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.



Brandon and Garfield have updated their phone #s 

Brandon Agronomy - (320) 391-0600

Brandon Grain - (320) 391-0610

Garfield - (320) 391-0620


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Free Price Later on Soybeans & Wheat, Starting on new Deliveries  1-22-24, Grain storage will start on Aug 1st, 2024 if grain is not priced. Thanks!

Rye cash price is  $ 6.50

Parkers Prairie is unable to receive spring wheat until after fall harvest. 9-14-23

Pro-Ag will not buy grain after 1:15  going forward 12-6-23



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Ag Market Commentary

Cotton Showing Slight Gains on Friday Morning
The cotton market is trading higher to round out the week, with gains of 13 to 63 points this morning. Futures posted 7 to 113 point losses on Thursday. The death spiral liquidation continues for May, down 146 points, as longs get out before deliveries, with rest of the contracts...
Soybeans Higher Following Overnight Trade
Soybeans are trading 3 to 4 cents higher following overnight trade. They pushed lower into Thursday’s close, as contracts settled with losses of 6 ¾ to 15 ¼ cents on the day, led by the nearbys. Soymeal was down 70 cents to $3.0 at the closing bell. Soy Oil was...
Hogs Ready to Round Out the Week
Lean hogs posted mostly weaker action on Thursday, as contracts were down anywhere from a tick to 42 cents with the exception to July, up a nickel. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up 65 cents at $89.78 in the Thursday afternoon report. The CME Lean Hog Index...
Wheat Greening Up On Friday
The wheat markets are trading higher this morning with Chicago and MPLS putting in a joint effort to lead the way, up 5 to 7 cents. KC is steady to 2 cents higher. They put together some buyers on Thursday, as contracts were mostly higher. Chicago was the weakest, with...
Cattle Traders Getting Prepped for CoF Data
Live cattle posted some strength on Thursday, with contracts up anywhere from a nickel to $1.05. Cash action has been quiet so far this week. There have still been no deliveries against April futures. The Central Stockyards Fed Cattle Exchange saw no sales on the 1,376 head listed this morning,...
Corn Starting Friday With A Bounce
Overnight action in the corn market has prices up 3 to 4 cents this morning. Corn was lower on Thursday, with losses of 3 1/2 to 4 ¾ cents at the close. May was 3 ½ cents in the red and back below $4.30, with December settling at $4.60, down...


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