The Nemaha County Coop is pleased to announce that we have hired Doug Biswell, as our Grain Merchandiser. He will be responsible for the entire grain team including Phylicia Baker, Trevor Valburg and Dan Wempe. Doug will also be working closely with all location managers and elevator personnel. He comes to us with 20 years of experience in grain merchandising and marketing in northeast Kansas. Doug, his wife Julie, and family reside outside of Rossville. Doug is excited about joining your Cooperative and is up to the challenge of expanding our grain merchandising and marketing programs. He started work on Friday, May 8. He is looking forward to working with you and his door will always be open.
Wednesday, July corn closed below heavy support at $3.50 as corn continues to grind lower. Technically the market is oversold and saw a minor short-covering bounce in the overnight session but has since resumed trend and is down a penny. El Nino is the talk of the trade as it looks to settle in, bringing lower temperatures and above normal precipitation throughout the growing season which is pointing towards another strong yield. The high yields are more than offsetting concerns with planting delays in Kansas, Missouri, and Texas due to the excessive rain. Producers are now being faced with insurance planting deadlines and could see acres switch to soybeans and milo. The dollar continues to strengthen while South American currencies have gotten weaker and looks to remain so due to their government policies. Couple that with the Huge supply of soybeans in both North and South America and you get a difficult marketing year for soybeans. 5/28/15
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Northern Plains, Southern Plains, western Midwest and northern Midwest will see more rain Friday. Those conditions in western Midwest and Southern Plains cause problems, but be mostly beneficial 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