Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative is a locally owned and controlled business.  Our purpose is to provide farm and urban customers with quality products, marketing, and friendly service at competitive prices that will enhance producer profitability and keep Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative financially strong and growing.

   


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STEWART PETERSON-PRICE PRODUCER

Pro-Ag is looking for interested producers in a program that  would run for the fall of 19 crop year.  The producer turns over a set quantity for  stewart peterson to price, then  they will  then work to price those bushels throughout the next winter/  growing season.  The producer would pay a 7 cent per bu management fee at time of delivery. A simple program you can use to lock in profits.  Call Brandon if interested, 320 524 2285. 

 

Remember,   free pl storage  for all grains ends july 31. You will be charged the pl daily rate  after that.  We will continue to accept free pl in july.

 

Average seasonal contracts for fall corn as of june 28th  is now at $4.04 dollars- futures.

  

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Brandon, Minnesota (56315)

Current Conditions Clear
Temperature 68°F
Dew Point 54°F
Pressure 30.12 in. Hg
Humidity 61%
Wind 5 mph
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Ag Market Commentary


Corn
Corn futures posted fractional to 2 cent gains in most contracts to start the week. Spill over from soybeans and a little short covering helped, but losses in wheat limited those gains. The Monday morning Export Inspections report indicated corn expo...
Ag Market Commentary
Corn futures posted fractional to 2 cent gains in most contracts to start the week. Spill over from soybeans and a little short covering helped, but losses in wheat limited those gains. The Monday morning Export Inspections report indicated corn expo...
Cotton
Cotton futures saw marginal losses on Monday, with nearby contracts 2 to 8 points lower. Crude oil was down a sharp $2.95 on the day, putting a little pressure on cotton. NASS reported that 72% of the US cotton crop was squared as of Sunday, with 31%...
Lean Hogs
Lean hog futures were down 95 cents to $1.60 in most contracts on Monday, with July expiring at $79.75/cwt. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 35 cents on July 12, to $80.91. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was down 45 cents on Monday afternoon at $8...
Cattle
Live cattle futures closed the Monday session with contracts up 55 cents to $1.30. August was up $2.375, after touching limit gains earlier in the day. Feeder cattle futures were 70 cents to $1.65 in the green. The CME feeder cattle index was up 11 c...
Wheat
Wheat futures ended the Monday session with most CBT and KC contracts down 7 to 9 cents, as MPLS was steady to 3 1/2 cents lower. Pressure was from higher than expected yields in some HRW areas and rains forecast for the Northern Plains in the 5-day ...

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