wheat Price Indexes by State
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The cmdty Wheat Price Index family is a series of volume weighted indexes and price assessments that represent fair value pricing for physical Wheat across the United States. The indexes are calculated on a continuous basis and use a sophisticated – but transparent - weighting process to ensure prices are objective and reflective of underlying market economics.
Calculated at the County, Crop Reporting District, State, Regional, and National level – from prices contributed by over 4,000 grain buying locations – there are over 500 different front-month indexes. With forward curves going out twelve months for each index area there are over 6,000 objective prices for Wheat calculated each day. Historical information is available through to the start of 2014.
Major growing zones are divided among the following regions:
- Eastern – Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin
- Western – Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, N. Dakota, S. Dakota
- Delta – Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee
The indexes are powered by best-in-class grain prices from the cmdty by Barchart product line. Additional prices, including basis values and forward curve information, are available exclusively to subscribers of cmdtyView® - the leading platform for commodity trading – or other data products available through cmdty.
cmdty Wheat Price Indexes
cmdty Insider - Wheat Futures Market News and Commentary
Wheat markets are up for the midday quote, after attempting a Turnaround Tuesday sell off overnight. Chicago prices are 1 3/4 to 4 3/4 cents in the black. HRW futures are up by 6 1/2 to 9 1/4 cents so far. Spring wheat is gaining 5 3/4 to 22 cents led by March contracts. Oats Futures Prices are also higher after attempting a Turnaround Tuesday.
Crop Progress data showed winter wheat planting had reached 80% completion. That was a 10% advance from wk/wk and matches the 5-yr average. NASS also reported emergence above 50%, at 55%, for the 22/23 crop’s first condition scores. As of 10/24, NASS scored the winter wheat crop at 46% good/ex, or a Brugler500 conversion of 325. That compares with 41% last year, or a Brugler500 of 322.
Dec 21 CBOT Wheat is at $7.62 1/4, up 2 3/4 cents,
Cash SRW Wheat is at $7.12 2/3, up 3 cents,
Dec 21 KCBT Wheat is at $7.86, up 8 1/4 cents,
Cash HRW Wheat is at $7.64 1/4, up 8 1/4 cents,
Dec 21 MGEX Wheat is at $10.44 1/2, up 17 1/2 cents,