State Commodity Prices Mixed Last Month
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 03/05/2014
The preliminary February 2014 average price received by farmers for corn in Wisconsin was $4.50 per bushel. That's according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, which says the price was up 10-cents from the January full month price, but $2.53 less than year-ago levels.
Soybean last month averaged $13.00 per bushel, up 20-cents from January, but down $1.40 from the previous February. The preliminary February oat price was $4.00 per bushel, unchanged from last month and down 33-cents from last year.
The all hay prices in Wisconsin averaged $183.00 per ton, down $7.00 from January and $61.00 less than February 2013. Alfalfa hay prices averaged $195.00 per ton last month, down $5.00 from January and $65.00 lower than 2013. Other hay prices averaged $129.00, a decrease of $3.00 from January and
a decrease of $41.00 from last year.