BC-ID--Intermountain Grain & Livestock, ID

5/29/2015 1:00 PM
By Associated Press

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report Friday, May 29. Bids subject to change.

BLACKFOOT — white wheat 5.47 (down 12); 11.5 percent hard red winter 5.24 (down 11); 14 percent spring 6.21 (down 16); hard white 5.29 (down 11);

BURLEY — white wheat 5.35 (down 10); hard red winter 4.40 (down 2); 14 percent spring 5.70 (down 15); feed barley 4.75 (unchanged); hard white 4.90 (down 5);

OGDEN — white wheat 5.85 (down 5); 11.5 percent winter 4.78 (down 14); 14 percent spring 6.30 (down 15); barley 5.70 (unchanged); corn 7.15 (up 5);

PORTLAND__ white wheat no bid; hard red winter 5.88-5.94 (down 14-28); 14 percent spring no bid; corn 4.39-4.45 (down 1-2), oats 265.00/ton or 3.8475 bushel (unchanged); white club no bid.

NAMPA— Soft white new crop 8.45 (down 17) cwt; new crop 5.07 (down 10) bushel. LIVESTOCK AUCTION__ Producers Livestock Auction in Jerome on May 26-27. Utility commercial cows 95-108; cutter boner 80-92; shelly lite 60-80; heiferettes 123-148; slaughter bulls 116-135; started calves 270-780/hd; holstein steers heavy 141-162.50, light 170-186; bull calves 150-450/hd, holstein heifers light 138-209, heavy 120-138.50; steers heavy 168-215, light 229.50-254; heifers heavy 181, light 197.50-246; Dairy: top springer 2,425; top 100 average 2,010; fresh heifers 1800-1900; short bred 1480-1740. No remarks.


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