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The Economic Research Service (ERS) annually calculates "normalized prices," which smooth out the effects of shortrun seasonal or cyclical variation, for key agricultural inputs and outputs. These normalized prices are used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and other Federal agencies to evaluate the benefits of projects affecting agriculture. Since 1993, ERS has calculated these prices based on 5-year lagged averages of actual market prices (e.g., an average of 2007-2011 market prices is used to calculate 2013 normalized prices). State-level normalized prices for 2013 were calculated by multiplying the national-level normalized prices by the average ratios of the State-level market prices to the national market prices for 2009-2011.

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    Table 1—National-level normalized price estimates for commodities for 2008-2013 Download as Excel 11/12/2013 10/3/2014
    Table 2—National-level normalized indices of market-clearing prices received and paid by farmers, 2009-2013 Download as Excel 11/12/2013 10/3/2014
    Table 3—2013 indices using three base periods (1990-92=100, 1977=100, and 1967=100), so that the data in Table 2 may be converted to a different base year if needed Download as Excel 11/12/2013 10/3/2014
    Table 4—State-level normalized price estimates for commodities, 2013 Download as Excel 11/12/2013 10/3/2014

    Last updated: Tuesday, November 12, 2013

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