NEWS
Farm Management
Urban C. Lehner Editor Emeritus
Thu Oct 27, 2011 08:05 PM CDT

Corn's national average cashy price rose 14 cents to $6.32; soybeans, 25 cents to $11.80; hard red winter wheat, 21 cents to $6.92; soft red winter, 24 cents to $6.09; and hard red spring wheat, 16 cents to $8.55.

Basis was unchanged for corn and soybeans, worsened by 1 cent for hard and soft red winter wheat, and improved 2 cents for hard red spring wheat.

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