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USDA Kansas City, MO Weekly Feed                   11/23 14:21
Las Cruces, NM     Tue, Nov 23, 2021     USDA-NM Dept of Ag Market News

Kansas City Weekly Feedstuff Review
Truck bids per ton unless otherwise stated.

   Feedstuff prices were mixed for the week.  Demand good on tight supplies for
some ingredients.  Some feeds found support from the higher grains.  End-users
scramble to buy ingredients before the long holiday weekend.

NOTICE: Starting soon, all feedstuff market information found on this report
will be condensed into three national feedstuff reports released on a weekly
basis. The reports will be titled "National Animal By-Product Feedstuffs,"
"Grain and Oilseed Processor Feedstuff," and "Mill-Feeds and Miscellaneous
Feedstuff." The data will be collected and disseminated through AMS Marketing
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   Soybean Meal, 48 percent traded 5.30 lower to 4.70 higher from 372.20-377.20 
per ton.
Soybean Hulls traded steady at 150.00 per ton.  Soybean Hulls Pelleted traded 
steady to
10.00 higher from 170.00-220.00 per ton.  41 Percent Cotton Seed Meal traded 
from 340.00-355.00 per ton.  Corn Gluten Feed Pellets traded steady to 4.00 
higher from
245.00-255.00 per ton.  Corn Gluten Meal 60 Percent traded not available per 
Kansas Interior Millfeeds Rail traded steady from 165.00-175.00 per ton; Truck 
steady to 5.00 lower from 200.00-205.00 per ton.  Hominy Feed (FOB KC 
Northwest) Rail
was not available per ton; Truck was not available per ton.  Meat and Bone Meal 
was not
available per ton.  Feather Meal was steady from 465.00-480.00 per ton.  Yellow 
was not available per cwt.  Alfalfa Meal was steady to 40.00 higher from 
per ton; Sun-Cured 15 percent was steady from 267.00-277.00 per ton; Alfalfa 
Center, NE
Pellets 17 pct was steady to 40.00 higher from 280.00-330.00 per ton.

                                     Basis      Change          Price        
Soybean Meal 48 Percent FOB        10Z to 15Z UP 10-UNCH    372.20-377.20    UP 
4.70-DN 5.30
Soybean Hulls-Bulk FOB                                          150.00       
Soybean Hull Pellets-Bulk FOB                               170.00-220.00    
UNCH-UP 10.00
Cottonseed Meal 41 Percent DEL                              340.00-355.00    
Corn Gluten Feed Pellets 21 Percent DEL                     245.00-255.00    UP 
Corn Gluten Meal 60 Percent                                      N/A         N/A

Millfeeds (Wheat Bran and MiddlingKS Int Rail     FOB       165.00-175.00    
                                  KS Int Truck    FOB       200.00-205.00    DN 

Hominy Feed (FOB KC Northwest)           Rail                    N/A         N/A
                                        Truck                    N/A         N/A
Meat and Bone Meal, 50 Pct
(FOB US Central) FOB                                             N/A         N/A
Feather Meal DEL                                            465.00-480.00    
Yellow grease (cents per lb) FOB                                 N/A         N/A
Dehy Alfalfa Meal                                           305.00-355.00    
UNCH-UP 40.00
Sun-Cured Pellets 15 Percent                                267.00-277.00    
Alfalfa Center, NE:
Dehy Pellets 17 Percent                                     280.00-330.00    
UNCH-UP 40.00
Meal                                                             N/A         N/A
Hay FOB storage                                                  N/A         N/A

(Soybean Meal bids are based off the December Chicago Soybean Meal Futures)

SOURCE:  USDA-NM Dept of Ag Market News Service, Las Cruces, NM
         Baldemar Ortiz, Market Reporter (575)373-5791

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