St. Joseph, Mo.
May 29, 2018
Report Supplied by USDA

Wholesale Bids. Truck or Rail dollars per ton.

Compared to last week, feedstuff prices were mixed. Some ingredients continue to increase due to tight supplies and good demand. Soybean traders are again feeling pressure after the trade war with China has been renewed with tariffs this morning after having seemingly been worked out last week.

SOYBEAN MEAL: 48 percent rail was 2.30 higher from 390.20-391.20 per ton. 48 percent truck was 2.30 higher from 372.20-395.20 per ton.

CORN BY-PRODUCTS: Corn Gluten Feed Pellets 21 percent, FOB Midwest barge was steady to 15.00 lower from 105.00-120.00 per ton; rail was 4.00 lower to 15.00 higher from 135.00-155.00 per ton; trucks were steady to 15.00 lower from 130.00-170.00 per ton; comprehensive value was 1.04 lower at 138.89 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 1.04 lower at 138.89 per ton. Comprehensive value price based on the movement volume by transportation method. Wet corn gluten feed 50-60 percent moisture was 1.00 lower to 13.00 higher from 39.00-70.00 per ton. 60 percent Corn Gluten Meal, FOB Midwest barge was 5.00 lower at 495.00 per ton; rail was steady to 17.00 lower from 465.00-505.00 per ton; truck was steady to 40.00 higher from 525.00-535.00 per ton; comprehensive value was 3.96 lower at 493.77 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 3.96 lower at 493.77 per ton. Comprehensive value price based on the movement volume by transportation method. Hominy Feed, Central Illinois Point rail was steady at 102.00 per ton; trucks were 2.00-7.00 lower at 108.00 per ton. Crude Corn Oil was 0.60 higher at 30.10 per ton.

MILLFEEDS: Chicago, IL were steady at 110.00 per ton; Buffalo, NY was steady to 5.00 lower at 100.00 per ton.

DISTILLER'S DRIED GRAINS: Eastern Corn-belt was steady to 20.00 lower from 150.00-186.00 per ton; Chicago, IL Area was steady to 10.00 higher at 180.00 per ton; Lawrenceburg, IN was not available per ton; Nebraska was 2.00-10.00 lower from 145.00-165.00 per ton; Minnesota was steady to 5.00 lower from 165.00-175.00 per ton; Kansas was steady from 160.00-180.00 per ton; Iowa was steady to 3.00 higher from 160.00-195.00 per ton; Northern Missouri was 1.00 lower to 10.00 higher from 175.00- 180.00 per ton; South Dakota was 4.00 lower to 7.00 higher from 168.00-171.00 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.