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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C Corner/Seven Mile Hagerstown Snow Hill
Eldorado Millville Summitville
Emporia Pershing Verona
Geneva   Williams
     
     

 

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Local Weather

Richmond, Indiana (47375)

Current Conditions: Light Drizzle
Temperature: 41°F Dew point: 41°F
Humidity: 100% Pressure: 30.06 in. Hg
Wind: 12 mph From: Southwest

Forecast

Monday

Hi: 46°
Lo: 39°
Tuesday

Hi: 52°
Lo: 30°
Wednesday

Hi: 41°
Lo: 26°
Thursday

Hi: 47°
Lo: 39°
Friday

Hi: 54°
Lo: 33°

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Commentary
Corn -

Corn futures are trading ½ to 1 cent higher this morning. They closed the Friday session with most contracts as much as a penny lower. Open

Cattle -

Live cattle futures finished the Friday session $1.075 to $2.625 higher in the front months on higher cash cattle trade. Feeder cattle futures were

Wheat -

Wheat futures are currently 3 to 4 cents higher in all three markets after closing mixed on Friday. MPLS was the strongest, with gains of 2 1/4 to 3

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are trading ½ to 1 cent higher this morning. They closed the Friday session with most contracts as much as a penny lower. Open

Soybeans -

Soybean futures are mostly 2 to 2 ½ cents higher this morning. They settled Friday with fractional losses in the front months. Preliminary

Cotton -

Cotton futures are starting the week 7 to 21 points lower after they saw gains of 24 to 77 points on Friday. Nearby March was up a stout 3% last

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