This report is a daily grain report containing bids and/or trades of grain commodities. Grain commodities are classed and graded based on official USDA standards or guidelines for coarse grains, oilseeds, and/or pulses. Price information is released by USDA’s Livestock, Poultry, and Grain Market News Division under the Voluntary Price Reporting authority of USDA’s Agriculture Marketing Service. This report contains price spreads and simple averages for individual grain commodities and may include a basis calculated from the current day or prior day close of a publicly traded futures price. The commodity exchanges used in calculating the basis are identified as either the Chicago Board of Trade, Minneapolis Grain Exchange, or Kansas City Board of Trade.
This report is a daily national AM feeder and stocker summary. It is a consolidation of releases reporting the results of various individual auctions, as well as estimated totals, values, prices and grain futures.
This daily report contains pricing information for hogs sold via negotiated purchase or other market formulas and/or purchase arrangements in the Eastern Cornbelt on the previous day, as well as carcass weight differentials and purchase by state of origin.
This report contains the daily direct prior day sow and boar report for the eastern cornbelt based on state of origin, including current volume by purchase type, and negotiated purchase for sows, as well as sows and boar purchases by state of origin.
This report contains information on premiums and discounts for direct slaughter cattle cuts. Includes price ranges, simple average, and changes by quality, cutability yield grade, and weight. This is a weekly release.
This report contains a weekly summary of grains weighed for export in metric tons, including totals for the current and previous market year to date. Included are grains prepared for export weekly by country of destination and port area.
This daily report covers national committed and delivered slaughter cattle. Cattle delivery and cattle committed are categorized by origin (domestic vs. imported), purchase type, and cattle type (steer and heifer vs. others). Numbers are separated by live vs. dressed cattle. Also included are region of origin for cattle committed and delivered.