Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative is a locally owned and controlled business.  Our purpose is to provide farm and rural 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.



Currently Looking for Class A and Class B drivers for the season at our Brandon Agronomy location!









Pro ag

Clarissa is full of corn until June, no new contracts until then.

*Hoffman will be full of corn after 3-4-21 waiting on a train again. Please call the Hoffman office if planning to haul corn* Thank You.

Our Garfield location has a full time opening for a general laborer.  Job description includes grain elevator operations and feed mill operations.  Inquire at 320 834 2271 .


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AUGUST 13 2018 



  June 25 2019 



February 27 2019 





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Market Snapshot
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Local Weather
Brandon, Minnesota (56315)

Current Conditions Sunny
Temperature 27°F
Dew Point 20°F
Pressure 30.30 in. Hg
Humidity 74%
Wind 5 mph
From East


Ag Market Commentary

Cattle Close with Strength
Finished cattle futures ended the Friday session with gains of 40 cents to $1.02. June was the strongest and settled at $118. Cash trade remains mostly at $114, although USDA confirmed a few limited sales from $112-$115 on Friday. Dressed sales for the week were mostly $180, with some as...
Corn Rallies Double Digits on Friday
The board showed 11 1/2 to 15 3/4 cent gains for front month corn futures going into the weekend. New crop futures were 5 3/4 to 7 1/4 cent higher on the day.  The usual suspects were involved, including South American weather fears, ideas USDA will raise the export estimate,...
Late Session Rally for Friday Cotton
After trading with losses in the afternoon, front month cotton futures rallied back and ended the session near the highs up 54 to 62 points. New crop futures also bounced from midday lows and closed 54 points in the black.   Census data showed official January cotton exports were 1.614m...
Wheat Closes Higher on Friday
At the Friday settle, front month wheat futures were in the black. KC HRW futures gained the most with 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 cents. For May that limited the loss to 7 1/2 cents from Friday to Friday. Spring wheat was higher on the week, up 6 1/2 cents...
Hogs Close with Friday Gains
At the close on Friday, lean hog futures were 7 to 70 cents in the black. Save for a 12 cent dip in April that left contracts at $87.17. The CME Lean Hog Index was 64 cents higher on 3/2 to $83.27. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog price was...
Soy Complex Strong at Weeks End
Soybean futures closed the Friday session up 16 3/4 to 19 1/2 cents. The Feb 25 highs are still intact, but May closed at $14.30. New crop contracts closed at $12.92 1/4 for Sept and $12.47 1/4 for November. Soymeal futures recovered from triple digit midday losses and ended the...


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