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NEW PRODUCTS!!!

  • Wholesomes Dog Food
  • Cat Food
  • Yard Chemicals
  • Turf Dye 
  • Milk Replacer
  • Colostrum for Calves

We can order tires in to fit your needs and have them the next day.

10ft Concrete feed bunks with closed ends- $200/bunk. Arriving 11/15/23

 

 

 


 

Other services provided-

  • Soil sampling/recommendations
  • Oil changes
  • Tire repair/balance
  • pull-behind dry spreaders
  • pull-behind liquid tenders
  • custom application of fertilizer/chemical

Grain Buying Hours: 8:30AM Thru 1:00PM

All Prices Subject To Change Without Notice

Closing bids are relevant to the electronic trading close at 1:15 pm

 
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Commentary
Soybeans Post Gains on Tuesday -

Soybeans saw some spreading on Tuesday, as old crop contracts were up 10 to 16 ¼ cents and other contracts for new crop up a penny to 4 ¼ cents.

Corn Rallies on Turnaround Tuesday -

Corn futures got a bounce ahead of the midweek holiday, as contracts were anywhere from 1 ¼ to 6 ¼ cents higher at the close. There was some

Cattle Slip Lower on Tuesday -

Live cattle bulls were taking a break ahead of the day off on Wednesday, with contracts down 20 to 75 cents. Cash trade has been quiet to start this

Hogs Closed Mixed on Tuesday -

Lean hog futures were down 30 cents to $1.60 in the front two months on Tuesday, with other contracts up 17 to 95 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index was

Cotton Post Turnaround Tuesday Bounce -

Cotton prices posted 15 to 109 point gains on Tuesday, as futures got a bounce on weaker conditions. Outside factors were helpful, with crude oil up

Wheat Continue Fall Ahead of Day Off -

The wheat complex pushed lower into the close across all three exchanges at on Tuesday. Chicago saw losses of 3 ½ to 9 ½ cents across the board.

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