Notice all inqires on Fertilizer Spreading and Chemical Spraying, need to contact Jeff Fitzwater 419-439-3815 or call 419-653-4132:


 Seed sales for NK and Pioneer should contact  Marty at North Creek:















Farmers Elevator is a 4R Certified company. For your fertilizer needs contact Gary, Cory or Ryan at 419-653-4132.

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Herbicide Program

The Farmers Elevator has Pre & Post Emerge Herbicide Programs and Fungicide & Insecticide Programs for Wheat, Corn and Beans.

If you are interested in any programs, please contact Roger or Jeff  @ the Pleasant Bend office, 419-653-4132.


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New Bavaria, Ohio (43548)

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Cattle -

Live cattle futures settled the Thursday session with weakness in the front months. Nearby Feb was $1.30 lower, with deferred contracts slightly

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures posted strong 70 cent to $1.65 gains on Thursday. The CME Lean Hog Index on February 20 was $70.78, down 63 cents from the previous

Cotton -

Cotton futures were mixed on Thursday, with nearby March 163 points higher on thin trade. Deferred contracts were mostly steady to 92 points lower.

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed the day with steady to penny gains on Wednesday. The USDA announced a private export sale of 130,000 MT of 17/18 corn to unknown

Soybeans -

Soybean futures ended the day with losses of 1 to 2 1/2 cents in most contracts. Soy meal futures were down $1.10/ton, with nearby soy oil 3 points

Wheat -

Wheat futures finished the day with most CBT and KC contracts 4 to 6 cents higher, as MPLS was up 1-3 cents. Analysts are expecting the USDA's

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