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The 2013 Test Plot Results are now posted in the newsletter section.  Charts have been updated as of 11-8-2013


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Central Washington Grain Growers, Inc.
Last Updated 7/25/2014 9:55:53 AM
   
Soft White Wheat  
Club Wheat  
Hard Red Winter  
DNS  
Barley - 48# OB  
Highway 2 Rail  
 $6.10   
 $7.10   
 $6.50   
 $7.23   
 $147.00   
Douglas County  
 $6.01   
 $7.01   
 $6.41   
 $7.14   
 $145.00   

These prices are subject to change at any time.
Please call your local CWGG marketing office for firm bids.

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Quotes
Name Exchg
WHEAT (W4U) CBOT
535'4 -2'4 10:06A
WHEAT (W4Z) CBOT
556'0 9'4 1:30P
WHEAT (W5H) CBOT
572'0 8'6 1:30P
WHEAT (W5K) CBOT
584'4 8'0 1:30P
WHEAT (W5N) CBOT
618'6 7'6 1:30P
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT (KW4U) KCBT
631'0 10'6 1:30P
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT (KW4Z) KCBT
634'0 11'0 1:30P
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT (KW5H) KCBT
655'2 10'6 1:30P
HARD RED SPRING WHEAT (@MW4U) MGE
621'4 -6'2 11:12A
HARD RED SPRING WHEAT (@MW4Z) MGE
631'0 -4'0 11:12A
HARD RED SPRING WHEAT (@MW5H) MGE
642'0 -4'4 11:01A
CORN (C4U) CBOT
365'6 2'6 10:31A
CORN (C4Z) CBOT
374'2 2'4 10:57A
CORN (C5H) CBOT
386'6 3'4 9:54A



Local Conditions
Waterville, WA
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Temp: 87oF Feels Like: 87oF
Humid: 18% Dew Pt: 38oF
Barom: 30.01 Wind Dir: N
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 7 mph
Sunrise: 5:31 Sunset: 8:37
As reported at EPHRATA, WA at 9:00 AM
 
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Local Forecast
Waterville, WA

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Lo: 72°F
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DTN Weather Summary
Mostly Dry in Main Crop Areas Monday
Bryce Anderson (Bio)
DTN Meteorologist

Light rain is in store for the southwestern Plains and Texas Panhandle Monday. The rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions will be dry following a weekend of severe storms in the eastern Midwest and Midsouth. » More DTN Weather Commentary

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