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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:18 PM CDT

The five-month-long downward trend in prices of dried distillers grains appears to have finally ended; however, the cheaper prices seem to have stimulated demand and boosted prices upward.

The DTN weekly DDG spot price average rose another $5 in the past week, from $106 per ton last week to $111 this week. This marks the second week that the average has risen after an 18-week freefall that began in early April.

Of the 37 Midwestern locations DTN collects spot prices from, 25 locations reported their prices had increased between $5 and $15 since last week. Prices at nine locations remained ...

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