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 Oberlin, KS 67749-0068  

  Phone: 785-475-2234 or 1-800-886-2293

 
   
    
Grain Market Information  
Because of the volatility in all the grain markets, we are buying grain only when the markets are open and trading, 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Contracting new crop grains requires 1,000 bushel increments for wheat, milo, corn and soybeans.
 

 

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Name Basis Month Delivery End Futures Price Basis Cash Price Futures Change

Quotes retrieved on December 17, 2017, 05:01:47 PM CST
DECATUR COOP ASSN MARKET HOURS

Market hours for buying and selling grain for Decatur Cooperaive Association are Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

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Oberlin, Kansas (67749)

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Grain Storage for Fall Crops

Decatur Cooperative Association's posted grain storage rate has changed for the 2017 fall crops to $0.001644 cents per day or $0.60 per year or $0.05 per month. This will affect storage on Corn and Milo.

2017-2018 MPE Contract Letter

 

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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on December 17, 2017, 05:01:47 PM CST
SPCC for Agriculture

Farmers and other facilities will be required to have an oil spill prevention plan, also called SPCC Plan, completed by May 2013. Please click on the links below for further information.

SPCC for Agriculture

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tier 1 Qualified Facility SPCC Plan Template

Co-Mark Grain Marketing

   We have joined the Co-Mark Grain Marketing team on August 1st 2013. Co-Mark is owned by other coops for the marketing of our grains. We believe that a larger organization will allow us to provide a wider array of grain services with less risk for the Coop and our customers. Co-Mark also shares the same values as we do. You will continue to work with the same people in our offices that you have in the past. And the services we have provided you in the past will continue to be offered. Feel free to click on the link below to take you to the Co-Mark Grain Marketing page if you would like to read more of what Co-Mark is all about.

Co-Mark Grain Marketing, LLC

Commentary
Corn -

Corn futures closed the Friday session with most contracts as much as a penny lower. A private export sale of 134,503 MT of corn was sold to Costa

Wheat -

Wheat futures were mixed on Friday. MPLS was the strongest, with gains of 2 1/4 to 3 3/4 cents. Most CBT contracts were fractionally on either side

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed the Friday session with most contracts as much as a penny lower. A private export sale of 134,503 MT of corn was sold to Costa

Soybeans -

Soybean futures settled the day with fractional losses in the front months. January soy meal was down $1/ton, as nearby Jan bean oil 2 points lower.

Cotton -

Cotton futures saw gains of 24 to 77 points on Friday, as March was up 2.98% on the week. The Commitment of Traders report showed the spec traders

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures ended the day with 15 to 90 cent gains. The CME Lean Hog Index for 12/13 was down 22 cents to $64.64. The USDA pork carcass cutout

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