DTN Weekly Distillers Grains Update
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Nov 4, 2013 01:17 PM CST

Prices of dried distillers grains have been steady in recent weeks on the West Coast, as well as other U.S. locations, according to Joel Karlin, contributing DTN analyst and commodity manager for Western Milling in Goshen, Calif.

The weekly DTN DDG spot price average has hovered between $207 and $208 for the past five weeks. With harvest well underway, the market seems to be hesitant while buyers await new-crop corn, hoping for significant price decreases.

Supplies of DDG have been decent, Karlin said, although production is still somewhat constrained by some plants not running at 100% as they await new-crop ...

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