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

Due to river market delivery delays, most of our locations a closeto full or full on soybeans, please call. thanks .

 

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 may/june 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 $3.99 and new crop soybeans are $9.03 as of 6/12/19

 

   

 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

 

   

 

 


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Futures


Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on June 18, 2019, 10:46:15 PM CDT

Weather


Local Weather
Brandon, Minnesota (56315)

Current Conditions Clear
Temperature 65°F
Dew Point 51°F
Pressure 29.93 in. Hg
Humidity 61%
Wind 3 mph
From North


Forecast


Ag Market Commentary


Cattle Close Mostly Higher on Tuesday
Live cattle futures settled Tuesday with most back months 35 to 90 cents higher and the nearby contracts steady to a few ticks lower. Feeder cattle futures got some help with the weakness in corn, up 32.5 cents to $1.05. The CME feeder cattle index w...
Soybeans Hold Gains, Weighted by Grain Complex
Soybean futures closed Tuesday with most contracts fractionally to 2 cents higher. Forecasts for heavy rainfall totals in most of the Corn Belt (especially the ECB), with 23% of the crop left to be planted supported the market. Losses in corn and whe...
Hogs Mixed at Tuesdays Close
Lean Hog futures were mixed on Tuesday, with nearby contracts 17.5 cents to $1.575 lower and deferred contracts higher. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 19 cents from the previous day @ $79.27 on June 14. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was down $1...
Ag Market Commentary
Corn futures ended the Turnaround Tuesday session with 4 to 6 cent losses in most nearby contracts. Profit taking after hitting a 5-year high on Monday weighted on the market. Some pressure also came from weakness wheat, as the nearby KC wheat-corn s...
Wheat Posts Losses on Tuesday
Wheat futures saw 3 to 10 1/4 cent losses in most contracts on Tuesday, pressured by profit taking. The weekly Crop Progress update showed the winter wheat harvest in KS at just 1% (12% avg), with OK 40% back of normal at 16% harvested. Heavy rains f...
Corn Sees Pressure on Turnaround Tuesday
Corn futures ended the Turnaround Tuesday session with 4 to 6 cent losses in most nearby contracts. Profit taking after hitting a 5-year high on Monday weighted on the market. Some pressure also came from weakness wheat, as the nearby KC wheat-corn s...

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