FARGO, N.D. (AP) _ The U.S. Agriculture Department says spring wheat prices for January are averaging $8.05 per bushel, a decrease of 34 cents from the previous month.
The North Dakota office of the National Agriculture Statistics Service says Durum wheat prices dropped 10 cents per bushel to $8.16, and winter wheat is down 42 cents to $7.75 per bushel.
The preliminary January feed barley price, at $5.80 per bushel, is up 14 cents from last month, and the malting barley price, at $6.35, is down 17 cents from last month.
The Ag Department says preliminary January all sunflowers price, at $25.30 per hundredweight, is down 80 cents from last month. Canola and soybeans are each down 30 cents per bushel.