Notice

Due to upcoming wheat harvest, June 19th will be the last day of recieving grain at all locations.

 

Effective January 2, 2024

The rate on any old grain on Delayed Price is being reduced to 10 cents/month.  All charges previously incurred will remain.  Any additional charges will be at the 10 cents/month, replacing the 15 cents/month.

 

All locations are at the normal business hours

Monday thru Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm

 

 If you are a Plenish grower, please have a sign in your window notifying the scales that you have plenish beans to dump.  We need to know this before you are sent to the dump.  We have copies of signs available if needed.  Thank you!

 

Employment opportunities available - Custom Applicator (full time) and Office Assistant (Seasonal).  If interested, please contact Max Pennington or Marty Niese at Pleasant Bend, #419-653-4132.  Thank you!

 

 NK and FS InVision Seed Corn and Beans 

 Call Marty & Ryan at North Creek 419-398-2325

 **Fertilizer Spreading and Chemical Spraying contact:

  Pleasant Bend 419-653-4132, Jeff Fitzwater 419-439-3815, Nathan Honeck 419-966-2142

**2023 Worker Protection Standard for R.E.I. -- to view click on the link below...

 2023 WPS Required PPE.pdf

 

 For your fertilizer needs contact Gary, Kyle, Nate or Jeff at 419-653-4132.

Cash Bids
Name Notes Basis Cash Price Futures Change
Wheat
Corn
Soybeans

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Quotes are delayed, as of June 18, 2024, 06:39:04 PM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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 Jeff or Cory  @ the Pleasant Bend office, 419-653-4132.

 

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Local Weather
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Commentary
Soybeans Post Gains on Tuesday -

Soybeans saw some spreading on Tuesday, as old crop contracts were up 10 to 16 ¼ cents and other contracts for new crop up a penny to 4 ¼ cents.

Corn Rallies on Turnaround Tuesday -

Corn futures got a bounce ahead of the midweek holiday, as contracts were anywhere from 1 ¼ to 6 ¼ cents higher at the close. There was some

Cattle Slip Lower on Tuesday -

Live cattle bulls were taking a break ahead of the day off on Wednesday, with contracts down 20 to 75 cents. Cash trade has been quiet to start this

Hogs Closed Mixed on Tuesday -

Lean hog futures were down 30 cents to $1.60 in the front two months on Tuesday, with other contracts up 17 to 95 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index was

Cotton Post Turnaround Tuesday Bounce -

Cotton prices posted 15 to 109 point gains on Tuesday, as futures got a bounce on weaker conditions. Outside factors were helpful, with crude oil up

Wheat Continue Fall Ahead of Day Off -

The wheat complex pushed lower into the close across all three exchanges at on Tuesday. Chicago saw losses of 3 ½ to 9 ½ cents across the board.

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