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Kansas City Daily Feed Update

KANSAS CITY - Jun 11/10 - SNS -- Daily market review of wholesale bid levels for various feed ingredients in the Kansas City region.

Kansas City Daily Feed
Wholesale bids per ton, bulk, in truck lots, unless otherwise specified.
(Soybean meal, Soybean hulls, and Pellets- FOB processors KC and St. Joseph.)
     Commodities        Basis     Change          Bids        Change
  Soybean Meal 48 Pct   +8+17 Jul unch        297.70-306.70   up 7.40
  Soybean Hulls-Bulk                          80.00-90.00     unch
  Soybean Hull Pellets-Bulk                   85.00-90.00     unch
  Cottonseed Meal 41 Pct                        220.00        unch
  Gluten Feed 21 Pct Pellets                  92.00-105.00    unch
  Gluten Meal 60 Pct                         480.00-500.00    unch
  Wheat Bran and Middlings
                   Interior KS Rail           62.00-67.00     up 2.00
                   Interior KS Truck          70.00-74.00     up 5.00-4.00
  Hominy Feed (FOB KC Northwest)
                               Truck          88.00-97.00     unch
                               Rail           82.00-97.00     unch
  Meat and Bone Meal, 50 Pct                    310.00        unch-dn 10.00
 	(FOB US Central)
  Feather Meal                               490.00-515.00    unch
  Yellow Grease (dollars/cwt)                 25.50-26.50     dn 1.00-unch
  Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal                       214.00     A  unch
  Sun-Cured Pellets, 15 Pct                  173.00-183.00 B  unch
  Alfalfa Center of NE:
  Alfalfa Pellets, 17 Pct                       185.00     A  unch
    Meal without oil                            189.00     A  unch
    Hay                                           n/a      A  n/a
A-last updated 06/10/10
B-last updated 06/11/10
(Soybean Meal price based off the July Chicago Soybean Meal Futures.)
Source:  USDA-MO Dept of Ag Market News Service, St. Joseph, MO


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