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Hull, Iowa (51239)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 55°F Dew point: 55°F
Humidity: 100% Pressure: 30.06 in. Hg
Wind: 0 mph From:



Hi: 80°
Lo: 62°

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  • Burndown Day Results
    • Average Moisture: 69%
    • Total Samples Tested: 80
    • Corn Silage dries a half point per day on average so continue to monitor your fields and contact us if you need to test another sample
    • Thank you for making this year's burndown day another success!
  • 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.




Hull Co-op Cash Bids
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Quotes retrieved on August 29, 2015, 07:34:26 AM CDT
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Brugler AG Market Commentary
Cattle -

Live cattle futures closed Friday trade with most contracts experiencing triple digit gains for the second day in a row. August live cattle were up

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures finished unchanged in the December contract, but the other months posted losses from 20 to 62.5 cents. October hogs gained 5.4%

Wheat -

Wheat futures settled 4 to 8 cents lower in CHI and KC, and 1 to 4 cents lower in MPLS on Friday.  In each respective September contract,

Corn -

Corn futures closed a sideways trade within 2 cents on either side of unchanged on Friday. September corn was down just 2 cents on the week while

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed the last trading day of the week up 6 to 8 cents, adding to gains from 9 to 16 cents on Thursday. September soybeans slipped

Cotton -

Cotton futures closed lower for the fifth time in six sessions on Friday.  December cotton is down nearly 6% from its recent high on August

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