High Plains Grain Elevator Bids

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In the Texas High Plains grain markets the bulk of bids were unchanged to 2 higher on grain sorghum; 2 to 3 cents higher on wheat; unchanged to 1 cent higher on corn.


The September contract closed 0.25 cents higher on corn, and 2.25 cents higher on September on KC wheat. 


Prices paid or bid to producers delivered to country elevators as of  3 p.m. Grain sorghum quoted per hundredweight; wheat, corn and 


soybeans per bushel.


North Panhandle: Area North of the Canadian River:


Grain Sorghum 5.11 – 6.18


Wheat 4.04 - 4.33


Corn 3.23 – 3.51 


Central Panhandle: Triangle Area from Plainview to Canyon to Farwell


Grain Sorghum 5.11 – 5.73 


Wheat 3.96 - 4.24 


Corn 3.29 – 3.46 


South Panhandle: Area South of a Line from Plainview to Muleshoe:


Grain Sorghum 5.11 – 5.73 


Wheat 3.87 – 3.99 


Corn 3.36 – 3.66 


Elevators in the Texas South Plains reported offers for:


No. 2 Grain Sorghum 6.36 – 6.54 per cwt


No. 2 Yellow Corn 7.23 – 7.41 per cwt


June 2020 Month’s Average (updated 7/2/2020) 



North Panhandle: Area North of the Canadian River: 


Grain Sorghum 6.1614 


Wheat 4.2243 


Corn 3.5083 


Central Panhandle: Triangle Area from Plainview to Canyon to Farwell:


Grain Sorghum 5.7405


Wheat 4.1769 


Corn 3.5643 


South Panhandle: Area South of a Line from Plainview to Muleshoe:


Grain Sorghum 5.9490 


Wheat 3.9824 


Corn 3.5765


Elevators in the Texas South Plains: 


 No. 2 Yellow Corn 7.5310 


Texas Gulf cash grain export:


No. 1 HRW Wheat 5.3988


No. 2 Grain Sorghum 7.7466


No. 2 Yellow Corn N/A


No. 1 Soybeans N/A


Source: USDA-TX Dept of Ag Market News Service, Amarillo, TX, 806/356-5785 tess.liles@usda.gov, www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/AM_GR110.txt, amarillo.lgmn@ams.usda.gov

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