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.






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Hoffman is still dumping dry corn at terminal after incident over weekend. Please call ahead on soybean dumping. Phones are working if you need to call. 320-986-2007 Thank You. 

Harren Bin Site & Parkers Prairie Hours

Mon-Fri 8AM-4:45PM

** Please NO Grain Bank corn at the Harren Bin Site**

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Quotes are delayed, as of March 30, 2023, 10:13:35 PM CDT or prior.

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Ag Market Commentary

Cotton Futures Rally on Thursday
Ahead of the Prospective Plantings report the cotton market rallied 56 to 89 points. December futures stayed in a 131 point range for the day. Weekly cotton bookings were reported at 281,281 RBs for the week that ended 3/23. That was down from 310k last week but was 20% above...
Lean Hogs Firm Up for Close
Hog futures ended the day with 32 to 77 cent gains across most of the nearby contracts. April was still down by 32 cents at the bell. The June contract saw a $1.50 range for the day from -$0.31 to +$1.19. The National Average Afternoon Base Hog price for Thursday...
Cattle Close Near Thursday’s Highs
Front month cattle futures ended the session near their highs on 72c to $1.72 gains for the day. April and December cattle futures set new life of contract highs on Thursday. USDA confirmed 50k head of cash cattle trade on Thursday, with prices from $165 to $172. The bulk of...
SRW Wheat Falls on Thursday
The hard red wheat futures stayed in the black on Thursday with a penny gain for HRW and 1 3/4 to 5 3/4 cent gains for HRS. Chicago futures on the other hand fell double digits before USDA’s report day, going home 1.2% to 1.8% in the red. Turkey officially...
Soy Futures Close Mixed
The pre-report day trading ended with a mixed close in soybeans. Old crop was down 1 3/4 to 3 3/4 cents at the bell, while most new crop futures were up by a penny. Soymeal prices were $1.10 to $1.70 higher at the close. BO prices closed near their lows...
Red Close for Corn Futures
The day ahead of the USDA reports left corn futures a penny to 4 cents in the red. May ended the 6 3/4 cent range session just 1 1/2 cents off its low, while Dec corn closed its 5 1/2 cent ranged day just 1/2 of a cent off the...


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