National organic grain and feedstuffs bi-weekly weighted average report for period ending April 26. The report contains information from the upper Midwest, the eastern Corn Belt and other areas.

Prices for most reported grains are mostly steady this week. Organic feed corn and organic feed soybean prices are slightly higher when compared to the last few weeks.

Lingering cold and wet weather throughout the Midwest has delayed most scheduled planting so far this spring. Market activity is moderate for organic corn and organic soybeans and usually slow for other reported grains. Demand for organic corn and organic soybeans is moderate to good while demand for most other reported grains is light to moderate.

Prices quoted $ per bushel, except soybean meal ($ per ton and FOB the mill) and roasted soybeans, $ per ton. Hay reported FOB the stack or barn unless otherwise noted. Soybean oil, sunflowers, spelt, cents per pound.

Organic feed grade corn, $10.30 to $12.50 per bushel. The weighted average price is $11.76, up 7 cents from two weeks ago. The price a year ago, $13.21.

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Organic food grade soybeans, $28 to $30.16. The weighted average price is $29.17, down 19 cents from two weeks ago. The price a year ago, $28.91.

Organic feed grade soybeans, $25 to $26.50. The weighted average price is $25.70, up 32 cents from two weeks ago. The price a year ago, $25.55.

Organic soybean meal, $1,090 to $1,129. The weighted average price is $1,109,50, down $2.77 from two weeks ago. The price a year ago, $1,115.

Organic feed grade oats, $7.25 to $7.35. The weighted average price is $7.33, up 8 cents from two weeks ago. The price a year ago, $6.20.

Organic feed grade barley, $9.36 to $10.40. The weighted average price is $9.41, down 49 cents from two weeks ago.

Organic alfalfa, Supreme, large square bales, Washington, $265. Premium, small squares, Washington, $225.

Monthly Prices for March 2014:Feed grade yellow corn, $11.04; food grade soybeans, $28.60; feed grade soybeans, $24.79; soybean meal, $1,075.19; soybean oil, $0.55; feed grade oats, $6.44.