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.

 

 

 

 


Info

Pro-Ag will not be paying interest  on deferred grain payments going forward.

 

Pro-Ag is now offering free dp on all grain delivered in april of 2019.  Must be sold by Aug 1st or pl will accrue at a rate of 5 cnts a mo until sold.  Available at all locations and subject to space availability.

 

For those enrolled in The Average Season Price (ASP) program for new crop corn the price is $3.95 as of 4/17/19

 

   

 WHAT IS HAPPENING AT PRO AG? NEW BIN CONSTRUCTION AT PRO AG GRAIN TERMINAL AT HOFFMAN!!

KEEP WATCHING FOR PROGRESS UPDATES 

 

AUGUST 13 2018 

DUG OUT AND STILL WORKING 2/27/2019

  

 

                                                                                      FEBRAURY 27 2019  

                                                                                               2/27/2019 PROGRESS HAS SLOWED BUT STILL MOVING AHEAD

 

  

  And Health Benefits options

 

   

 

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

CASH BIDS

Bids are subject to change


Futures


Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on April 23, 2019, 03:57:34 AM CDT

Weather


Local Weather
Brandon, Minnesota (56315)

Current Conditions Clear
Temperature 42°F
Dew Point 37°F
Pressure 30.15 in. Hg
Humidity 82%
Wind 3 mph
From West


Forecast


Ag Market Commentary


Ag Market Commentary
Corn futures ended the Monday session with most contracts 3 to 4 cents lower, as the 2019 contracts out to Sept hit contract lows. Losses in the wheat complex pressured the market lower. Weekly data from USDA showed 1.353 MMT of corn shipped in the w...
Cattle Lower After Last Week’s COF Report
Live cattle futures were down 80 cents to $1.10 on Monday, with front month April down a tick. This was fallout from the Cattle on Feed report. Feeder cattle futures were 72.5 cents to $1.425 lower on Monday. The CME feeder cattle index was down 14 ...
Corn Pressured by Wheat on Monday
Corn futures ended the Monday session with most contracts 3 to 4 cents lower, as the 2019 contracts out to Sept hit contract lows. Losses in the wheat complex pressured the market lower. Weekly data from USDA showed 1.353 MMT of corn shipped in the w...
Hogs Lower as ASF Continues to Spread
Lean Hog futures settled with 70 cent to $2.125 losses on Monday. China confirmed ASF cases on Hainan Island, which is more than 200 miles offshore and had been thought to be relatively safe. The CME Lean Hog Index was up another 39 cents from the p...
Soybeans Lower on Monday, Pressured by Weak Exports
Soybean futures saw 3 1/2 to 4 cent losses in the front months on Monday. Meal futures were down 70 cents/ton, with May soy oil 10 points lower. This morning’s Export Inspections report indicated 382,298 MT of soybeans shipped in the week that ...
Cotton Mostly Higher on Monday
Cotton futures were 17 to 22 points lower in most nearby contracts, with nearby May down 12 points. The dollar was weaker today, with crude oil up $1.82/barrel, supporting cotton via synthetics. After the closing bell, USDA showed US cotton acreage a...

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