BC-ID--Intermountain Grain & Livestock, ID

3/27/2015 12:45 PM
By Associated Press

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report for Friday, March 27. Bids subject to change.

BLACKFOOT — white wheat 5.75 (up 5); 11.5 percent hard red winter 5.60 (up 7); 14 percent spring 6.79 (up 14); hard white 5.70 (up 7);

BURLEY — white wheat 5.80 (up 10); hard red winter 4.83 (up 5); 14 percent spring 6.20 (up 18); barley 5.00 (steady); hard white 5.38 (up 20);

OGDEN — white wheat 6.10 (up 5); 11.5 percent winter 5.43 (up 10); 14 percent spring 6.45 (up 15); barley 5.55 (up 5); corn 8.05 (up 7);

PORTLAND__ white wheat 6.31 (up 4); hard red winter 6.49-6.69 (up 10); 14 percent spring 8.88 (up 15); corn 4.81-4.85 (steady), oats 265.00/ton or 3.8475 bu (steady); white club 8.71 (up 4).

NAMPA— Soft white new crop 8.92 (steady) cwt; new crop 5.35 (steady) bushel. LIVESTOCK AUCTION__ Twin Falls Livestock Auction on March 25. Slaughter and feeder cows 88.00-117.50; bred cows 1,825-2,600/hd; cow/calf pairs 1,775-2,300; slaughter and feeder bulls 128.50-137.00; steers: heavy 161.00-227.50, light 238.25-291.50, stocker 292.50-387.50; heifers: heavy 164.00-213.00, light 234.00-263.00, stocker 271.00-304.00; Saturday: fat hogs 230.00-260.00, weaners 85.00-135.00, feeders 127.50-155.00/hd; lambs 148.00-221.00; ewes 55.00-90.00; bucks 59.00-100.00; family 160.00-330.00; bred ewes 55.00-165.00; goats 75.00-275.00, Barbatoes 75.00-130.00; /hd; baby calves 5.00-150.00. No remarks.


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