Choice white grease prices steady to higher

Choice white grease prices steady to higher

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Overall market activity was slow on Thursday March 21. Tallow, max 20% ffa, delivered Gulf, traded down to 41.50 cents per pound (cts/lb). A trade of 36 cts/lb was reported in the Mo. River for choice white grease (CWG). Increased buying interest driven by pockets of tight supply have been supporting CWG prices this week.
 
Ten railcars of distiller’s corn oil (DCO) traded up to 49 cts/lb delivered into the Gulf. Twenty-five trucks of DCO were reported higher at 44.25 cts/lb FOB Nebraska/Kansas. 

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