LINCOLN, NE -- Preliminary prices received by farmers for winter wheat for April 2014 averaged $7.15 per bushel, an increase of 9 cents from the March price according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.
The preliminary April corn price, at $4.65 per bushel, increased 19 cents from the previous month.
The preliminary April sorghum price averaged $8.00 per cwt, an increase of 17 cents from March.
The preliminary April soybean price, at $14.30 per bushel, was up 70 cents from last month.
The preliminary April dry edible bean price, at $50.00 per cwt, was down $4.00 from March.
The April alfalfa hay price, at $127.00 per ton, was down $6.00 from last month. The other hay price, at $98.00 per ton, was down $6.00 from last month.
The preliminary April oat price was withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. The March price for oats was $4.01.
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