On Farm Cash Bids

As you may have noticed, we have removed our FOB farm bids from the website. We do have a variety of bids available, but are working to provide these bids in a format that will serve you better. At this moment we feel we can provide the most competitive, up-to-date pricing by talking to our customers directly, rather than projecting an indication of price via the website. Please call, text or email for pricing in the interim as we work to develop the next communication method. 

Today's Cash Bids
Name Delivery Start Delivery End Basis Month Futures Change Futures Price Basis Cash Price
Corn
Corn - On Farm P/U - call for bids - 888-424-9871
Corn - Delivered Aylmer/London - Call for bids - 888-424-9871
Soybeans
Soft Red Winter Wheat
Soft Red Wheat - On Farm Pick-up

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Quotes retrieved on January 28, 2020, 01:11:13 AM CST
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
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Brugler Commentary
Wheat Mixed to Lower on Monday -

Wheat was mixed today. Chicago SRW futures closed with the biggest drops, as futures were 3/4 to 2 1/4 cents lower on Monday. KC HRW futures were

Lean Hogs Drop Limits -

Lean hog futures closed with limit losses in the April and May futures, and the hog market will trade with expanded limits on Tuesday. The CME Lean

Limit Losses in Cattle Market. -

Live cattle futures dropped on Monday by full limits in April and June, the Feb futures also closed minus $2.60. The USDA COF report was seen as

Cotton Mixed to Mostly Lower on Monday -

Cotton came out of the weekend with losses, front month futures were down 26 to 71 points. The March futures came back from midday lows closing with

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed with losses of 3 to 6 3/4 cents in the front months. In general, spec types were going to cash and defensive instruments like

Corn Futures Start Week Down -

Corn futures closed with losses of 3 to 6 3/4 cents in the front months. In general, spec types were going to cash and defensive instruments like

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