OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The state Department of Agriculture reported the following closing prices Friday
U.S. No 1 HARD RED WINTER WHEAT: 8 to 9 cents lower. 7.75-7.99.
Shattuck, Weatherford 7.75, Hobart 7.77, Banner, Clinton, Eldorado, El Reno, Frederick, Geary, Lawton, Okarche, Okeene, Temple, Watonga 7.80, Buffalo, Davis 7.82, Perry, Stillwater 7.86, Alva, Cherokee, Keyes 7.87, Hooker 7.88, Medford 7.89, Ponca City 7.90, Manchester 7.92, Miami 7.99, Gulf 8.90.
MILO: 2 to 5 cents higher. 8.07-9.35.
Eldorado 8.07, Shattuck 8.80, Miami 8.96, Alva, Buffalo 9.00, Manchester 9.05, Medford 9.16, Ponca City 9.21, Weatherford 9.23, Keyes 9.30, Hooker 9.35, Gulf 10.70 1/2.
SOYBEANS: 22 to 25 cents lower. 11.87-12.56.
Hooker 11.87, Alva, Buffalo 11.90, Shattuck 11.95, Medford 12.02, Ponca City 12.04, Stillwater 12.13, Miami 12.56, Gulf 13.74 3/4.
CORN: 5.54-5.79.
Manchester 5.54, Miami 5.56, Keyes 5.59, Ponca City 5.64, Hooker 5.79, Gulf 6.07 1/4.
Grade 41, Leaf 4, Staple 34 Cotton in Southwestern Oklahoma averaged 63.00 cents per pound F.O.B. railcar or truck.
Alfalfa hay, 130.00-150.00. Grass hay, 65.00-85.00.
Eggs: Large 1.23 medium 1.10, small 1.01 cents.