On Monday Jan. 4th, we will be opening up No Service Charge Price Later grain to be brought in, subject to storage availibility. Please call before bringing in. Thank you.
Masks are recommended when coming into the Coop if proper social distancing is not available. As always, if you are sick, tested positive for Covid-19 or have any symptoms, please for the safety of our employees, do NOT come into the Coop. Business can be conducted by phone. Thank you.
To better serve our patrons, you can now sign up for FARMERDATA account with Remsen Farmers Coop to access your account.
|6 South Washington St.
PO Box 260
Remsen, IA 51050
Mon. thru Fri. 7:30am-4:30pm
Remsen, Iowa (51050)
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All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
- Wheat Markets Sharply Stronger
- Domestic wheat futures are near the 40 cent/bu limit at midday. CBT futures are 32 1/4 to 35 1/2 cents higher topping $7/bu. KC futures are 35 to 38 cents in the black and working higher. Spring wheat limits are 60 cents/bu, currently futures are 32 1/4 to 34 cents higher....
- Soy Rallying through Midday
- Front month soybean futures are up 32 1/4 to 44 1/4 cents at midday. Old crop futures are stronger than new crop, which has not been unusual this spring. The weekly Export Sales report showed 64,299 MT of old crop soybean sales for the week ending 4/15. That included...
- Triple Digit Losses for Cattle
- The Thursday cattle complex is down triple digits reflecting the limit rally in corn. Fats are down $0.95 to $1.12. Cash sales so far have been $119 - $120 in the South. Northern dressed deals were light, but at $192 on Wednesday. Feeder cattle futures are down $2.57 to $4.40....
- Hogs Mixed at Midday
- Front month lean hog futures are mostly lower during mixed trading through Thursday’s midday, Futures are 2 to 95 cents in the red, to 22 to 45 cents in the black. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Thursday morning was $105.72 after a 75 cent bump. The CME Lean...
- Cotton Prices Gaining
- Partaking in the broad crop rally on Thursday, front month cotton futures are trading 55 to 69 points in the black. Cotton export bookings for the week that ended 4/15 were 145,848 RBs. That was split between 103k RBs for 2020/21 delivery and 42.7k RBs for NMY. China was the...
- Corn Locked Limit Higher
- Old crop corn futures are stuck at the limited 25 cent gain at midday. May options expire tomorrow, as prices are at $6.50 and 1/2 per bushel. New crop prices are 15 3/4 to 20 3/4 cents in the black. USDA’s weekly Export Sales data showed 387,531 MT of old...