The U.S. Agriculture Department says the preliminary corn price is up 2 cents per bushel from last month.
The South Dakota office of the National Agriculture Statistics Service says the May price is $4.21 per bushel.
Preliminary winter wheat prices are up 36 cents to $7.09 a bushel. Spring wheat, at $7.02 a bushel, decreased 14 cents from April.
The preliminary all sunflower price, at $20.80 per hundredweight, is up 80 cents from last month.
The Ag Department says the price for soybeans, at $14.10 per bushel, is up 40 cents from April.
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