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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!

 

Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on July 04, 2015, 12:02:49 AM CDT
Local Weather

Dumas, Texas (79029)

Current Conditions: Scattered Clouds
Temperature: 70°F Dew point: 63°F
Humidity: 78% Pressure: 30.07 in. Hg
Wind: 3 mph From:

Forecast

Saturday

Hi: 88°
Lo: 65°
Sunday

Hi: 91°
Lo: 68°
Monday

Hi: 94°
Lo: 68°
Tuesday

Hi: 86°
Lo: 61°
Wednesday

Hi: 81°
Lo: 62°

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Commentary
Wheat -

Wheat futures finished mixed on the day.  CHI wheat was 2 cents down to 5 cents higher (23 cents higher from last week).  KC

Cattle -

Live cattle futures closed mostly higher, with August and October prices gaining 15 and 42 cents, but December losing 2 1/2.  Feeder

Soybeans -

Soybean futures finished the Thursday trade mixed, with prices ranging from 3 cents down to 2 cents higher.  Contracts traded within an

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are heading into the holiday weekend up 4 to 6 cents.  At $4.37 1/4, Dec15 corn marks a new calendar year high. 

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed 30 cents to $1.70 higher on Thursday.  Prices were 4.22% higher, about $3.32, in the hog market from last Friday

Cotton -

Cotton futures finished the weekly trade 27 points higher in both July and October, but 15 and 4 points lower in December and next March. 

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