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USDA - AMS: Daily Farm Report (2019-06-03)

USDA U.S. Department of Agriculture - June 3, 2019

CO_LS146
Columbia, SC        Monday, June 03, 2019      USDA-SC Dept Ag Market 
News


SC Farm Report on Monday

   National direct slaughter cattle weekly summary. Weighted averages
for all grades, Standard to Prime, mostly Select and Choice. Live FOB
steers 1,367 lbs at 115.74, heifers 1,226 lbs at 115.53. Dressed 
delivered steers 884 lbs at 186.08, heifers 801 lbs at 186.19. Weekly 
boxed beef cutout values for 600-900 carcass weights Choice 223.40, up 
2.76, and Select 209.25, up 2.17.
   National direct feeder pigs last Friday, per head weighted average
prices are delivered to the buyer's farm.  Early weaned pigs 9.00 per 
head lower.  All feeder pigs 6.00 per head lower. Demand light for 
moderate offerings. Receipts include 57% formulated prices. Feeder pigs 
10-12 lbs cash basis 43.88; 40 lbs cash basis 69.07.
   Hogs on Friday. Plant delivered weighted average. National direct 
Barrows & Gilts US 1 50-54% lean 240-300 lbs was 0.53 lower at 60.06.  
Sows live price 300-449 lbs 51.55, 450-499 lbs 57.19, and 500-549 lbs 
59.82.
   SC Grain on Monday.  New Crop Corn was 2 to 3 cents lower; elevator 
bids 4.68-4.72, processor bids 4.74-5.04.  Soybeans were steady to 6 
cents higher; elevator bids 8.04-8.47, processor bid 8.89, and export 
8.89.  New Crop Wheat was mostly 16 to 18 cents higher; elevator bids 
5.00-5.44. 
   Cotton on Monday. Southeast base price for 41-4/34 grade was 1.34 
higher at 66.42.
   Fruits & Vegetables: Prices paid to SC growers at the Columbia State 
Farmers Market on Monday. Beets dz bnchs Red type 20.00, 25 lb sks Red 
type Topped 12.00; Broccoli 20 lb ctns Crown Cut 20.00; Cabbage 50 lb 
ctns Green med 20.00; Cantaloupes per melon Athena Small/Large 1.50-2.00; 
Cilantro ctns bnchd 30s 10.00; Cucumbers 1/2 bubskts Pickles Small-Medium 
18.00, 1 1/9 buctns Long Green Select 15.00; Eggplant 1 1/9 buctns Medium 
18.00; Greens dz bnchs Turnips/Mustard 20.00, Collards 20.00, 1.35 buctns 
bnchd Kale 24s 15.00, 1 1/9 buctns loose Mustard/Turnip Tops 12.00, 
Creasy type 15.00; Onions, Green crts bnchs 24s 12.00, ctns bnchd 48s 
22.00, Sweet type 24s 20.00; Parsley ctns bnchd Flat and Curly types 30s 
15.00; Peaches 1/2 bubskts Yellow Flesh 21.00-23.00, White Flesh 23.00-
26.00, Fair Quality 14.00-15.00; Plums 1/2 bubskts Green/Black 30.00-
35.00; Spinach 1.35 bucrts Savoy type 20.00; Squash 1/2 buctns Zucchini 
Small 11.00-12.00, Med 10.00, Patty Pan 12.00, 1/2 buctns Crookneck 
Small/Fancy 17.00-20.00, 3/4 buctns Crookneck Small/Fancy 17.00-20.00, 
Medium 12.00-15.00; Strawberries gallon baskets Small Medium 14.00, 1/2
gallon cntrs Small-Medium 8.00, 1 qt bskts Small-Medium 5.00, 1 lb cntrs 
Small-Medium 3.00; Tomatoes 25 lb ctns Vine Ripe Turning Red Large 20.00; 
Turnips 25 lb sks Topped Medium 12.00; Watermelons per melon Red Flesh 
Seeded 20-24 lbs 4.00.  OUT OF STATE PRODUCE: Bananas 40 lb ctns #1 
17.00-18.00; Beans bucrts Snap type 20.00; Blueberries 12 1-pt cntrs 
Large GA 22.00; Cantaloupes 24 inch bins Athena 120s 200.00-225.00, 150s 
200.00-215.00, 180s 200.00-205.00, 200s GA 150.00; Carrots 50 lb sks 
Jumbo MX 20.00; Corn, Sweet 4 dz crts Yellow/Bi-Color/White Fair Cond. 
10.00; Mangoes 1 layer ctns Tommy Atkins 10s/9s MX 8.00, Ataulfo 16s 
12.00; Okra 1/2 buctns Small-Medium FL 20.00; Onions, Dry 50 lb sks 
Yellow Jumbo 14.00-20.00, 25 lb sks Red Jumbo 20.00, 40 lb ctns Vidalia 
District of Georgia 26.00-29.00, 16 3-lb Medium 29.00-30.00; Peanuts, 
Green bucrts Virginia FL 45.00; Peas, Other approx. 27 lb sks Purple 
Hull/Pinkeye 25.00; Peppers, Bell 1 1/9 buctns Green Jumbo 22.00, Choice
20.00; Pineapple 1 layer ctns Golden Ripe MX 7s 12.00; Potatoes 50 lb sks 
Red Size A #2 15.00, White Size A #2 15.00; 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/Jumbo MS 18.00-20.00, US #2 NC 16.00-19.00, Jumbo NC 16.00-20.00; 
Tomatoes 25 lb ctns Vine Ripes Pink-Light Red Extra Large/Jumbo 16.00-
18.00, 6x6 sz/5x6 sz 14.00-15.00, Green All Sizes 16.00-20.00, 20 lb ctns 
Heirloom Medium-Large 22.00; Tomatoes, Cherry 12 1-pt flats Red type 
13.00; Tomatoes, Grape 20 lb ctns Red type 18.00; Tomatoes, Plum 25 lb 
ctns Roma Large FL 13.00; Watermelons 24 inch bins Red Flesh Seeded 
FL 28s/35s 135.00-140.00, Red Flesh Seedless FL 36s 165.00-170.00, 
45s 165.00-175.00, 60s 160.00-170.00, per melon Red Flesh Seeded FL 20-24 
lbs 3.00-3.50, 24-28 lbs 4.00-4.50, 30-35 lbs 5.00, per melon Sugar Dolls 
12-14 lbs 3.00, Sugar Dolls 18-20 lbs 5.00, per melon Red Flesh Seedless 
FL 12-14 lbs 3.00-3.50, 16-18 lbs 3.50-4.00, 20-22 lbs 4.00-5.00, 24-26 
lbs 5.00, per melon Yellow Flesh Seedless 12-14 lbs 3.00, Yellow Flesh 
Seedless 16-18 lbs 4.00.  CITRUS:  Oranges 7/10 buctns Navel CA 88s/113s 
20.00-21.00; Tangelos 7/10 buctns Minneola CA 100s 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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