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Wisconsin's September Commodity Prices

Thursday, November 4th, 2021 -- 10:00 AM


(Wisconsin Ag Connection) The average price received by farmers for corn during September in Wisconsin was $5.83 per bushel.

According to the Wisconsin Ag Connection, that's according to the latest USDA Agricultural Prices report, which stated that was 34-cents below the August price, but $2.57 above September 2020.

Soybean prices averaged $11.90 per bushel, $2.10 below the August price, but $2.78 more than the same time a year ago. The average price for oats were 22-cent lower for the month at $3.18 per bushel. But that was 83-cents above last September.

All hay prices in Wisconsin averaged $147.00 per ton in September. This was $9.00 below the August price, but unchanged from September 2020. Alfalfa hay prices averaged $160.00, down $12.00 for the month, but $1.00 higher for the year.

And the price of other hay was $110.00 per ton, $3.00 below the August price, but unchanged from last year in September.

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