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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Nov 8, 2013 11:56 AM CST

Buyers of dried distillers grains seemed to back off purchases in the past week as they waited for the result of Friday's USDA Crop Production Report. The report had not been published for two months due to the recent government shutdown.

The hesitant buying caused the DTN weekly DDG spot price average to fall $2 per ton in the past week, from $207 per ton last week to $205 this week.

This is the third consecutive week that the average has decreased, falling from $208 per ton Oct. 25 to $205 per ton this week. The last time the average ...

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