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Hull, Iowa (51239)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 48°F Dew point: 46°F
Humidity: 93% Pressure: 29.61 in. Hg
Wind: 8 mph From: Southeast

Forecast

Friday

Hi: 56°
Lo: 43°
Saturday

Hi: 51°
Lo: 36°
Sunday

Hi: 61°
Lo: 37°
Monday

Hi: 65°
Lo: 41°
Tuesday

Hi: 67°
Lo: 43°

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Futures
Quotes retrieved on April 24, 2015, 11:11:36 PM CDT
Brownfield News

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Announcements
  •  Help Needed
    • Part Time Help - Looking for help from 9:00 to 3:00 in the Cenex Shop.  Contact Brad Nielsen 439-1140 for more information.
    • Full Time Help - Looking for an additional full time feed truck driver. Contact Ken Nielsen 439-2831 for more information.
  •  Sweet Corn
    • Roundup Ready Sweetcorn is available in 2,500 seed count bags for $43.00
    • Must have Monsanto Technology Agreement in order to purchase
    • Contact Evan Wielenga for more information
  • Corn Margin
    • Outbound corn has a 13 cent margin over the inbound bid.
  • 2014 Grain Policy
    • Read the full 2014 Grain Policy here .
  • Free Price Later
    • We will be offering Free Price Later on corn and soybeans beginning January 5.  Free Price Later grain must be priced before August 13 per our grain policy using the nearby cash grain bid only at the time of pricing.  

 

 

Hull Co-op Cash Bids
Name Delivery Start Cash Price Futures Change Basis Basis Month
Corn
Oats
Soybeans

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Quotes retrieved on April 24, 2015, 11:11:36 PM CDT
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Brugler AG Market Commentary
Cotton -

Cotton futures closed strongly higher again after a surprisingly robust export sales report on Thursday, and with support added by a sharply lower

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed modestly higher, with May up only a few cents but June up $1.125. The CME Lean Hog Index rose 8 cents to $65.18 as of April

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures finished the day off 6-7 cents, and May posted a loss of more than 15 cents on the week.  Soils fit to plant corn showed up in

Soybeans -

Soybean futures fell about 9 cents but on a weekly basis, the May contract was virtually unchanged. The Argentine Ag Ministry raised projected

Corn -

Corn futures finished the day off 6-7 cents, and May posted a loss of more than 15 cents on the week.  Soils fit to plant corn showed up in

Cattle -

Cattle futures extended their rally and finished the day with strong gains.  Feeders also saw robust increases. The nearby live cattle

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