National Feedstuffs Market Review

4/18/2013 3:00 PM

Minneapolis, MN Wed, Apr 17, 2013 USDA Market News
National Feedstuffs Market Review
**All prices quoted per ton unless otherwise noted**
The USDA Market News Service reports feed ingredient prices for the week ending
April 16, were mixed. Soybean Meal was 1.20 to 19.50 higher. Cottonseed Meal was
10.00 lower to 5.00 higher. Whole Cottonseed was 5.00 lower to 4.00 higher.
Canola Meal was 6.50 to 11.00 higher. Linseed Meal was steady. Sunflower Meal
was steady to 5.00 lower. Crude Soybean Oil was 50 to 150 points lower. Crude
Corn Oil was steady. Meat and Bone Meal was 30.00 lower to 10.00 higher, mostly
steady. Blood Meal was steady to 50.00 lower. Feather Meal was 25.00 to 50.00
lower. Fishmeal was steady. Corn Hominy was steady to 10.00 lower. Corn Gluten
Feed was steady to 12.00 lower. Corn Gluten Meal was steady to 40.00 lower.
Distillers Dried Grains were 10.00 lower to 10.00 higher. Wheat Middlings were
12.00 lower to 30.00 higher, mostly steady to 5.00 lower.
OILSEEDS: On Tuesday, April 16, the May Soybean Meal futures closed 6.50 higher
at 401.30; July closed 1.70 higher at 396.00. The May Soybean Oil futures closed
100 points lower at 48.98 cents per pound; July closed 111 points lower at 49.07
cents per pound. Offers of high protein Soybean Meal in Central Illinois were
10.50 to 19.50 higher from 413.30-426.30; Iowa was 7.50 to 9.50 higher from
397.30-409.30; Kansas City was 9.50 to 10.50 higher from 407.30-409.30;
Minneapolis was 8.50 to 9.50 higher from 397.30-404.30; St. Louis was 12.00
lower to 4.00 higher from 428.00-451.00; Memphis was steady at 427.30; Portland
was 1.20 to 9.50 higher from 450.30-455.00; BN Santa Fe delivered Chino Valley
was 9.50 to 19.50 higher from 452.30-466.30; Union Pacific delivered Chino
Valley was 15.50 to 19.50 higher from 458.30-466.30. Cottonseed Meal FOB the
Central San Joaquin Valley in California was steady to 5.00 lower with offers
from 350.00-361.00; Kansas City was steady to 5.00 higher at 355.00; St. Louis
was 5.00 higher from 340.00-355.00; Memphis was steady to 10.00 lower from
310.00-320.00. Whole Cottonseed FOB the Central San Joaquin Valley in
California was steady from 370.00-380.00; delivered to Portland was steady to
4.00 higher from 375.00-379.00; Memphis was 5.00 lower at 275.00. Offers for
nearby delivered Canola Meal, 34 to 36 percent protein, delivered to Portland
was 6.50 to 11.00 higher from 329.30-340.00. Linseed Meal, 34 pct protein was
steady at 300.00 in the North Dakota-Minnesota area. Sunflower Meal, 23 pct
fiber, 28 pct protein was steady to 5.00 lower from 215.00-225.00 in the North
Dakota-Minnesota area. The Soybean Oil in Central Illinois was 50 to 100 points
lower from 48.23-49.98 cents per pound; Iowa was 50 to 150 points lower from
47.73-49.98 cents per pound; Minnesota was 50 to 100 points lower from 49.48-
49.98 cents per pound. Crude Corn Oil in Central Illinois was steady from
46.00-48.00 cents per pound.
ANIMAL PROTEINS: Meat and Bone Meal in the Central U.S. was steady at 420.00;
Pork ranged 450.00-475.00; FOB the Texas Panhandle was 430.00 early; Minneapolis
was 5.00 lower from 430.00-475.00, pork ranged 490.00-505.00; St. Louis was 5.00
higher from 430.00-470.00 for ruminant; Pork ranged 470.00-480.00; Portland FOB
production points was 30.00 lower to 10.00 higher from 455.00-465.00; FOB
Central and Northern California was steady from 380.00-410.00; FOB Los Angeles
was steady from 380.00-410.00. Blood Meal in the Central U.S. was 1065.00; Pork
was 1060.00 early; FOB the Texas Panhandle had no quote; Minneapolis was steady
to 35.00 higher from 1060.00-1100.00; delivered to the San Joaquin Valley was
50.00 lower at 1100.00. Feather Meal in Kansas City was 35.00 to 50.00 lower
from 600.00-615.00; Minneapolis was 25.00 to 50.00 lower from 660.00-750.00;
Arkansas was 40.00 to 50.00 lower from 585.00-595.00; Mississippi was also 40.00
to 50.00 lower from 585.00-595.00. Menhaden Fish Meal was steady from 1475.00-
1525.00 in the Gulf Coast for both FAQ and Select qualities. The East Coast was
steady at 1525.00 for both the FAQ and Select qualities.
CORN FEEDS: Yellow Corn Hominy in Central Illinois was steady at 210.00; Kansas
City (Northwest) was 10.00 lower at 225.00; St. Louis was steady at 245.00; rail
delivered California was not available. Corn Gluten Feed in the Midwest (IA,
IL, IN) was steady to 5.00 lower at 180.00; Kansas City was 10.00 to 12.00 lower
from 210.00-228.00; St. Louis was steady from 185.00-195.00. Corn Gluten Meal,
60 percent protein in the Midwest (IA, IL, IN) was 20.00 to 40.00 lower from
500.00-530.00; Kansas City was steady at 580.00; St. Louis was 10.00 lower from
550.00-560.00; Memphis was 10.00 lower at 550.00. Distillers Dried Grain prices
in Eastern Corn-belt were 5.00 lower to 5.00 higher from 233.00-255.00; Chicago
area was steady to 10.00 higher from 240.00-250.00; Lawrenceburg, IN was not
available; Nebraska was 5.00 higher from 235.00-255.00; Minnesota was 5.00 lower
from 225.00-235.00; Kansas was steady to 10.00 lower from 260.00-270.00; Iowa
was 5.00 to 7.00 lower from 230.00-243.00; Northern Missouri was 3.00 to 5.00
lower from 230.00-242.00; St. Louis was steady to 5.00 lower from 245.00-260.00;
Wisconsin was 5.00 lower from 230.00-255.00; rail delivered California was 8.00
to 11.00 lower with offers from 288.00-289.00.
WHEAT MILLFEEDS: Wheat Middlings in Buffalo, NY was steady from 195.00-210.00;
Kansas City was 5.00 lower from 195.00-205.00; Minneapolis was steady to 5.00
lower from 210.00-225.00; St. Louis 15.00 to 30.00 higher from 200.00-235.00;
Memphis was 255.00. Wheat Millrun delivered Portland was steady at 240.00. Wheat
millrun truck delivered FOB Northern and Central California mills was not
available; FOB Los Angeles mill was 9.00 to 12.00 lower from 244.00-255.00.

OTHERS: Offers for rice bran was steady, instances 5.00 lower; millfeed was
steady; hulls were steady. Alfalfa Meal was steady to 2.00 lower, mostly steady
across the nation.
Source: USDA Market News Service, Minneapolis, MN
Carol Meinders 612-370-3258
24 hour recorded market information 612-370-3260
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