Agriculture prices continue to rise for Kansas farmers, according to the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture price summary.
As of mid-October, an index of all agriculture prices for Kansas was up 10 percent from September, and 30 percent from this time in 2009.
An index of all crops show crop prices are up 7.1 percent from September and 35 percent over October 2009.
The index of livestock prices was down 2 percent from September, but was 16.5 percent ahead of last October.
For individuals products:
Wheat: $6.17 per bushel, unchanged from September but $1.96 above last October.
Corn: $4.87 per bushel, up 78 cents from September and $1.36 above last October.
Grain Sorghum: $8.60 per hundredweight, up $1.44 from September and $3.31 above last October.
Soybeans: $10.70 per bushel, up 88 cents from September and $1.59 above last October.
Hay: $102 per ton, down $1 from September but $5 higher than last year.
Beef cattle: $97.50 per hundredweight, down $1.60 from September but $12.70 above last October.
Hogs: $52.90 per hundredweight, down $3.90 from September but up $19.70 from last October.