June soybean price, at $13.00 per bushel, is down 20 cents from last month.

The preliminary June all dry edible bean price, at $30.60 per cwt, decreased $1.10 from last month. The pinto price for May averaged $30.20 per cwt.

The preliminary June all sunflowers price, at $24.60 per cwt, is down 70 cents from the previous month.

The preliminary June flaxseed price, at $14.50 per bushel, is down 40 cents from last month.

The preliminary June canola price averaged $21.50 per cwt, a decrease of 20 cents from May.

The June alfalfa hay price, at $91.00 per ton, is down $8.00 from last month. The other hay price, at $57.00 per ton, is down $7.00 from last month.

The preliminary June prices for oats as well as fresh and processing potatoes were withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. The navy bean price for May was also withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations.

Minnesota

The preliminary June 2014 average price received for corn in Minnesota was $4.25 per bushel, according to the latest USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service – Agricultural Prices report. This was a decrease of $0.18 from the May price and a decrease of $2.56 from June 2013.

The preliminary June soybean price, at $13.60 per bushel, was down $0.40 from May and down $1.20 from the previous June.

The preliminary spring wheat price for June was $6.50 per bushel, down $0.38 from May and down $1.20 from June 2013.

The all hay price in Minnesota averaged $153.00 per ton in June, down $16.00 from May and down $76.00 from June 2013. Alfalfa hay prices averaged $170.00, down $16.00 from May and down $70.00 from the previous June while other hay prices averaged $110.00, down $13.00 from the previous month and down $80.00 from the previous year.

The preliminary June average price for all milk, at $23.60 per cwt., was down $1.20 from the May price.

Iowa

The preliminary June 2014 average price received by farmers for corn in Iowa is $4.40 per bushel according to the latest USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service – Agricultural Prices report. This is down $0.31 from the May price, and $2.69 lower than June 2013.

The preliminary June 2014 average price received by farmers for soybeans, at $14.10 per bushel, is down $0.60 from the May price, and $1.10 lower than the June 2013 price.

The preliminary June oat price is $4.60 per bushel, down $0.35 from May, but $0.10 above June 2013.

All hay prices in Iowa averaged $165.00 per ton in June, up $4.00 from the May price, but $105.00 per ton less than June 2013. Alfalfa hay prices fell $100.00 per ton from one year ago, to $180.00 and other hay prices were $62.00 per ton lower than last year, at $118.00.

The preliminary June average price was $23.50 per cwt for milk, down $1.40 from May, but $3.40 per cwt above one year ago.

Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. — Preliminary prices received by farmers for winter wheat for June 2014 averaged $6.70 per bushel, a decrease of 59 cents from the May price according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

The preliminary June corn price, at $4.30 per bushel, decreased 36 cents from the previous month.

The preliminary June sorghum price averaged $7.50 per cwt, a decrease of 65 cents from May.

The preliminary June soybean price, at $14.10 per bushel, was down 40 cents from last month.

The June alfalfa hay price, at $133.00 per ton, was up $8.00 from May. The other hay price, at $105.00 per ton, was up $11.00 from May.

The preliminary June dry edible bean and oat prices were withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations.