Effective Feb 1st, the dp rate on corn and soybeans has been lowered to
10 cents per month.
PLENISH OIL FOR SALE
We currently have Plenish (High Oleic Soybean) Oil for sale in the Jewell office.
One gallon is $13.50 and a 16-ounce bottle is $5.00.
This oil has 20% less saturated fat than commodity soybean oil and 0g Trans Fat
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
- Cattle Closed Mostly Higher on Wednesday
- Nearby live cattle futures ended the session with 27 to 35 cent gains across the front months. Feb fats and March feeders closed in the red for a mixed day. The other nearby feeders had closed up by a much as $1. USDA reported light $180-$182 cash sales on Friday,...
- Hog Futures Closed Mixed on Wednesday
- Front month lean hog futures ended the session with 30 to 35 cent gains to May, but 5 to 20 cent losses across the other nearbys. That left April at a net 75 cent loss for the week’s move through the first two sessions. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price...
- Cotton Prices Firm Back Up
- After a sharp drop out of the 3-day weekend, nearby cotton futures closed the session with 39 to 154 point gains on Wednesday. That left March with a net weekly loss of 127 points for the first 2 sessions. The March/Dec spread was at 923 points at the close. An...
- Soybeans Dropped Double Digits
- Front month soybean futures were down by double digits on the day ending 11 to 18 ¾ cents weaker. Soymeal futures offered no help with 1.5% losses across the front months. Soy oil futures weakened by another 58 points across the front months. The weekly Export Inspections data from USDA...
- Wheat Faded Tuesday Strength
- The wheat futures market softened on Wednesday with a wobble back move. Chicago SRW futures were down by as much as 2 cents, which was not enough to fully offset Tuesday’s rally. March SRW is at a net 19c gain for the week. KC futures were down by 4 to...
- New Lows for Corn Futures
- Corn ended the Wednesday session with 4 ¾ to 8 ¼ cent losses which pushed the board to new lows for the move and/or new contract lows. March finished at $4.11 per bushel which is now 46 ¼ cents under the Dec contract. While trade talk is negative about pending...