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Due rapidly changing markets we will not trade unless the markets are open.  We will be glad to put in "open orders" anytime.  Please feel free to call the office for assistance at 806-935-6440.

Harvest is Underway!! - Basis May Be Changing Rapidly - So Call us for Up to the Minute Basis Bids!! - We will be FAIR and COMPETITIVE - and value ALL of our Customers - both BIG and SMALL OPERATIORS - Each of YOU MATTER - NO MATTER how much you FARM!!!  I AM AVAILABLE -  to discuss your specific marketing needs - Feel Free to call me (Delana Hays) at 922-3196 -- after hours if necessary to discuss YOUR specific Marketing Needs!

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Quotes retrieved on February 26, 2015, 11:56:05 PM CST
Local Weather

Dumas, Texas (79029)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 22°F Dew point: 5°F
Humidity: 47% Pressure: 30.34 in. Hg
Wind: 13 mph From: Northeast



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Wheat -

Wheat futures closed mostly higher on the day, and March CBT wheat gained more than a nickel, but Kansas City and Minneapolis each lost about a

Soybeans -

Soybean futures surged to a seven-week high for the March contract, and closed with double digit gains, partially because of end-of-month buying by

Cattle -

Live cattle futures closed almost $3 higher while most feeder cattle contracts posted even larger gains. The CME feeder cattle index reported for

Corn -

Corn futures closed almost a nickel higher, despite export sales that fell slightly short of the trade expectations, and a sharply higher US Dollar

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed down by more than $2.17 in April and $2.60 in May, while June held on better with a loss of just $1.35. The latest CME Lean

Cotton -

Cotton futures closed about a third of a cent lower at midday, perhaps pressured by the soaring dollar, which was up more than a 1000 points, at

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