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Quotes are delayed, as of June 02, 2023, 07:17:50 AM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
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  •        We will now accept ROUND UP READY 2 EXTEND SOYBEANS. They have been approved for exports. 
  •  In order to serve your needs better, please take advantage of our new text messaging alerts.
  • You can choose to receive futures open, mid-day, and closing CBOT prices along with our closing cash bids.
  • We will also send out alerts on closings and harvest hours.
  • Just click on the link above, or call the office and we will get you signed up.
Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of June 02, 2023, 07:17:50 AM CDT or prior.
Cotton Futures Mostly Fading -

July prices are up by 1 point so far, though the other contracts are down by 14 to 47 points. Front month cotton futures ended the Thursday session

Hogs Up Net $7 for the Week -

Most of the lean hog market slid back on Thursday, but the June contract ended the session with a 97 cent gain. The other front months backed off by

Futures to See Beef Export Demand -

Cattle futures printed a strong Thursday session with the June contract leading the way. June fats were up nearly $6 at the close, and filled

Firm Wheat Market into Friday -

AM wheat quotes are back to near UNCH after a 10c overnight range from +/-5 (July SRW). Wheat futures were up 0.9% to 2.8% across the domestic

Soy Futures Fading into Friday’s Day Session -

Soybeans are starting Friday’s day trade with a penny to 6 1/4 cent weakness. For the week, Nov beans are at a 23 1/4 cent loss. Meal is down 1%

AM corn Fading a Nickel -

After the July’s 9 3/4 cent weakness, the AM corn board is working 4-5 cents in the red so far. Corn was working higher on Thursday, but faded in

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