Crush Margin Falls on Stalled Revenue Streams

Crush Margin Falls on Stalled Revenue Streams

 

Soybean Crush Central Illinois 

The estimated crush margin dropped over nine percent this week as revenue streams failed to move higher to offset an increase in soybean cost.  The value received from oil and meal sales per bushel of soybeans crushed held steady at $11.22 per bushel while the price of soybeans moved 14 cents higher to $9.84 per bushel.  The margin fell 9.3 percent steady at $1.38 per bushel, a seven-week low.  

Soybean prices are 13.5 percent above values from a year ago, soybean oil values 17 percent higher, and meal prices are 3.5 above year ago value.  The crush margin is 20 percent below levels seen on September 12, 2019. 

The US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) July crush data was in line with expectations from the data previously released by the National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA).  Per the USDA, 184.5 million bushels of beans…

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