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POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report for Friday, October 3.

POCATELLO — Mill quality white wheat 5.75; hard red winter 5.98; 14 percent spring 6.18; hard white 6.18;

BURLEY — Mill quality white wheat 5.70 (steady); hard red winter 5.33 (up 5); 14 percent spring 6.18 (up 5); barley 5.20 (steady); hard white 5.58 (up 6);

OGDEN — Mill quality white wheat 6.10 (steady); 11.5 percent winter 5.88 (up 5); 14 percent spring 6.77 (up 7); barley 4.90 (steady); corn 7.20 (steady);

PORTLAND__ Soft white 6.61 (up 2); hard red winter 7.14-7.19 (up 7); 14 percent spring 8.38 (up 4); white club 8.92 (up 2); oats 265.00 (steady);

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

___< LIVESTOCK AUCTION __ Burley Livestock Auction on October 2. Boning & Breaker cows 98.00-124.00; cutters & canners 85.00-98.00; shelly & light 60.00-80.00; heiferettes 110.00-143.50; slaughter bulls 133.00-145.00; thin & light 95.00-110.00; holstein steers: heavy 135.00-178.00, light 150.00-193.00; feeder steers: heavy 190.00-234.00, light 210.00-305.00, stocker 285.00-366.00; feeder heifers: heavy 175.00-215.00, light 204.00-254.50, stocker 241.00-328.00. Remarks: All classes steady with last week.

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