After Hour Numbers
|Mike Thompson - General Manager||712-261-1142|
|Rod Nitzschke - Agronomy||712-541-4442|
|Brad Roling - Agronomy||712-577-9772|
|Katlyn Kreisel - Controller||712-441-4003|
|Todd Schroeder - Swine Feed||712-540-6875|
|Ron Wurth - Shop||712-540-5500|
|Nick Galles - Beef Feed||712-540-0098|
|Ryan Johnson - Grain Merchandiser||712-537-7008|
|Mark Sudtelgte - Grain||712-540-5704|
|Hope Brotherson - Feed Sales||712-830-3257|
|Doug Baade - Grain Originator||402-266-1231|
|Matt Lacey - Area Cattle Manager||712-880-5005|
|Beau Ohm - Feed Manager||712-541-0093|
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|6 South Washington St.
PO Box 260
Remsen, IA 51050
Mon. thru Fri. 7:30am-4:30pm
Remsen, Iowa (51050)
- Cattle Pull Back on Tuesday
- Live cattle futures posted their own Turnaround Tuesday, with losses of 17 to 65 cents in most contracts. Cash trade saw a little action at $138 in the south on Tuesday with dressed sales of $226-227 reported in the north. Tuesday’s Fed Cattle Exchange online auction saw 1 lot of...
- Hogs Higher on Tuesday
- Lean hog futures were mixed, with front months up 67 cents to $2.95 and deferred contracts down 32 cents to $1.17. The National Average Base Hog price for Tuesday morning was $111.38 up $9.74 from the day prior. CME’s Lean Hog Index for 5/13 was 42 cents lower to $100.07....
- Soybeans Higher at the Close
- Soybeans turned around from overnight weakness, as contracts closed the Tuesday session with 13 to 21 21 ½ cent gains. Product values were mixed as soybean meal was down $1.80/ton, and bean oil was 50 points in the July contract. USDA pegged soybean planting pace in ND at only 2%...
- Wheat Posts Stronger Trade on Tuesday
- Wheat futures reversed losses from earlier this morning, with most contracts higher at close. CBT wheat was 24 to 30 cents in the front months, with KC rallying another 15 to 16 cents and MPLS up a modest 8 to 11 ¼ cents. Much of the drop to winter wheat...
- Cotton Mixed on Tuesday
- Cotton futures saw weakness in the front months on Tuesday, with contracts down 21 to 219 points. Deferred contracts were up 22 to 107 points on the day. The weekly Crop Progress report tallied planting progress in TX a little slower at 30% complete, lagging the 33% normal pace. GA...
- Corn Post Tuesday Losses
- Corn futures retreated on Turnaround Tuesday, with most contracts down 1 to 8 ¾ cents. The nearbys were down the most, with July leading the way 8 ¾ cents lower, though $8 support held. New Crop December was down 4 ½ cents to $7.60 ¾. The weekly Crop Progress report...
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All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.