6/18/18 St. Louis Hours this week (6/18-6/22) 5:30am - 5:00pm
6/18/18 FREE DP on CORN Delivered June 4th, 2018 through August 31st, 2018 at SLATER, CORDER, BRUNSWICK, & HARDIN ONLY No Delay Price or storage charges through August 31st, 2018 if not sold by August 31st, 2018, corn will be sold at the closig bid that day. Producer will be paid off farm price when sold if available Subject to available space Program can end at any time.
6/18/18 FREE DP on SOYBEANS Delivered May 29th, 2018 through August 31st, 2018 at HARDIN, NORBORNE, BRUNSWICK, SLATER, & CORDER No Delay Price or storage charges through August 31st, 2018 If not sold by September 1st, Charges will start at the Standard Ray-Carroll rates of 4 cents/month Producer will be paid off farm price when sold if available Subject to available space Program can end at any time
Beans were the only winner here, which seems odd as Trump put tariffs on Chinese goods last Friday and the Chinese vowed to retaliate with soybeans, they’re out for holiday today but will be back trading tomorrow so who knows what to expect. Corn closed the session down 5 cents with wheat down 9 ½ cents. Weather is near perfect for the rest of the Midwest, you know everyone other than Missouri, we do have rain chances this week which would be happy received in our area. This market is flat depressing, beans made a complete plummet and corn pretty well followed right along, we are getting into wheat harvest and so of course there is harvest pressure on wheat…. It’s an ugly, UGLY picture.