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Hull, Iowa (51239)

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  • Friday, Oct 9 grain recieving until 7:30PM
  • Saturday, Oct 10 grain recieving 7AM - 7PM
  • Harvest Facts
    • 1,326 loads of soybeans from Sep 16 - Oct 3
    • 9 minutes - average time from pulling on the scale full to leaving the scale empty
    • On our busiest soybean harvest day - 245 loads delivered Sep 30 for nearly 180,000 bushels  
  • Feed Order Days
    • The Hull Coop would like to encourage smaller orders of feed (1-5 ton loads) to be made Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week. This will allow the feed mills to be more efficient on Mondays and Fridays with larger loads. Thanks for your cooperation.
  • Corn Margin
    • Outbound corn has a 13 cent margin over the inbound bid.
  • 2015 Grain Policy
    • Drying rates are down to 3.5 cents per point.
    • Read the full 2015 Grain Policy here.




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Brugler AG Market Commentary
Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures lost 8.5 cents in the December 2015 contract following the release of the monthly USDA reports.  USDA put 2015/16 US

Cotton -

Cotton futures ended the session slightly lower on the day, but December was up 147 points (or 2.39%) on the week; helped by nearly a 1% decline in

Lean Hogs -

Hog futures are were down 2.5 to 17.5 cents on the session. The CME Lean Hog Index for 10/7 was 46 cents higher to $74.75. Slaughter weights were

Cattle -

Live cattle futures were 40 cents lower to as much as 60 cents higher on the close today. Feeders posted solid gains from 67.5 cents to $1.10 today,

Wheat -

Wheat futures ended the day 1 to 3 1/4 cents lower than yesterday.  The front months were mixed on the week from 4 cents lower for CBT to 2

Soybeans -

Soybean futures ended the day 4.5 cents higher, and Oct bean meal was up $3.10 following release of the monthly USDA reports. NASS cut the acreage

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