AGP will be open from 7am to 4pm Friday the 27th and all of next week.
NOTICE: Effective March 28th
Summer Work Schedule Service Center 7:30 – 5:00 Mon-Fri 7:30 – 12:00 Saturdays
All other locations 8:00 – 5:00 Mon-Fri 8:00 – 12:00 Saturdays
Check with your local branch for extended hours during fertilizer, planting & harvest seasons
Tuesday May corn closed strong for the fourth straight higher high and low on weakness in the dollar. Next resistance sits at the 100 and 200-day moving averages at $3.94 ¾ and $3.96 ¼ respectively. This morning corn values continue to chop back and forth as the funds buy their way back to a more neutral position before next week’s report. Prospective plantings are estimated at 88.731mil acres vs. 90.597 mil acres in 2014. Though trade is expecting a friendly report some upside looks priced into the market. May soybeans closed solidly to minimize losses to only a penny. Yield reports are pointing to a huge crop in Brazil as beans are moving at a solid pace right now with no weather delays in the forecast. Harvest is estimated to be 60% complete compared to last year’s pace of 62%. Currently wheat is down 4 at $5.61, Corn is down 1 at $3.92, and soybeans are unchanged at $9.81. The dollar is 300 points lower while crude is up 35 cents.
Showers expected Friday in the southeast U.S., southeastern Plains, northwestern Plains and into the central Prairies. Far northern areas may get some snow. Dry elsewhere. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Grain is purchased during Market hours between 8:30 am -1:10 pm. Grain offers after the close will be placed in the night session which operates from 7:00 pm - 7:45 am. Our Cash Bids on this website are based on an electonic CBOT 15 minute delayed quote and are subject to change without notice. Phone 785-336-6153 or Toll Free 877-336-6153