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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Jul 26, 2013 02:57 PM CDT

Lower numbers on the corn board and basis forced prices of dried distillers grains down in the past week as well, merchandisers told DTN this week.

The DTN weekly spot price average fell from $235 last week to $230 this week, marking the first motion down in prices in nearly a month, since the first week of July. Still, prices have remained somewhat steady in recent months, hovering between $230 and $236 since late May.

Of the 29 Midwestern locations DTN collects prices from, an overwhelming 26 said their prices had decreased between $3 and $10 per ton since last ...

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