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Harvest Land Co-op is a locally owned agricultural cooperative that offers a broad range of products and services to customers. You do not have to be a co-op member or farmer to use co-op services. For example, our large residential and commercial energy departments supply home heating oils, propane, diesel, gasoline and motor supplies to thousands of area consumers.  We also operate retail gasoline outlets and farm stores. You are always welcome at every Harvest Land Co-op outlet.
 We've been proudly serving west central Ohio and east central Indiana since the 1920's. 
 
 
Harvest Land Co-op Cash Bids
 Notice:  All quotes are for information purposes only.  Errors and omissions expected.  Bids are subject to confirmation.

All bids are subject to change at any time.

Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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Local Weather

Richmond, Indiana (47375)

Current Conditions: Light snow
Temperature: 30°F Dew point: 27°F
Humidity: 88% Pressure: 30.34 in. Hg
Wind: 5 mph From: Southwest

Forecast

Sunday

Hi: 31°
Lo: 15°
Monday

Hi: 29°
Lo: 22°
Tuesday

Hi: 44°
Lo: 27°
Wednesday

Hi: 29°
Lo: 5°
Thursday

Hi: 17°
Lo: 4°

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Commentary
Soybeans -

Soybean futures fizzled after a strong start to the day, but still finished with gains of 4-6 cents on the day. The complex also was the strongest

Corn -

Corn futures maintained the 4 cent gain seen at midday and added a fraction to it, but still ended the week a fraction of a cent lower. The weekly

Wheat -

Wheat futures outshined the other crops today with gains of almost 5 cents to more than 14 cents. On a weekly basis, Chicago was up 7.2 cents and

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures maintained the 4 cent gain seen at midday and added a fraction to it, but still ended the week a fraction of a cent lower. The weekly

Cattle -

February live cattle futures ended the day with a loss of more than $3 as they went into expiration, but the new lead month rallied $1.90 on the

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed 25-60 cents higher today and 7.5 cents over the close last Friday, partly supported by slaughter that fell 0.8% from the

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