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

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Futures


Market Snapshot
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Weather


Local Weather
Brandon, Minnesota (56315)

Current Conditions Clear
Temperature 62°F
Dew Point 38°F
Pressure 29.76 in. Hg
Humidity 41%
Wind 3 mph
From Northwest


Forecast


Ag Market Commentary


Cattle Market Posted Sharp Losses on Wednesday
Live cattle futures saw $1.55 to $2.775 losses in most contracts on Wednesday. Feeder cattle futures were down $2.775 to $3.10 in the 2019 contracts. The CME feeder cattle index was down 6 cents to $145.78 on April 23. Wholesale boxed beef prices wer...
Corn Lower on Weakness in Ethanol and Wheat
Corn futures closed the day with most contracts 2 to 4 1/2 cents lower. The ethanol market is weaker, following a slight uptick in stocks. Weakness in wheat also dragged on corn. This morning’s EIA report showed ethanol production in the week o...
Lean Hogs Higher in the Front Months
Lean Hog futures were 40 cents to $1.35 higher in the nearby contracts on Wednesday. The CME Lean Hog Index was up another 53 cents from the previous day @ $82.07 on April 22. The USDA pork carcass cutout value was $1.94 lower in the Wednesday aftern...
Soybean Market Pressured by Losses in the Grains
Soybean futures settled with 6 3/4 cent losses in all 2019 contracts on Wednesday. Spillover from the grains pressured the market lower. Meal futures were 60 cents/ton lower, with May soy oil 14 points in negative territory. May options expire on Fri...
Cotton Market Pressured by Stronger Dollar
Cotton futures posted 79 to 80 point losses in the front months on Wednesday. The Dollar index saw continued strength on Wednesday, at its highest point since May 2017. There were 114 deliveries against May on Wednesday. USDA will update their weekly...
Wheat Markets Pressured by Increase in Canadian Acreage
Wheat futures ended the Wednesday session with most contracts 6 to 10 cents lower, following confirmation of higher Canadian acres. Canadian wheat acres are seen at 25.674 million acres for 2019, up 3.8% from last year and above most estimates accord...

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