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BC-ID--Intermountain Grain & Livestock, ID

By The Associated Press | Posted - Sep. 16, 2014 at 2:01 p.m.



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POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report for Tuesday, September 16.

POCATELLO — Milling Quality: White wheat 6.00 (steady); hard red winter 5.90 (down 16); 14 percent spring 6.65 (down 22); hard white 5.90 (down 16);

BURLEY — Milling Quality: white wheat5.80 (down 5); hard red winter 5.50 (up 5); 14 percent spring 6.58 (up 45); barley 5.20 (steady); hard white 5.75 (up 10);

OGDEN — Mill quality White wheat 6.15 (steady); 11.5 percent winter 5.83 (down 5); 14 percent spring 6.60 (down 6); barley 5.35 (steady); corn 7.46 (down 4);

PORTLAND__ Soft white 6.73 (steady); hard red winter 6.87-7.08 (down 3); 14 percent spring 8.33; white club 9.04 (down 1); oats 280.00 (steady);

NAMPA— Soft white 9.83 (steady) cwt or 5.90 (steady) bushel.

___< LIVESTOCK AUCTION __ Lewiston Livestock on September 10. Utility and breaking cows 105-116; cutter and canners 85-100; young feeders 130-160; bulls 120-140; baby calves 400-600/hd; steers: heavy 150-220, light 220-260, stocker 240-280; heifers: heavy 150-210, light 200-240, stocker 220-250 August hogs steady, lambs 5-15 higher: butcher hogs 80-96; feeder pigs 75-95, weaners 32-60; slaughter lambs 140-150; feeder lambs 171-191; cull ewes 20-55. Remarks: Steady on feeder, cows 2-5 lower.

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