Grid Sampling While sitting in the combine be thinking about which farms need to be grid sampled this fall. It works best to let us know ahead of time, so as soon as you are done havesting we can get out there ASAP.
Midwest Ag Service has some space available to unload corn. Please call us before delivery so we can make sure there will be room for you to get unloaded.
BULK WHEAT SEED MOVED TO CORNING Due to upgrades to the treater and bulk seed facility in Centralia, we have moved bulk wheat seed to Corning. Contact Craig at 785-868-2040 for your bulk wheat seed needs.
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Grain Comments Friday’s USDA Supply & Demand report had negative effects on corn and wheat while soybeans benefitted. Although corn acres, total production, and ‘15/16 carryout were reduced, it wasn’t enough to support the corn market as the December contract closed down 8. The USDA did increase their national corn yield estimate from 167.5 bpa to 168. A similar story was seen in the wheat as ‘15/16 ending stocks dropped 14 million bushels, but wasn’t enough to get the wheat going. It closed down 3 in the nearby, December contract. Soybeans did find a little support from the report. The national yield was left nearly unchanged at 47.2 bpa. That was offset by a reduction in harvested acres by just over 1 million acres. That decreased total production 47 million bushels. Soybeans closed Friday up 4. The effects of the report has spilled over into Monday’s trade as corn and wheat are down a penny each. Soybeans are up a nickel. Outside markets are down as crude oil is down a dollar and the US dollar is down 50+ points. USDA Harvested Acreage (mln ac): Oct USDA/ Avg Est / Sept USDA Corn: 80.664 / 80.826 / 81.101 Beans: 82.429 / 82.914 / 83.549 USDA 2015 Yield (bpa): Oct USDA/ Avg Est / Sept USDA Corn: 168.0 / 167.1 / 167.5 Beans: 47.2 / 47.2 / 47.1 USDA 2015 Production (bln bu): Oct USDA/ Avg Est / Sept USDA Corn: 13.555 / 13.504 / 13.585 Beans: 3.888 / 3.908 / 3.935 USDA 2015/16 Carryout (bln bu): Oct USDA/ Avg Est / Sept USDA Corn: 1.561 / 1.534 / 1.592 Beans: 0.425 / 0.414 / 0.450 Wheat: 0.861 / 0.819 / 0.875 10/12/15
Very light rain showers were noted in the central and northern Midwest Monday afternoon. Otherwise, dry conditions dominated the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the mid-40s in eastern North Dakota, northern Minnesota and the southeastern Prairies to the low 90s in central and southern Texas along with northern Louisiana. Strong northerly winds flattened some unharvested corn in the northern Midwest as well. » More DTN Weather Commentary