Ray-Carroll fuels would like for our customers to know that we're working with a severe propane allocation. This means suppliers are only giving us a limited amount of propane. Ray-Carroll has taken steps to ensure that our customers are taken care of through this cold period.
- We are not taking on any new customers at this time.
- We're limiting our deliveries to 200 gallons at this time, this helps ensure that all our customers have gas.
If you have received propane and noticed that your tank was not topped off this is the reason, when the propane flow goes back to normal we will resume filling tanks. We greatly appreciate our faithful customers working with us through this time.
Finally a day with corn and beans both in the green! Almost unheard of here lately. Corn closed up 2 with beans up 8 and basis improving. Corn tried to close on the highs of the day but closed a penny lower than the session high. Beans closed the session 2 cents off the high today. The weather in South America is ok, they’re getting intermittent rains but then again they wouldn’t complain if they got some more significant showers in some places that have been missing out. The ratio for new crop beans vs corn is 2.59 beans to corn, so it will be interesting to see if/when people start talking about switching corn acres to beans this year, so far I haven’t heard anyone mention it but that doesn’t mean it can’t or won’t happen.