North Dakota farmers receive US$8.10/bushel for spring wheat in September, down 6 cents from August, USDA says; soybean bushels drop 30 cents to US$12.50; corn down 6 cents to US$6.30/bushel

Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers

Sep 29, 2011 – Associated Press

BISMARCK, North Dakota , September 29, 2011 () – North Dakota farmers received less money for their crops in September compared to last month.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says farmers on average received $8.10 per bushel for spring wheat in September. This is a decrease of 6 cents from August.

Soybean bushels were down 30 cents on average to $12.50 for the month.

The price of corn also decreased from August to September. It fell 6 cents to $6.30 per bushel.

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