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Posted New Crop 2015 Milo bid under NE off farm location. Milo bid is buyers call Jan/Feb/Mar at any Ray-Carroll Location that we specify.

  

Free DP on corn to Hardin, Brunswick, Corder, and Slater ONLY through August 31st, 2015.

 If corn isn’t sold by September 1st, charges will start at the standard Ray-Carroll rates

Subject to available space.

Program can end at any time.

Producer will be paid off farm price when sold. 

Free DP on Beans to Hardin, Norborne, Brunswick, Corder, and Slater Only

If beans aren't sold by September 1st, charges will start at standard Ray-Carroll rates.

Subject to available space.

Program can end at any time. 

Producer will be paid off farm price when sold.

 

 
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Market Commentary
Market Commentary
Mother Nature brought on more rain last Friday and a small amount on Saturday in our area. Funds bought maybe 3,000 lots and called it good. There isn’t a whole lot of news to be had here especially with the report coming out tomorrow; having that said: The average guess for June 1st stocks in all positions on tomorrow’s report is 679 million bushels against 405 million last year, and the average guess for planted area is 85.3 million acres. The progress report will be out tonight however it’s not likely that beans will make a huge jump in planting progress and condition might take a hit this week with such heavy rains across the Midwest, I can’t say that anyone is surprised about that.
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Farmers Rally, Tell EPA To Back RFS

Farmers Rally, Tell EPA To Back RFS

Hundreds of farmers rallied in Kansas City, Missouri, Thursday to show their support for a more vigorous ethanol blending mandate in conjunction with a hearing that the EPA held in that city on its proposed blending obligations under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).
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