Kansas farmers saw the all-products price index for May increase one percent over April and jump 12 percent from a year ago.
The state's all-crop index was up 2 percent from April but down 34 percent from May 2009.
Wheat prices in mid-May averaged $3.95 per bushel, down 18 cents from April and $1.90 below a year ago. Corn prices averaged $3.26, unchanged from April but 67 cents below May 2009.
The meat animals index for May was unchanged from April but was 20 percent above last year.
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All beef cattle brought an average of $101 per hundred weight in mid-May, the same as April but $15.20 above a year ago. All hog prices were $58.20 per hundred weight for mid-May, up $4.40 from April and $18.50 above May 2009.
Nationwide, the all-products price index saw a 3 percent jump from April and an 11 percent increase over a year ago.