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USDA - AMS: Daily Farm Report (2019-04-24)

USDA U.S. Department of Agriculture - April 24, 2019



CO_LS146
Columbia, SC    	    Wed April 24, 2019        USDA-SC Dept Ag Market 
News
                                                                                                  
SC Farm Report on Wednesday

   Cattle at SC auctions on Tuesday:  Compared to last week, feeder
cattle were 2.00 to 4.00 higher.  Feeder Steers: Medium and Large 1-2 
400-500 lbs 148.00-178.00, 500-600 lbs 161.00-170.00.  Feeder Bulls: 
Medium and Large 1-2 400-500 lbs 147.00-175.00; 500-600 lbs 142.00-
153.00.  Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large 1-2 400-500 lbs 129.00-154.00; 
500-600 lbs 130.00-141.00.  Slaughter cattle were steady to 3.00 higher. 
Slaughter cows: Breakers 75-80% lean 60.00; Boners 80-85% lean 58.00-
69.00; Lean 85-90% lean 50.00-62.00; Lean Low Dressing 37.00-50.00. 
Slaughter bulls were steady to 3.00 higher. Slaughter bulls: 1070-
1670 lbs 69.00-90.00.
   Cow/Calf Pairs:  Small to Medium 1-2 585-1030 lbs young to middle aged 
cows with 165-285 lbs calves 610.00-1150.00 per pair.  
   Hogs on Tuesday: Plant delivered weighted average. National Direct 
Barrows & Gilts US 1 50-54% lean 240-300 lbs was 1.99 higher at 62.46.  
Sows live price 300-450 lbs 52.11; 450-500 lbs 57.32; 500-550 lbs 58.92.
   SC Grain on Wednesday:  New Crop corn was 4 to 5 cents lower; elevator 
bids 3.99-4.06, processor bids 4.04-4.24.  Soybeans were 7 cents lower; 
elevator bids 7.80-8.25, processor bid 8.75, and export 8.75.  New crop 
wheat bids were 4 to 7 cents lower; elevator bids 4.18-4.48.  
   Cotton on Wednesday. Southeast base price for 41-4/34 grade was 0.79 
lower at 73.87.  
   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 16.00; Cilantro ctns bnchd 30s 10.00; Greens dz bnchs 
Collards 20.00-25.00, Turnips/Mustard 20.00, 1.35 buctns bnchd Kale 24s 
15.00, 1 1/9 buctns Mustard/Turnip Tops/Creasy type 15.00; Onions, Green 
crts bnchs 24s 12.00, ctns bnchd 48s 22.00, Sweet type 24s 20.00; Onions, 
Dry 50 lb sks Carolina Sweet Jumbo 30.00, 25 lb sks Carolina Sweet Jumbo 
15.00; Parsley ctns bnchd Flat and Curly types 30s 15.00; Peas, Green 
bucrts English type 35.00; Rutabagas dz bnchs 20.00, 1 1/9 buctns Large 
No Wax 10.00; Spinach 1.35 bucrts Savoy type 20.00; Strawberries gallon 
ctns Large-Extra Large 10.00, 8 1-lb Large-Extra Large 15.00-17.00; 
Turnips 25 lb sks Topped Medium 16.00.  OUT OF STATE PRODUCE: Apples 
buctns Fuji/York 20.00, Pink Lady 20.00-25.00, Red/Golden/Granny Smith 
20.00, tray pack Red Delicious 72s 25.00, Gala 88s/Fuji 100s 28.00, Pink 
Lady 125s 25.00; Bananas 40 lb ctns 18.00; Beans bucrts Snap type 20.00; 
Cabbage 50 lb ctns Green type 15.00; Cantaloupes 1/2 ctns GU 9s 16.00,
per melon Athena FL Medium 2.00, 24 inch bins Athena 150s 300.00; 
Carrots 50 lb sks Jumbo 20.00; Corn, Sweet 4 dz crts Yellow/Bi-
Color/White 16.00; Cucumbers 1 1/9 buctns Long Green Select 12.00-16.00, 
1 1/9 bucrts Pickles Medium 25.00-33.00; Eggplant buctns Medium 15.00; 
Grapes 18 lb cntrs bagged Red Seedless 24.00-25.00, White Seedless 24.00-
25.00; Mangoes 1 layer ctns Tommy Atkins 10s 8.00, Ataulfo 16s 12.00; 
Okra 1/2 buctns FL Small-Medium 20.00; Onions, Dry 50 lb sks Yellow Jumbo 
20.00, 25 lb sks Red Jumbo 20.00, 40 lb ctns Vidalia District of Georgia 
40 lb ctns Jumbo 26.00-29.00, 50 lb sks Jumbo 30.00, 16 3-lb sks Medium 
29.00-30.00; Peanuts, Green bucrts Virginia FL 47.00-48.00; Peppers, Bell 
1 1/9 buctns Green Extra Large 18.00-20.00, Red Extra Large 24.00-26.00, 
Yellow Large-Extra Large 24.00-26.00; Pineapples 1 layer ctns Golden Ripe 
MX 7s 13.00; Potatoes 50 lb sks Red Size A #2 15.00, White Size A #2 
15.00; Squash 1/2 buctns Zucchini Small 12.00, 3/4 buctns Crookneck Small 
26.00; Sweet Potatoes 40 lb ctns Orange type US Number 1 NC 22.00-23.00, 
US Number 1 MS 22.00-24.00, US #2 NC/MS 15.00-18.00, Jumbo NC/MS 15.00-
18.00; Tomatillos 1 1/9 buctns Milpero FL 18.00; Tomatoes 25 lb ctns Vine 
Ripes Turning Red Extra Large/Jumbo 14.00-16.00, 5x6sz/6x6sz 10.00-14.00, 
Green All Sizes 16.00-20.00, Yellow 5x6sz 22.00, Yellow 6x6sz 18.00; 
Tomatoes, Grape 20 lb ctns Red FL 18.00, 12 1-pt cntrs Red type 10.00-
12.00; Tomatoes, Plum 25 lb ctns Roma Large/Extra Large FL 12.00; 
Watermelons 24 inch bins Red Flesh Seedless 36s 180.00-250.00, 45s/60s 
180.00-265.00, 24 inch bins Red Flesh Seeded FL 28s/35s 175.00-180.00, 
45s 135.00-175.00, per melon Red Flesh Seeded FL 10-12 lbs 2.00, 20-24 
lbs 3.00-4.00, 24-28 lbs 5.00, 30-35 lbs 6.00, per melon Red Flesh 
Seedless FL 12-14 lbs 3.00, 16-18 lbs 4.00-5.00, 20-22 lbs 5.00-6.00, 24-
28 lbs 5.50-6.00.  CITRUS: Oranges 4/5 Valencia 100s 20.00, 7/10 buctns 
Navel CA 88s/113s 20.00-21.00; Tangelos 7/10 buctns Minneola 125s 25.00-
26.00.  

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.

Source: South Carolina Dept of Ag-USDA Market News, Columbia, SC 803-
737-4491. http://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/CO_LS146.txt

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