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Locations closed on Saturday 5/28
Due to the weather and the holiday weekend all locations will be closed Saturday except the Seneca Mr Tire, St Marys Feed Store and the Wamego Feed store will be open in the morning.

New Fuel Pump Upgrades
Coming late summer we will be extending the island & canopy, and adding an additional Unlead dispenser at our Seneca location. We have seen a need to expand so we have teamed up with Cenex to add more pumps so we have less of a wait time getting gas. Also we will be adding a canopy and better lighting at our Corning fuel site.

Corn Side-dress Time

With the extended periods of wet weather we have experienced the past month, nitrogen losses have likely occurred. If you would like to keep your corn from becoming deficient, now is the time to establish a plan for additional inseason nitrogen before yield losses occur. Your Nemaha County COOP has invested in a Ro-Gator capable of topdressing urea in corn. Contact your local NCCA Agronomist to discuss your nitrogen needs and sign up acres today.

Warehouse Update
FOR A LIMITED TIME: We have Purina mineral tubs with fly control additive. Available at our Seneca and Corning locations. Call for pricing.

We also have some Clearance Items:
Lambda 240ml Concentrate - $32/bottle
Annihilator - 1Gal Insect Spray - $20/gallon

SPRING SOIL TEMPS

March 2016 Newsletter
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MARCH 2016 NEWSLETTER

Grain Comments

Soybean meal is on a mission and clearly leading the entire complex higher which will push corn and wheat higher. A couple weeks ago it was oil and now meal, and when you look at the world carryout to use charts they are tight for meal proteins as well as oil. Soy products are in the driver’s seat right now. Farmers are getting a chance to get a good amount planted in the eastern corn belt where both corn and beans are behind, but there are more rains now seen later next week. Export sales were solid coming in this week above estimates for corn and beans while wheat was within range. Macro markets are calming down a bit but grains/oilseeds will be the focus. The dollar is settling after rumors of a possible rate hike in the June Fed meeting. Crude oil is unchanged while U.S. stocks are up.
5/20/16


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