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This is the Sunflower Market News for 7/23/2021

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Sunflowers are priced per hundred weight (CWT).

NuSun Prices

Location July Change August Change New Crop 2021 Change
West Fargo ND 29.40 unch 28.25 unch 27.75 Cash unch
Enderlin ND 29.50 unch 28.30 unch 27.80 Cash/27.30 AOG unch
Prices recorded here are believed to be reliable at the time of posting. All prices are subject to change. Contact these facilities for complete market details.

 
 

High Oleic Prices

Location July Change August Change New Crop 2021 Change
West Fargo ND 29.40 unch 28.25 unch 28.25 Cash unch
Enderlin ND 29.50 unch 28.30 unch 28.30 Cash/27.80 AOG unch
Hebron ND NQ unch NQ unch 26.90 Cash unch  
Pingree ND NQ unch NQ unch 27.70 Cash unch
Lamar CO 27.00 unch 27.00 unch 27.00 AOG unch

 

CBoT

  Trading Range Nearby Close Change
Soybean Oil +.66 to +1.49 65.66 +.66
Soybean Meal -8.10 to -10.00 353.60 -9.60
Market Comments

The sunflower market established new market highs for old and new crop this week adding 10 to 25 cents. Nearby prices are trading in range of $29.40-$29.50 in the Dakotas. New crop NuSun is priced at $27.30-$27.80 with high oleic at $27.80-$28.30 at the North Dakota crush plants. In the High Plains, nearby and new crop high oleics were unchanged. Birdfood is trading in a range of $28-$30 in the Dakotas. Sunflower trading continues to be influenced to a greater extent by crop conditions and development progress. Sunflowers are mostly in the late bud stage or blooming in the Dakotas and Minnesota. In Texas, planting has wrapped up and harvest is on-going making good progress. Traders are closely watching weather conditions for the Dakotas and Minnesota. Severe to exceptional drought conditions are prevalent throughout the area and it is looking like not much will change through the end of July, with the Dakotas and Minnesota heavily favored for above average temperatures and below normal precipitation. At this time, it is unknown how this might impact sunflower production. Currently, the majority of the crop is in fair to excellent condition. Mid-August through September is the critical time frame for sunflowers. The ongoing drought conditions and production uncertainty should keep old and new crop prices trending to the upside as birdfood and crushers compete for remaining old crop seed stocks to cover near term needs.

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