Notice

 

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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Name Notes Basis Cash Price Futures Change
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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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Local Weather

New Bavaria, Ohio (43548)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 5°F Dew point: -1°F
Humidity: 76% Pressure: 30.40 in. Hg
Wind: 5 mph From: Southwest

Forecast

Tuesday

Hi: 15°
Lo: 9°
Wednesday

Hi: 22°
Lo: 13°
Thursday

Hi: 26°
Lo: 20°
Friday

Hi: 33°
Lo: 29°
Saturday

Hi: 43°
Lo: 37°

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Commentary
Soybeans -

Soybean futures saw sharp gains of 10 to 12 cents in most contracts as Jan expired at $9.44. Meal futures were up 20 cents/ton, with nearby soy oil

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures were mixed on Friday, with most front months 12.5 to 60 cents higher and a few deferred contracts lower. The CME Lean Hog Index was

Cotton -

Cotton futures ended the busy Friday session with most contracts lower, as traders were taking profits ahead of the long weekend. The US dollar was

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled Friday with most contracts 2 to 3 cents lower in the face of another record corn yield. A private export sale of 320,000 MT of

Wheat -

Wheat futures posted steep losses on Friday, pressured by larger than expected winter theat acreage and larger 17/18 carryout. This morning’s

Cattle -

Live cattle futures closed the Friday session with 25 to 92.5 cent gains. Feeder cattle futures were a dime to $1.275 higher. The CME feeder cattle

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