Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, March 26, 1994, Image 6

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AfrUnofr Firming, Saluittoy, March 26,1H4
National
Grain Market
SI. Joseph, Mo.
Wcdncaday, March 23, 1994
DAILY NATIONAL GRAIN
SUMMARY GRAIN AND SOYBEAN
PRICES REGAINED SOME OF TUES
DAY’S MODERTATE DECLINES, SUP
PORTED BY DRY WEATHER CONDI
TIONS IN WHEAT AREAS. GOOD
DOMESTIC DEMAND AND LIMITED
FARMER SELLING. WHEAT 1 TO 4
CENTS HIGHER. CORN 1 TO 2 CENTS
HIGHER. SORGHUM 1 TO 3 CENTS
HIGHER. SOYBEANS 7 TO 10 CENTS
HIGHER. EXPORT WHEAT DEMAND
HAS BEEN FAIRLY ACTIVE THE
PAST FEW DAYS AND REPORTS
EGYPT IS SEEKING 500,000 TONNES
EEP WHEAT. BOOSTED PRICES.
SOUTHWESTERN GREAT PLAINS
AREAS CONTINUE DRY. CORN
PRICES CLIMBED ON SLIGHT FUND
BUYING. LIGHT FARMER SELLING
AND SPILL- OVER STRENGTH FROM
BEAN PITS. FARMERS PREPARING
EQUIPMENT AND ANXIOUS ABOUT
BEGINNING PLANTING. SOYBEAN
PRICES ALSO ADVANCED ON FUND
BUYING ON THE BOARD AND LIM
ITED FARMER SELLING. STRONG
SOYOIL USAGE ADDED STRENGTH
MIIK.it MESA BODY GOOD.'
NEED TO CUT THE FEED BILL?
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pennfield feeds
TO BEAN PRICES.
EXPORT NEWS: USDA ACCEPTED
ONE BID TO SELL 6,000 TONNES
HARD RED SPRING WHEAT TO
NICARAGUA UNDER EBP FOR JUNE
SHIPMENT. USDA’S CCC BOUGHT
20.000 TONNES SOFT RED WINTER
WHEAT FOR DONATION TO PAKIS
TAN FOR APRIL SHIPMENT. THE CCC
BOUGHT 10,000 TONNES SOFT RED
WINTER WHEAT FOR DONATION TO
AFGHANISTAN FOR APRIL
SHIPMENT.
DATE CHANGE YEAR AGO TRUCK
BIDS: 03/23/94 03/22/94 03/24/93
WHEAT: KANSAS CITY 3.50-3.51 UP
4-3 3.75-3.77 MINNEAPOLIS 4.33 3/4
UP 3 1/2 3.90 3/4 PORTLAND 3.46-3.47
UP 1 3.87-3.88 ST. LOUIS 3.25-3.31 UP
3-4 4.14-4.17.
CORN, U.S. NO. 2 YELLOW: KAN
SAS C1TY2.85-2.87 UP 12.28-2.29 MIN
NEAPOLIS 2.77 UP 1 1/4 2.18 3/4 SO.
lOWA 2.83-2.85 UP 1-2 2.27-2.30 OMA
HA 2.70-2.71 UP 1 2.15-2.17.
SOYBEANS, NO. 1 YELLOW: KAN
SAS CITY 7.06-7.07 UP 10-9 5.84-5.87
MINNEAPOLIS 6.83 1/2 UP 7 1/2 5.76
1/4 SO. lOWA 6.89-6.98 UP 7 5.84-5.88
C. ILL. PROCESSORS 6.99 I/2-7.0S 1/2
UP 7 1/2 5.90 1/4-5.99 1/4.
TRUCK BIDS FOR KANSAS CITY,
US NO. 1 HARD RED WINTER
WHEAT. ORDINARY PROTEIN. MIN
NEAPOLIS, US NO. I DARK NORTH
ERN SPRING WHEAT. 14% PROTEIN.
PORTLAND. NO. 1 SOFT WHITE
WHEAT. ST. LOUIS, NO. 2 SOFT RED
WINTER WHEAT.
FUTURES CLOSE: KANSAS CITY
(MAY) WHEAT 3.30 1/2 UP 2 1/4 3.29
3/4 MINNEAPOLIS (MAY) WHEAT
3.33 3/4 UP 3 1/2 3.30 3/4 CHICAGO
(MAY) WHEAT 3.33 1/4 UP 3 1/2 3.47
1/2 (MAY) CORN 2.84 UP 1 1/4 2.28 3/4
(MAY) SOYBEANS 6.93 1/2 UP 7 1/2
5.92 1/4.
EXPORT: BARGE OR RAIL, PORT
OF NEW ORLEANS OR NORTH TEX
AS GULF. NO. 1 HARD RED WINTER
WHEAT ORDINARY PROTEIN 3.78 1/2
UP 2 1/4 4.04 3/4-4.06 3/4 NO. 2 SOFT
RED WINTER WHEAT 3.58-3.59 1/4 UP
3-DN 3/4 4.42 1/2 NO. 2 YELLOW
CORN 3.05-3.06 1/2 UP 2-2 1/2 2.51-2.52
NO. 2 YELLOW SORGHUM RAIL 5.18
UP 2 BARGE 5.16 UP 1 4.37 4.44 NO. 2
YELLOW SOYBEANS 7.22 1/2-7.23 1/2
UP 7 1/2 6.12 3/4-6.14 BIRD.
THIS REPORT A SERVICE OF U.S.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
LIVESTOCK AND GRAIN MARKET
NEWS, ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES INC;
THE ACTION AUCTION
MONDAY
SLAUGHTER HOGS
EARLY BIRD HOG SALE
Sell Your Hogs At New Holland Selet Sublet, Inc.
See them weighed, told end pickup your checK.
Jk IQ:QQ A.M. U
|||E HORSES
|j MOLES .
1:30 P.M. .
beef sale W
SHEEP JT
HSI GOATS * 11
CALVES ,
HEIFER SALE 11;0Q A.M.
COW SALE 12:00 NOON
We have the uaual run o( 50 to 100 Helfera, all agea
Loada of (rash cowa and aprlngera from our regular
ihippara. Also tome local (rath cowa and aprlngera.
NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES, INC.
12 Miles East of Lancaster Off Route 23, New Holland, Penna.
MANAGERS gale Bwn Ottlc* Wntayr,
Norman I Davld Koib - 717-397-5538 Rogar Floyd - 717-354-4341
Flald Rapraaantatlva FAX #717-355-0706
Luka Ebarly • 215-267-6608 738-1865
Homar Ebarly • 215-267-3047 Ordar Buvar
Ron Ranck • 717-656-9849 Paul Good - 215-445-6662
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Ptt. Grain
Moadaj, March 21,1994
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Report epppMad b* PDA
COMPARED WITH TOE MARKET
FOR LAST MONDAY. FOR SOUTH
EASTERN, CENTRAL, AND SOUTH
CENTRAL PA: CORN UNEVEN,
MOSTLY STEADY TO .07 HIGHER,
WHEAT STEADY TO .05 HIGHER,
BARLEY UNEVENLY STEADY, OATS
MOSTLY STEADY, EAR CORN
STEADY TO STRONG, SOYBEANS
STEADY TO STRONG.
SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 3.15-3.34,
AVERAGE 3.23, CONTRACT FOR
HARVEST 2.62-2.87; @ WHEAT NO. 2
RANGE 3.39-3.64, AVERAGE 3.52,
CONTRACT FOR HARVEST 3.16-3.39;
BARLEY NO. 3 RANGE 2.40-2.80,
AVERAGE 2.63, CONTRACT FOR
HARVEST 1.95-2.05; OATS NO. 2
RANGE 1.60-1.95, AVERAGE 1.80;
SOYBEANS NO. 1 RANGE 6.75-7.07,
AVERAGE 6.86, CONTRACT FOR
HARVEST 6.23-6.39; FEW REPORTED
GR. SORGHUM «2 RANGE 2.80,
AVERAGE 2.80; CONTRACT FOR
HARVEST 2.50; FEW REPORTED NEW
EAR CORN RANGE 87.00-110.00,
AVERAGE 92.-86.
SOUTH CENTRAL
PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 3.25-3.30,
FEW REPORTED 3.00, AVERAGE 3.25;
LIGHT GARLICKY A BETTER
WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE 3.09-3.40, FEW
REPORTED 3.36, AVERAGE 3.27;
BARLEY NO. 3 RANGE 1.60-1.90, FEW
REPORTED 2.10, AVERAGE 2.45;
OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1.60-1.90, AVER
AGE 1.78; SOYBEANS NO. 1 RANGE
6.50-6.91, AVERAGE 6.69; FEW
LIVESTOCK IS OU:
7:30 A.M.
REPORTED IffiW BAR CORN RANGE
SO.OO-100.00, AVERAGE 9a 50.
SOUTHEASTERN, CENTRAL &
SOUTH CENTRAL SUMMARY
CORN NO. 2-V RANGE 3.15-3.36,
AVERAGE 3.35; LIGHT GARLICKY A
BETTER WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE
3.25-3.65; AVERAGE 3.44; BARLEY
NO. 3 RANGE 2.40-2.50, AVERAGE
2.57; OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1.60-1.95,
AVERAGE 1.79; SOYBEANS NO. 1
RANGE 6.50-7.07, AVERAGE 6.81;
NEW EAR CORN RANGE <O.OO-105.00,
Average 90.50.
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO.-2-Y RANGE 3.15-3.36,
AVERAGE 3.27; LIGHT GARLICKY A
BETTER WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE
3.35-3.65, AVERAGE 3.43; BARLEY
NO. 3 RANGE 2.40-2.50, FEW
REPORTED 3.00, AVERAGE 2.61;
OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1.70-1.90, AVER
AGE 1.79; SOYBEANS NO. 1 RANGE
6.60-7.00, AVERAGE 6.64; FEW
REPORTED NEW EAR CORN RANGE
80.00-90.00, AVERAGE 84.33.
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
CORN NO. 2-Y RANGE 2.95-3.15,
AVERAGE 3.01; LIGHT GARLICKY A
BETTER WHEAT NO. 2 RANGE
3.25-3.50, AVERAGE 3.42; BARLEY
NO. 3 RANGE 2.40-2.51, AVERAGE
2.46; OATS NO. 2 RANGE 1.40-1.87,
AVERAGE 1.65; SOYBEANS NO. 1
RANGE 6.50-6.75, AVERAGE 6.63;
FEW REPORTED OLD EAR CORN
RANGE 65.00-100.00, AVERAGE 82.50.
CORN NO. 2-Y 3.28; LIGHT GAR
LICKY Sc. BETTER WHEAT NO. 2 3.63;
BARLEY NO. 3 2.51; OATS NO. 2 1.77;
SOYBEANS NO. 1 6.69; FEW
REPORTED NEW EAR CORN 88.83.
ONLY BUSINESS
THURSDAY
Beef Auction 10:00 A.M.
BULLS, STEERS,
BEEF COWS
ft"' *•*&*
1:00 P.M.
STOCKERS ft FEEDERS i» r
_jt 11:39 AM - ft? ..
(' SHEEP fIHR
iUt ssssz Jo
1:30 P.M.
FEEDER PIG SALE
Pigs are accepted altar 630 A.M. State graded from S to 12
Dairy Bam and Feeder Pig Bam are cleaned and disinfected
weekly for your protection. __
MONTH AGO