U.S. Cash Grains-Soy, corn bids steady to up; SRW wheat harvest slow

July 9 (Reuters) – Spot cash basis bids for corn and soybeans were steady to slightly higher at processors and elevators in the U.S. Midwest on Wednesday, while farmers were reluctant sellers as Chicago Board of Trade futures dragged on cash prices, dealers said.

* Farmers interested in selling some soybean crops were not pleased with current cash prices, a dealer in western Iowa said.

* Farmers, some of whom have become accustomed to getting $14 to $15 per bushel for soy, were not willing to sell at current ranges of $12 to $13, the western Iowa dealer said.

* A dealer in northern Ohio said farmers were “shell shocked” at current corn prices and were not interested in selling at those levels.

* The soft red winter wheat harvest was happening slowly due to wet field conditions, a southern Ohio dealer said. Deliveries were also slow as farmers chose to store the grain rather than sell right away, the dealer said.

* The U.S. Department of Agriculture is scheduled to release its monthly crop supply and demand report on Friday at 12 p.m. EDT (1600 GMT).

Basis values are quoted against CBOT futures in cts/bu:
                     CORN                  SOYBEANS           
 CINCINNATI OH          +5  +  Q  UNC       +100   +  Q  UP 5
 BURNS HARBOR IN       -15  +  U  UNC        +45   +  Q  UNC
 DECATUR IN            -15  +  U  UNC                         
 DES MOINES IA                               UNQ         UNC
 LINCOLN NE            -14  +  U  UNC                    
                                                              
 PROCESSORS                                                   
                     CORN                  SOYBEANS           
 DECATUR IL            +20  +  U  UNC       +100   +  Q  UNC
 DECATUR IN                                 +100   +  Q  UNC
 MORRISTOWN IN                              +110   +  Q  UNC
 LAFAYETTE IN                                +90   +  Q  UNC
 CEDAR RAPIDS IA       +24  +  U  UP 6       +85   +  Q  UNC
 COUNCIL BLUFFS IA                           +70   +  Q  UNC
 LINCOLN NE                                  +80   +  Q  UNC
 BLAIR NE               +0  +  U  UNC                         
                                                              
 RIVER TERMINALS                                              
                     CORN                  SOYBEANS           
 TOLEDO OH              -8  +  U  DN 1       +72   +  Q  UNC
 SENECA IL             +13  +  U  UP 3       +90   +  Q  UP 15
 SAVANNA IL             +3  +  U  UP 2        +0   +  N  UP 2
	
DAVENPORT IA +8 + U UP 3 +78 + Q NC ETHANOL PLANTS LINDEN IN +6 + U UNC UNION CITY IN -12 + U UNC ANNAWAN IL +11 + U UP 4 COUNCIL BLUFFS IA -13 + U UNC SRW WHEAT TOLEDO OH +5 + U UNC CINCINNATI OH +5 + U UP 10 DECATUR IN -5 + U UNC BURNS HARBOR IN +0 + U UNC NOTES: 0 = Option price, UNC = Unchanged, UNQ = Unquoted, NC = Not comparable, DP = Delayed Price, N = July, Q = August, U = September --------------------------------------------------------------- LINKS: For U.S. forward basis spreadsheets, please double-click on: - CBOT corn report - CBOT soybean report - CBOT wheat report - U.S. grain barge freight values - U.S. Midwest cash grain PM - U.S. CIF Gulf Grain - U.S. FOB Gulf Grain (Reporting by Meredith Davis in Chicago; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn)

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