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Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.

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National slaughter and feeder cattle report
Demand remains very good for popular weight of steer calves weighing from 450-650 lbs. Most steer calves under 550 lbs. are selling near or over $3/lb. level, especially those under 500 lbs.
National wool and sheep report
Light slaughter lambs were steady to $20 higher; heavy slaughter lambs were steady to $2 lower.
Western hay prices
Trade very slow for domestic and export markets in the Columbia Basin.
Western grain markets
Bids for U.S. 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during March for ordinary protein were steady to 4.75 cents per bushel higher from $6.25 to 6.52, mostly $6.3850.
California shell egg report
Demand ranges from light to fairly good and best in areas with ads in place.
Idaho fertilizer plant project still on track
Idaho fertilizer plant project still on track
Cost estimates of a fertilizer plant planned for Idaho's Power County have come down, thanks in part to lower fuel prices.
Amy’s Kitchen recalls products over possible listeria risk
Amy's Kitchen has recalled numerous prepared products based on a possible presence of listeria in organic spinach used in those products.
Canadian government approves GM apples
Two Canadian agencies have approved genetically modified apples that were developed in British Columbia. They have also been approved in the U.S.
Electric ATV plays many roles, including robotic farm dog
Electric ATV plays many roles, including robotic farm dog
The developer of an electric ATV designed for vineyards and orchards use calls it a classic Oregon story. "We're pioneers," she says. "We're early adopters."
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.