State Department of Agriculture closing prices


Sunday, February 4th 2001, 12:00 am
By: News On 6


OKLAHOMA CITY - The state Department of Agriculture reported the following closing prices Friday:

Wheat (bu): 2 to 5 cents higher, 2.71-2.90. Davis 2.71; Buffalo 2.74; Alva 2.76; Hobart 2.78; Clinton, Temple, Weatherfrod 2.79; Banner, El Reno, Geary, Kingfisher, Okeene, Watonga, Yukon 2.80; Shattuck 2.81; Lawton 2.83; Keyes 2.84; Manchester 2.85; Afton, Miami 2.86; Frederick, Medford, Perry, Ponca City, Stillwater 2.89; Eldorado 2.90; Gulf 3.50 1/2.

Milo (cwt): Steady to 6 cents higher, 2.64 to 3.50. Kingfisher 2.64; Alva, Manchester 2.91; Medford 2.93; Ponca City 3.19; Shattuck 3.25; Keyes, Weatherford 3.30; Afton, Miami 3.50; Gulf 4.63 1/2.

Soybeans (bu): 6 cents higher, 3.88 to 4.32. Kingfisher 3.88; Ponca City 4.08; Weatherford 4.09; Keyes 4.10; Medford 4.18; Stillwater 4.19; Shattuck 4.25; Alva 4.29; Afton, Miami, 4.32; Gulf 5.00 1/2.

U.S. No. 2 yellow corn: 2.00 to 2.17. Afton, Miami 2.00; Keyes 2.08; Manchester 2.13; Weatherford 2.17; Gulf 2.35 1/4.

Grade 41 leaf 4 staple 34 cotton in southwestern Oklahoma averaged 55.25 cents per pound.

Alfalfa hay $95-$120; Grass hay $60-$75.

Eggs: A large 76 cents; A medium 69 cents; A small 48 cents.