USDA: Corn Prices Inch Up in South Dakota



SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The U.S. Agriculture Department says corn prices in South Dakota inched up in February.

The South Dakota office of the National Agriculture Statistics Service says corn, at $6.87 per bushel, is up 2 cents from last month and up 81 cents from last year.

The preliminary winter wheat price, at $7.66, is down 44 cents from last month but up 97 cents from last February. The spring wheat price, at $7.81, is 28 cents lower than last month and 40 cents lower than last year.

Soybeans are unchanged from last month at $13.90, up $1.90 from last year.

The Ag Department says the preliminary all sunflower price, at $22.60, is down $2 from last month but down $4 from last year.

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