St. Joseph, Mo.
Oct. 1, 2019
Report Supplied by USDA

Feedstuff prices were mixed for the week. Demand light to moderate. Soybean meal saw gains as supplies are limited due some processors down for maintenance. Some ingredients are trending higher as seasonal demand setting in.

SOYBEAN MEAL: 48 percent rail was 8.60-13.60 higher from 299.00-319.00 per ton. 48 percent truck was 8.60-11.60 higher from 287.00-310.00 per ton.

CORN BY-PRODUCTS: Corn Gluten Feed Pellets 21 percent, FOB Midwest barge was steady from 90.00-95.00 per ton; rail was steady to 10.00 higher from 90.00-100.00 per ton; trucks were steady to 3.00 higher from 105.00-128.00 per ton; comprehensive value was 2.63 higher at 98.73 per ton. RESTRICTED-OVER 20 PPB AFLATOXIN Corn Gluten Feed Pellets 21 percent, FOB Midwest barge was not available per ton; rail was not available per ton; truck was not available per ton; comprehensive value was not available per ton; Total Combined Corn Gluten Meal comprehensive value was 2.63 higher at 98.73 per ton. Comprehensive value price based on the movement volume by transportation method. Wet corn gluten feed 50-60 percent moisture was steady from 30.00-40.00 per ton. 60 percent Corn Gluten Meal, FOB Midwest barge was steady from 360.00-370.00 per ton; rail was steady from 340.00-380.00 per ton; truck was steady to 5.00 higher from 380.00-400.00 per ton; comprehensive value was 1.47 lower at 370.65 per ton. RESTRICTED-OVER 20 PPB AFLATOXIN Corn Gluten Meal 60 percent, FOB Midwest barge was not available per ton; rail was not available per ton; truck was not available per ton; comprehensive value was not available per ton; Total Combined Corn Gluten Meal comprehensive value was 1.47 lower at 370.65 per ton. Comprehensive value price based on the movement volume by transportation method. Hominy Feed, Central Illinois Point rail was steady at 105.00 per ton; trucks were 5.00 higher at 115.00 per ton. Crude Corn Oil was 35-70 points higher from 27.70-28.00 per cwt.

MILLFEEDS: Chicago, IL were 5.00 higher at 105.00 per ton; Buffalo, NY was steady at 95.00 per ton.

DISTILLER’S DRIED GRAINS: Iowa was steady to 2.00 higher from 125.00-140.00 per ton; Illinois was steady to 2.00 higher from 130.00-147.00 per ton; Indiana was steady to 2.00 lower from 116.00-148.00 per ton; Ohio was steady from 128.00-154.00 per ton; Michigan was steady from 134.00-150.00 per ton; Kansas was steady from 135.00-165.00 per ton; Minnesota was steady from 120.00-130.00 per ton; Nebraska was steady to 10.00 higher from 135.00-157.00 per ton; Wisconsin was steady to 2.00 lower from 128.00- 140.00 per ton; South Dakota was steady from 124.00-135.00 per ton; Missouri was 10.00 lower to 10.00 higher from 130.00-150.00 per ton.

ALFALFA PELLETS: Toledo, Ohio 17 percent dehydrated were not available per ton; meal was not available per ton; with 1/2 percent oil not available per ton; and 1 percent oil not available per ton.

Source: USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News Service, St. Joseph, MO. Baldemar Ortiz, 816-676-7000.