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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri May 30, 2014 11:17 AM CDT

With some reduction in seasonal demand due to more cattle on pasture, coupled with plentiful supplies, prices of dried distillers continued on their downward march toward the lowest level in nearly four months.

Of the 30 Midwestern locations DTN collects spot prices from, 22 locations reported their spot prices had decreased between $5 and $15 per ton since last week. Prices remained unchanged since last week at eight locations and no price increases were reported.

The DTN weekly spot price average fell $7 in the past week, from $208 per ton last week to $201 this week. This makes the ...

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