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Prices Updated Friday 8:30 a.m.

BIDS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME.
REMINDER PRICES ARE NOW DELIVERED COAST
RED WHEAT MARKETS ARE MORNING ONLY
Buying Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 11:00am and 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 11:00am and no afternoon market


Club Wheat Premium: +.05 max 12.0% protein

2016 SWH vs. SRW Futures Basis = $0.95/bu. SRW March 2018 futures

New Crop SWH bids are for Max 10.5% Protein Market Scales Time of Delivery 

14% DNS Scales:  +.08/-.12 ea. 1/4 from 14%, 16% max

11.5% HRW Scales:  +.15/-.30 ea. 1/2% from 11.5%, 13% max

2018 Winter Wheat RP Base Price = $5.92/bu. Portland

2018 Spring Wheat RP Base Price = $6.30/bu. Portland
Barge Fuel Surcharge:
February -2.7% = -$.009/bu. (negative means you get a credit back)

Country Elevator (truck/rail) Fuel Surcharge:
February 16% = $.019/bu.
 


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@W - WHEAT - CBOT
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Mar 18 463'4 464'4 456'6 458'0 -4'0 457'6s 01:11A Chart for @W8H Options for @W8H
May 18 478'0 478'0 470'2 471'6 -3'6 471'4s 01:06A Chart for @W8K Options for @W8K
Jul 18 491'0 492'2 484'6 486'0 -3'4 486'4s 02/18 Chart for @W8N Options for @W8N
Sep 18 506'0 507'6 500'2 502'0 -3'0 502'4s 02/18 Chart for @W8U Options for @W8U
Dec 18 527'0 527'6 520'4 522'6 -2'6 523'2s 02/18 Chart for @W8Z Options for @W8Z
@KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
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Mar 18 479'4 482'2 473'0 478'2 0'4 478'4s 01:40A Chart for @KW8H Options for @KW8H
May 18 493'2 497'2 488'0 493'2 0'4 493'4s 02/18 Chart for @KW8K Options for @KW8K
Jul 18 511'2 514'4 505'2 509'6 0'0 510'4s 02/18 Chart for @KW8N Options for @KW8N
Sep 18 527'4 531'4 523'0 527'0 -0'2 527'6s 02/18 Chart for @KW8U Options for @KW8U
@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Mar 18 607'6 607'6 603'0 604'4 -3'2 605'2s 02/18 Chart for @MW8H Options for @MW8H
May 18 618'0 618'2 614'4 615'0 -3'0 615'6s 02/18 Chart for @MW8K Options for @MW8K
Jul 18 627'2 627'2 624'0 624'0 -3'2 624'2s 02/18 Chart for @MW8N Options for @MW8N
Sep 18 633'0 633'2 629'4 630'0 -2'6 631'0s 02/18 Chart for @MW8U Options for @MW8U
@C - CORN - CBOT
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Mar 18 368'0 368'4 366'4 367'2 -0'2 367'4s 01:10A Chart for @C8H Options for @C8H
May 18 375'2 376'0 374'2 374'6 -0'4 375'0s 01:43A Chart for @C8K Options for @C8K
Jul 18 383'0 383'6 381'6 382'4 -0'2 382'6s 02/18 Chart for @C8N Options for @C8N
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
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Mar 18 1023'4 1028'2 1012'0 1021'2 -2'6 1021'4s 01:09A Chart for @S8H Options for @S8H
May 18 1034'2 1039'0 1023'0 1032'0 -2'4 1032'4s 02/18 Chart for @S8K Options for @S8K
Jul 18 1043'6 1048'4 1033'0 1041'6 -2'4 1042'2s 02/18 Chart for @S8N Options for @S8N
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Temp: 26oF Feels Like: 14oF
Humid: 66% Dew Pt: 16oF
Barom: 29.87 Wind Dir: N
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 15 mph
Sunrise: 6:48 Sunset: 5:25
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Daily Commentary

2/15/18:  The wheat futures markets rallied today as the weekly drought monitor showed expanding dryness across the Southern Plains and now starting in the Northern Plains as well.  Nothing has really changed but it seemed like the release of the most recent maps reminded the market of the situation that HRW states are facing.  Both the Southern Plains and Argentina should see some rain in the next couple of days but then the forecast shows dry weather returning.  Further strength or weakness in prices may hinge on how much precipitation actually falls in each area for this next event.


The Weekly Top Five
These are the 5 biggest issues that NWGG feel are affecting today's markets and items to watch for as we progress through the year.     
 
1: 2/9/18  The USDA decreased projected white wheat exports by 15 million bushels to 200 million for the year, projected ending stocks were raised a like amount to 76 million bushels.
2: 2/9/18 Speculators have covered a significant portion of their net short position on the price rally that was sparked by the decline in crop conditions in the southern plains.  They still remain net short but well below the near record position they had built earlier in January.
3: 2/9/18  Projected exports for corn were increased by 125 million bushels and ending stocks reduced a like amount, world corn stocks were also cut which is bullish.  The market now awaits the final production for South America where Argentina has been struggling with some drought issues.
4: 2/9/18  The forecast for Kansas remains mostly dry but Texas and Oklahoma are supposed to pick up some moisture this weekend.
5:  1/31/18  A large drop in the monthly crop condition ratings for the Southern Plains fueled a rally in wheat futures.  Kansas and Oklahoma had the biggest declines as drought has taken hold in the area.  The next condition report will be released at the end of February and weekly reports won't start until March.
 

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