The September 2020 average price received by farmers for corn in Wisconsin was $3.26 per bushel according to the latest USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service – Agricultural Prices report. This was up 24 cents from August but 43 cents below the previous September.
The September soybean price, at $9.12 per bushel, was up 55 cents from August and up 95 cents from the previous September.
The September oat price was $2.35 per bushel, down 15 cents from the August price and 72 cents below September 2019.
All hay prices in Wisconsin averaged $146.00 per ton in September, down $4.00 from August and down $30.00 from September 2019. The alfalfa hay price averaged $159.00 per ton in September, down $5.00 from August and $31.00 below the previous September. The other hay price averaged $110.00, down $2.00 from August and $15.00 below the September 2019 price.
The September average price for milk was $17.70 per cwt, down $1.70 from August and $2.20 below September a year ago. Prices received for milk cows for dairy herd replacement averaged $1,420 per head as of October 1, 2020.