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WI Commodity Prices for November

Riley Hebert

WI Commodity Prices for November

Rural News
1 min
January 4, 2021

The November average price received by farmers for corn in Wisconsin was $3.57 per bushel.

According to the Wisconsin Ag Connection, that's according to the latest USDA Agricultural Prices report, which noted that corn rose 20-cents from October and was a nickel higher than the previous November.

Soybeans averaged $10.40 per bushel, up 95-cents for the month and $2.01 for the year.  Oat prices were down six cents from last month at $2.37 per bushel.

That was also $1.08 lower than November 2019.  All hay prices in Wisconsin averaged $186.00 per ton in November, up $28.00 from October, but down $37.00 compared a year ago.

The alfalfa hay price averaged $196.00 per ton, up $26.00 for the month, but down $36.00 for the year. The other hay price averaged $147.00, $15.00 higher than October, but $39.00 below the November 2019 price.


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Riley Hebert

Riley Hebert is news director for Central Wisconsin Broadcasting.

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