Ag stats: June 2020 agricultural prices received report

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Published Sunday, August 2, 2020

UNITED STATES 

June Prices Received Index Up 1.0 Percent 

The June Prices Received Index 2011 Base (Agricultural Production), at 89.2, increased 1.0 percent from May but decreased 4.9 percent from June 2019. At 91.8, the Crop Production Index was down 3.3 percent from last month but up 2.1 percent from the previous year.

The Livestock Production Index, at 86.7, increased 5.0 percent from May, but decreased 11 percent from June last year. Producers received higher prices during June for milk, oranges, broilers, and lettuce but lower prices for hogs, market eggs, cantaloupes, and corn.

In addition to prices, the indexes are influenced by the volume change of commodities producers market. In June, there was increased monthly movement for wheat, hay, peaches, and cantaloupes and decreased marketing of strawberries, oranges, milk, and cattle. 

June Prices Paid Index Up 0.3 Percent 

The June Prices Paid Index for Commodities and Services, Interest, Taxes, and Farm Wage Rates (PPITW), at 109.1, is up 0.3 percent from May 2020 but down 1.2 percent from June 2019.

Higher prices in June for LP gas, feeder cattle, other services, and gasoline more than offset lower prices for feeder pigs, complete feeds, nitrogen, and hay and forages.

Prices Received - Mountain Region States and United States: June 2020 with Comparisons

State

June 2019

May 2020

June 2020

Barley, All 

(dollars per bushel)

(dollars per bushel)

(dollars per bushel)

Colorado 

4.68 

(D) 

5.21 

Montana 

4.21 

3.77 

3.71 

Wyoming 

(D) 

(S) 

(S) 

United States 

4.81 

4.76 

4.57 

Corn 

     

Colorado 

4.05 

3.36 

3.08 

United States 

3.98 

3.20 

3.16 

Wheat, All 

     

Arizona 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

Colorado 

4.37 

4.25 

4.35 

Montana 

4.69 

4.88 

4.66 

United States 

4.81 

4.76 

4.56 

Hay, Alfalfa 

(dollars per ton)

(dollars per ton)

(dollars per ton)

Arizona 

220.00 

190.00 

185.00 

Colorado 

240.00 

230.00 

225.00 

Montana 

150.00 

125.00 

125.00 

New Mexico 

240.00 

225.00 

220.00 

Utah. 

185.00 

170.00 

175.00 

Wyoming 

170.00 

175.00 

180.00 

United States 

193.00 

179.00 

179.00 

Hay, Other 

     

Arizona 

200.00 

185.00 

185.00 

Colorado 

230.00 

235.00 

230.00 

Montana 

140.00 

130.00 

130.00 

New Mexico 

170.00 

170.00 

170.00 

Utah. 

150.00 

125.00 

115.00 

Wyoming 

140.00 

145.00 

145.00 

United States 

146.00 

131.00 

128.00 

Milk, All 

(dollars per hundredweight)

(dollars per hundredweight)

(dollars per hundredweight)

Arizona 

17.80 

12.60 

15.60 

Colorado 

18.30 

14.50 

15.10 

New Mexico 

16.60 

11.60 

16.50 

Utah. 

17.90 

13.80 

17.10 

United States 

18.10 

13.60 

18.10 

 (D) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual operations. 

 (S) Insufficient number of reports to establish an estimate. 

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