We will be open Thursday-Saturday from 7:00 am-7:00 pm, Sunday we will be open from 10:00 am-5:00pm.
Reminder that if you have a tractor with double wagon we will need a sample for both wagon and if you are in a truck we will take a sample from the front and back. Watch for us to tell you when to pull ahead. The pit location will be displayed on the digital scale readout.
Here is a map of the bin dumps. Please remember to pull on the scale from the East side even when weighing back empty. Thanks
If you need any name cards for your truck/tractor please stop in the office.
To better serve our patrons, you can now sign up for FARMERDATA account with Remsen Farmers Coop to access your account.
|6 South Washington St.
PO Box 260
Remsen, IA 51050
Mon. thru Fri. 7:30am-4:30pm
Remsen, Iowa (51050)
- Soy Closes Firm
- Bean prices pulled back some in the afternoon and ended the session fractionally to 3 3/4 cents higher. Meal futures were UNCH to $1.30 higher at the bell – with Dec closing $317.90/ton. BO prices gained 54 to 73 points in the front months after another strong showing by palm...
- Corn Gains on Monday
- At the bell, corn futures were 4 3/4 to 7 cents higher. For December corn, that was the third consecutive gainer for a net bounce of 20 1/2 cents. USDA Weekly Export Inspections showed 976,218 MT of corn was shipped during the week of 10/14. That was up from 842k...
- Mixed Close for Cotton
- Monday’s wide ranged session concluded with mixed prices. Front month futures were down 5 to 29 points at the bell, while the other nearbys gained 10 to 19 points. Crop Progress data from NASS showed 86% of cotton bolls were opened as of 10/17. That compares to 88% on average....
- Hog Market Bounced Back on Monday
- Lean hog prices closed higher after gaining back between 45 and 97 cents. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base hog price was $67.24 down by 9 cents. CME’s Lean Hog Index was $87.59 on 10/14, down by another $1.13. China reported bringing in 210k MT of pork in September, which was...
- Wheats Close Mixed on Monday
- Front month wheat markets closed mixed on spread adjusting. Winter wheats were in the black while MPLS ended lower. Losses in HRS were limited to 2 1/4 cents, with a 1 1/2 cent gain for Sep ’22. Winter wheat futures added between 1 3/4 and 5 1/4 cents on the...
- Red Start for Cattle
- The week’s live cattle trading began with Monday losses. Futures ended the day down 35 to 55 cents in the front months. There were no cash sales announced for Monday, though USDA confirmed most cash sales last week were near $124 and $196 for dressed. Feeder cattle losses reached $2.07...
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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.