Winter Wheat Prices Down 1 Cent From Last Month
by Associated Press
April 30, 2013 3:27 PM
The April preliminary winter wheat price in South Dakota is down a penny from last month but up more than a dollar from a year ago.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that the price of $7.30 per bushel is down 1 cent from last month but up $1.13 from last April. The spring wheat price of $7.80 is 17 cents lower than last month and 33 cents lower than April.
The April soybean price of $13.90 per bushel is 50 cents lower than last month but 20 cents higher than last year.
Corn, at $6.45 per bushel, is down 59 cents from last month but up 38 cents from last year.
Sunflowers at $24 per hundredweight are down 40 cents from last month and down $3.30 from last year.