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Mike Thompson - General Manager 712-261-1142
Brad Roling-Agronomy 712-577-9772
Rod Nitzschke - Agronomy 712-541-4442
Katlyn Kreisel-Bookkeeper 712-441-4003
Todd Schroeder - Swine Feed 712-540-6875
Ron Wurth - Shop 712-540-5500
Nick Galles - Beef Feed 712-540-0098
Ryan Johnson - Grain Merchandiser 712-537-7008
Mark Sudtelgte - Grain  712-540-5704
 Doug Baade - Grain Originator  402-266-1231
Matt Lacey - Area Cattle Manager 712-880-5005
Beau Ohm - Feed Manager 712-541-0093
Brenda Schroeder-Feed/Bookkeeper 712-870-0025

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Cotton Futures Mostly Fading
July prices are up by 1 point so far, though the other contracts are down by 14 to 47 points. Front month cotton futures ended the Thursday session with 2% to 3.5% gains. July contracts were up the most with a 294 point gain. December futures were also more than...
Hogs Up Net $7 for the Week
Most of the lean hog market slid back on Thursday, but the June contract ended the session with a 97 cent gain. The other front months backed off by as much as $1.82 on the day. Even with the triple digit drop, July futures were still up a net $7.27...
Futures to See Beef Export Demand
Cattle futures printed a strong Thursday session with the June contract leading the way. June fats were up nearly $6 at the close, and filled April’s expiration gap. The other front months were also 1.8% to 2.8% higher after the Thursday rally. The cash market on Thursday saw cattle trade...
Firm Wheat Market into Friday
AM wheat quotes are back to near UNCH after a 10c overnight range from +/-5 (July SRW). Wheat futures were up 0.9% to 2.8% across the domestic classes to start the month of June. For CBT SRW that left the market 16 1/2 to 17 1/2 cents higher. Front month...
Soy Futures Fading into Friday’s Day Session
Soybeans are starting Friday’s day trade with a penny to 6 1/4 cent weakness. For the week, Nov beans are at a 23 1/4 cent loss. Meal is down 1% so far, with 0.5% to 0.7% gains in the BO. Beans settled near their highs on Thursday. At the close...
AM corn Fading a Nickel
After the July’s 9 3/4 cent weakness, the AM corn board is working 4-5 cents in the red so far. Corn was working higher on Thursday, but faded in the afternoon. July corn pushed back above $6 during the 14 1/4 cent range, but ultimately closed near the low for...

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