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Phone: 800-994-4290 Thursday, December 8, 2016
 
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14% DNS Cash Price    
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11.5% HRW Cash Price    
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Price as of 12/08/16 03:56PM CST.
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Prices Updated Thursday 8:30 a.m.
BIDS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME.

REMINDER PRICES ARE NOW DELIVERED COAST 


Club Wheat Premium: +.15 max 12.0% protein

2016 SWH vs. SRW Futures Basis = $0.60/bu. SRW March 2017 futures


14% DNS Scales:  +.07/-.14 ea. 1/4 from 14%, 16% max

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

2017 Winter Wheat RP Base Price = $5.45/bu. Portland
2017 Spring Wheat RP Base Price = $5.40/bu. Portland

 

Barge Fuel Surcharge:
November -6.3% = - $.021/bu. (negative means you get a credit back)
December -5.8% = -$.019/bu. (negative means you get a credit back)

Country Elevator (truck/rail) Fuel Surcharge:
November 15% = $.018/bu.
December 16% = $.019/bu.


Futures
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
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Dec 16 396'4 396'4 389'6 389'6 4'4 390'6s 01:20P Chart for @W6Z Options for @W6Z
Mar 17 402'0 409'2 401'4 408'6 7'2 408'2s 03:39P Chart for @W7H Options for @W7H
May 17 413'4 420'4 413'2 419'4 6'2 418'6s 02:31P Chart for @W7K Options for @W7K
Jul 17 427'0 432'2 425'2 430'6 5'4 430'2s 01:30P Chart for @W7N Options for @W7N
Sep 17 440'6 446'2 440'6 444'4 5'4 444'2s 01:20P Chart for @W7U Options for @W7U
@KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Dec 16 384'0 384'0 384'0 384'0 5'0 387'0s 01:20P Chart for @KW6Z Options for @KW6Z
Mar 17 400'4 407'2 399'6 405'0 4'6 404'6s 03:03P Chart for @KW7H Options for @KW7H
May 17 413'0 418'6 411'6 416'2 4'4 416'2s 01:20P Chart for @KW7K Options for @KW7K
Jul 17 425'0 430'4 423'6 428'6 4'6 428'4s 01:30P Chart for @KW7N Options for @KW7N
@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Dec 16 536'0 536'0 536'0 536'0 1'6 535'6s 01:32P Chart for @MW6Z Options for @MW6Z
Mar 17 529'0 534'6 529'0 530'4 2'0 531'0s 03:29P Chart for @MW7H Options for @MW7H
May 17 532'2 537'4 532'2 533'2 1'4 533'6s 01:32P Chart for @MW7K Options for @MW7K
Jul 17 537'0 541'0 536'2 537'6 1'4 537'2s 03:28P Chart for @MW7N Options for @MW7N
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Dec 16 350'2 352'6 344'2 348'4 -4'0 346'4s 01:30P Chart for @C6Z Options for @C6Z
Mar 17 357'6 360'0 350'2 354'2 -4'4 353'4s 03:38P Chart for @C7H Options for @C7H
May 17 364'2 366'6 357'0 361'2 -4'4 360'2s 01:30P Chart for @C7K Options for @C7K
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jan 17 1049'0 1049'0 1023'4 1025'4 -22'0 1027'0s 03:46P Chart for @S7F Options for @S7F
Mar 17 1059'2 1059'2 1034'0 1036'0 -21'6 1037'6s 03:27P Chart for @S7H Options for @S7H
May 17 1066'4 1066'6 1042'0 1043'4 -21'4 1045'2s 01:20P Chart for @S7K Options for @S7K
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Humid: 84% Dew Pt: 15oF
Barom: 30.23 Wind Dir: N
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Walla Walla Seed Plant Hours:
Monday - Friday 8am to 4:30pm
Please call Nate Davin if you need to make other arrangements (509) 629-2143

 

Hearings to Examine Value and Impact of Northwest Hydro Dams
In May 2016 ruling, U.S. District Judge Michael Simon requested the agencies to review all reasonable options (including breaching) for achieving the goals of the hydro system, in order to minimize the system’s negative impacts. Federal Agencies will hold a series of public meetings about the federal hydropower dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers. The purpose is to hear from Northwest residents about dam operations, benefits and the dams’ impact on air, water, land and wildlife, including endangered salmon.
 
The dams allow NWGG, thereby our members/owners, access to ship over 95% of our wheat grown to Portland by the most cost effective, environmentally friendly mode of transportation. Dam investments have resulted in record fish returns and a 20 year sustained increase in salmon populations. 2015 adult returns past McNary dam are the highest returns recorded since the dam was completed in 1957. The Pacific Northwest Waterways Association (PNWA) has put together some very valuable information in an effort to support the current operation of the dams.
 
http://www.pnwa.net/factsheets/PNWA-BiOp-handout.pdf
http://www.pnwa.net/factsheets/Snake-River-Dams.pdf
http://www.pnwa.net/factsheets/CSRS.pdf
 
Even if you didn't make it to one of the meetings, you can still submit a formal comment. The easiest way to submit is comments is to visit www.crso.info and click on the submit online comment on the right hand side of the page. You can also click the link below for a comment form, fill it out and you can either email it to comment@crso.info or return by mail to CRSO EIS, P.O. Box 2870, Portland, OR 97208-2870.  NWGG board of directors strongly encourages all of our members to make a positive comment(s) on behalf of your support of the dams. You can submit as many comments as you like until January 17, 2017.  
 
Columbia River System Operations Comment Form
 
Best Regards,
 
Chris Peha
General Manager

Buying Hours:
SWW 8:30am -11am and 2:30pm to 4:30pm (no markets Friday afternoon)

HRW & DNS 8:30am to 11am (no afternoon markets)
 



 

Daily Commentary

12/7/16 - Grain futures were weaker on Wednesday continuing yesterday's declines.  The USDA releases it's monthly supply and demand report this Friday.  The biggest change for wheat on this report should be a jump in world wheat production and carryovers due to the larger Australian production estimate that was recently released.  Other than that it should be a non-event as any major revisions usually wait till the January report which is released along side the quarterly stocks report and winter wheat planted acreage.  


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. 12/7/16  Australia's wheat production was revised to 32.6 million metric tons, up from 28.3 mmt, which is a very negative development for the wheat market and white wheat in particular going forward.
2. 12/7/16  The extended river closure begins 12/10/16 and lasts through 3/20/17.  Export demand for shipping periods post closure is starting to build but is still limited at this point and exporters aren't very deep on their bids for the period.  At lower prices growers aren't selling much but if prices rise expect pressure on the basis as exporters pull back bids as they buy grain.
3. 11/10/16  The USDA surprised the grain markets by raising expected corn yield by 1.9 bpa to 175.3 bpa.  Corn ending stock projections are now 2.4 billion bushels where the market had been expecting 2.29 billion bushels.
4. 11/10/16  Growers marketed a significant portion of grain durning the end of September and October as concerns rose about market conditions during the extended river closure starting December 10th, which brought ownership closer to average for this point in the marketing year.  Areas that ship grain via other methods remain behind on grower sales. 
5. 11/10/16  White wheat ending stocks are projected at 95 million bushels which was unchanged from the prior report.




 

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