Local Grains

Last Updated December 12, 2017 8:16 AM*
Corn Old Crop New Crop
Location
Pro Coop, Pocahontas -.52 -.55
Lakota Ethanol - GPRE, Lakota -.43 -.50
CFE, George IA -.51 -.51
Green Plains Renewable, Superior -.42 -.45
Stateline Co-op, Halfa -.34 -.46
Don's Farm Supply, Newell -.34 -.35
Poet Bio Refining, Emmetsburg -.36 -.38
Max Yield, Fostoria -.54 -.55
Max Yield, Mallard -.54 -.55
Max Yield, Kerber -.35 -.45
Ag Partners, Hartley -.53 -.49
Ag Partners, Emmetsburg -.54 -.56
Ag Partners, Fonda -.48 -.52
WFS Co-op, Dolliver -.55 -.58
WFS Co-op, Welcome -.48 -.52
WFS Co-op, Corn Plus -.40 -.45
Cargill, Fairmont -.48 -.36
First Co-op, Laurens -.50 -.52
Meadowland Co-op, Lamberton,MN -.53 -.60
New Co-op, Palmer -.43 -.45
New Co-op, Pomeroy -.38 -.45
New Fashion Pork, Estherville -.40 -.35
Valero, Albert City -.24 -.30
Valero, Hartley -.41 -.35
Valero, Welcome -.40 -.36
New Vision, Wilmont -.55 -.55
Murphy Brown, Algona -.33 -.48

Soybeans Old Crop New Crop
Location
Pro Coop, Pocahontas -.80 -.80
Don's Farm Supply, Newell -.78 -.85
Stateline Co-op, Halfa -.78 -.88
Meadowland Co-op, Lamberton,MN -.80 -.80
CHS, Fairmont -.40 -.55
CFE, George IA -.80 -.90
First Co-op, Laurens -.80 -.80
Max Yield, Fostoria -.82 -.86
Max Yield, Mallard -.82 -.86
Ag Partners, Emmetsburg -.82 -.82
Ag Partners, Hartley -.82 -.83
WFS Co-op, Dolliver -.68 -.80
WFS Co-op, Welcome -.66 -.80
New Co-op, Palmer -.78 -.85
New Co-op, Pomeroy -.78 -.85
United Farmers, Allendorf, IA -.92 -.90
New Vision, Wilmont -.77 -.85
Andersons Grain, Everly N/A N/A

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Commodity Headlines

U.S. soy processors build new capacity at fastest rate in 20 years

December 11, 2017 9:22 AM

Source:  Reuters

CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. agricultural cooperatives are building new soybean crushing plants at the fastest rate in two decades as farmers in the world’s top producer prepare to sow another record area with soy.

The growth worldwide in the number of consumers with income to spend on pork and chicken has led to a rapid rise in demand for food to raise animals. Crushing …

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