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USDA - AMS: Daily Farm Report (2019-01-16)

USDA U.S. Department of Agriculture - January 16, 2019

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Columbia, SC    	    Wed January 16, 2019        USDA-SC Dept Ag Market 
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SC Farm Report on Wednesday

   Cattle at SC Auctions on Tuesday:  Compared to last week, feeder 
cattle were mostly steady based on limited comparable sales.  Feeder 
Steers: Medium and Large 1-2 400-500 lbs 150.00-164.00, 500-600 lbs 
135.00-139.00.  Feeder Bulls: Medium and Large 1-2 400-500 lbs 130.00-
156.00; 500-600 lbs 120.00-145.00. Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1-2 
400-500 lbs 122.50-137.00; 500-600 lbs 115.00-130.00.  Slaughter cows 
were steady. Slaughter cows: Breakers 75-80% lean 43.00-50.00; Boners 
80-85% lean 45.00-52.00; Lean 85-90% lean 45.00-47.00; Lean Low Dressing 
36.00-42.00. Slaughter bulls were steady.  Slaughter bulls: 1275-2160 
lbs 56.00-74.00.
   Cow/Calf Pairs: Medium 1-2 965 lbs Young Age Cow with 200 lbs calf 
700.00 per pair.  Small 1-2 880-890 lbs Young to Middle Age Cows with 80-
220 lbs calves 580.00-700.00 per pair.  
   Hogs on Tuesday: Plant delivered weighted average. National Direct 
Barrows & Gilts US 1 50-54% lean 240-300 lbs was N/A.  Sows live price 
300-450 lbs 28.52; 450-500 lbs 32.40; 500-550 lbs 34.57.
   SC Grain on Wednesday:  Corn was 3 cents higher; elevator bids 4.02-
4.14, processor bids 4.04-4.59.  Soybeans were mostly 1 cent higher; 
elevator bids 8.19-8.70, processor bid 8.94, and export 8.94.  New crop 
wheat bids were 2 to 3 cents higher; elevator bids 4.83-5.23.  
   Cotton on Wednesday. Southeast base price for 41-4/34 grade was 0.66 
higher at 71.02.  
   Fruits & Vegetables: Prices paid to SC growers at the Columbia State 
Farmers Market on Wednesday. Beets dz bnchs Red type 20.00, 25 lb sks
Red type topped 14.00; Broccoli 20 lb ctns Crown Cut 16.00; Cilantro ctns 
bnchd 30s 10.00; Greens dz bnchs Turnips/Mustards 18.00, ctns bnchd 
Collards 35.00-40.00, 1.35 buctns bnchd Kale 24s 20.00, 1 1/9 buctns 
Mustard/Turnip Tops 18.00; Onions, Green crts bnchs 24s 12.00, ctns bnchd 
48s 22.00, Sweet type 24s 20.00; Parsley ctns bnchd Flat and Curly type 
30s 15.00; Pecans 50 lb sks Stuarts 150.00; Rutabagas dz bnchs 20.00; 
Spinach 1.35 bucrts Savoy type 20.00; Turnips 25 lb sks Topped medium 
14.00.  OUT OF STATE PRODUCE: Apples buctns Red/Golden/Rome 20.00, 
Granny Smith 20.00-22.00, Pink Lady 25.00, Fuji/Gala 20.00-22.00, 
Cortland/Cameo 20.00-22.00, Honeycrisp 35.00, tray pack Red/Golden 
Delicious 25.00; Bananas 40 lb ctns 18.00; Beans bucrts Snap type 25.00,
KY type 25.00; Carrots 50 lb sks Jumbo 22.00; Corn, Sweet 4 dz crts 
Yellow/Bi-Color 18.00, White 20.00; Cucumbers 1 1/9 buctns Long Green 
Select 20.00, 1 1/9 bucrts Pickles Small-Medium MX 32.00-34.00; Eggplant 
1 1/9 buctns Medium 23.00; Grapes 18 lb cntrs bagged Black Seedless PE 
23.00; Onions, Dry 50 lb sks Yellow Jumbo 15.00, 25 lb sks Red Jumbo 
14.00, 40 lb ctns Peruvian Sweet Jumbo 22.00-24.00, 16 3-lb sks 
Peruvian Sweet Medium 26.00; Okra 1/2 buctns Small-Medium 26.00-28.00; 
Pecans 1 lb cntrs Shelled 9.00, 5 lb filmbags Shelled 45.00, 30 lb 
filmbags Shelled 240.00; Peppers, Bell 1 1/9 buctns Green Jumbo FL 23.00,
Red Medium-Large FL 40.00; Potatoes 50 lb sks Red Size A 16.00, 10 5-lb 
filmbags Red Size A 20.00; Squash 1/2 buctns Zucchini Small 16.00, 3/4 
buctns Crookneck Small 25.00; Sweet Potatoes 40 lb ctns Orange type US 
Number 1 NC 17.00-20.00, US Number 1 MS 22.00, US #2 NC/MS 15.00, Jumbo 
NC/MS 15.00, Purple MS 25.00-28.00, Japanese type NC 25.00; Tomatoes 25 
lb ctns Vine Ripes Turning Red Extra Large/5x6sz 24.00-28.00, 6x6sz 
18.00-20.00, 6x7sz 12.00, Green All Sizes 24.00-33.00; Tomatoes, Grape 
12 1-pt cntrs Red FL 12.00, 20 lb ctns Red FL 18.00; Tomatoes, Plum 25 
lb ctns Roma Small FL 12.00, Roma Small MX 15.00.  CITRUS:  Grapefruit 
4/5 buctns Red 48s/40s FL 25.00-26.00, Red 36s FL 30.00; Oranges 4/5 
buctns Navel FL 22.00-28.00, 7/10 buctns Navel CA 72s/113s 30.00; 
Tangelos 4/5 buctns Orlando FL 100s 25.00; Tangerines 4/5 buctns 
Robinson FL 120s 30.00.  

For detailed reports go to www.ams.usda.gov/marketnews.htm or 
www.agriculture.sc.gov or phone USDA-SCDA Market News at 803-737-4491 
or 4497.

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