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Hull, Iowa (51239)

Current Conditions: Scattered Clouds
Temperature: 27°F Dew point: 21°F
Humidity: 80% Pressure: 29.79 in. Hg
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Forecast

Tuesday

Hi: 27°
Lo: -3°
Wednesday

Hi: 9°
Lo: -8°
Thursday

Hi: 20°
Lo: 16°
Friday

Hi: 38°
Lo: 21°
Saturday

Hi: 39°
Lo: 24°

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Quotes retrieved on March 03, 2015, 02:46:44 AM CST
Brownfield News

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Announcements

 

  •  Help Needed
    • Full Time Position - The Hull Coop is accepting applications for custom applicator and truck driver position.  This is a full-time position. The Hull Coop offers competitive wages, a positive work environment as well as one of the best benefit packages in the area. Contact Evan Wielenga or Ed Westra at 439-2831
    • Seasonal Help - Looking for seasonal help this spring in the Agronomy department. Primary duties would be driving a tender truck.  We can help get a temporary CDL for you.
    • Contact Evan Wielenga (712) 470-2570 for more information.
  •  Grain ACH Payments
    • Farmers interested in recieving grain payments by ACH can fill out the form in this link.  Payment will hit your bank account the day following the sale of grain and settlement sheets can be emailed directly to you. 
    • Contact Cory or Mitch at the main office (712) 439-2831 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 March 03, 2015, 02:46:44 AM CST
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Brugler AG Market Commentary
Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed as they spent the day: down 5-6 cents.  The trade was apparently not impressed by relatively good export movement: The

Cotton -

Cotton futures ended mixed after a mild rally this morning. March and May ended down a fraction of a penny while July and October gained a fraction.

Corn -

Corn futures closed as they spent the day: down 5-6 cents.  The trade was apparently not impressed by relatively good export movement: The

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed sharply lower on the day, with the March contract ending the session down 19.5 cents after it poked out a new high for the

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures finished the day mostly with gains from 17 to 40 cents.  The July hogs were up 45 cents, finishing at $83.62. The Thursday

Cattle -

Live cattle and feeder futures posted solid gains today with more strength in the front couple months.  Feeders were also in the green and

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