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@C - CORN - CBOT
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Sep 19 361'4 371'2 361'2 371'2 10'2 371'0s 08/16 Chart for @C9U Options for @C9U
Dec 19 372'0 381'0 371'4 381'0 9'6 380'6s 08/16 Chart for @C9Z Options for @C9Z
Mar 20 384'2 393'0 384'0 392'6 9'2 392'6s 08/16 Chart for @C0H Options for @C0H
May 20 392'2 400'2 392'2 400'2 8'6 400'0s 08/16 Chart for @C0K Options for @C0K
Jul 20 398'4 405'4 398'2 405'4 8'0 405'6s 08/16 Chart for @C0N Options for @C0N
Sep 20 401'2 404'6 400'2 404'2 5'6 405'0s 08/16 Chart for @C0U Options for @C0U
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 19 858'2 868'0 858'2 866'4 9'2 867'2s 08/16 Chart for @S9U Options for @S9U
Nov 19 871'0 880'6 870'6 879'0 9'0 879'6s 08/16 Chart for @S9X Options for @S9X
Jan 20 885'0 894'2 884'4 892'6 9'2 893'4s 08/16 Chart for @S0F Options for @S0F
Mar 20 897'0 906'6 897'0 905'4 9'4 906'4s 08/16 Chart for @S0H Options for @S0H
May 20 910'2 918'0 909'2 916'2 9'2 917'4s 08/16 Chart for @S0K Options for @S0K
Jul 20 920'4 928'6 919'2 927'2 9'0 928'0s 08/16 Chart for @S0N Options for @S0N
Aug 20 931'4 931'4 929'0 929'0 9'0 931'6s 08/16 Chart for @S0Q Options for @S0Q
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 19 470'2 473'0 467'2 470'2 1'6 470'6s 08/16 Chart for @W9U Options for @W9U
Dec 19 476'0 478'6 474'0 476'4 3'0 477'4s 08/16 Chart for @W9Z Options for @W9Z
Mar 20 482'0 485'0 480'6 483'0 3'0 484'0s 08/16 Chart for @W0H Options for @W0H
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Aug 19 100.800 101.000 99.700 99.800 - 0.275 99.925s 08/16 Chart for @LE9Q Options for @LE9Q
Oct 19 98.950 99.375 97.775 97.850 -0.475 98.050s 08/16 Chart for @LE9V Options for @LE9V
Dec 19 104.750 105.050 103.250 103.350 - 0.750 103.525s 08/16 Chart for @LE9Z Options for @LE9Z
SP - S&P 500 INDEX - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 19 2868.00 2899.00 2868.00 2891.00 42.90 2891.50s 08/16 Chart for SP9U Options for SP9U
Dec 19 2935.00 43.10 2891.70s 08/16 Chart for SP9Z Options for SP9Z
@NQ - E-MINI NASDAQ 100 - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 19 7509.25 7632.50 7502.50 7610.50 115.50 7611.75s 08/16 Chart for @NQ9U Options for @NQ9U
Dec 19 7531.25 7646.50 7519.25 7634.00 116.00 7627.75s 08/16 Chart for @NQ9Z Options for @NQ9Z
@YM - E-MINI DOW JONES $5 - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 19 25585.00 25929.00 25576.00 25913.00 332.00 25907.00s 08/16 Chart for @YM9U Options for @YM9U
Dec 19 25590.00 25895.00 25590.00 25862.00 330.00 25878.00s 08/16 Chart for @YM9Z Options for @YM9Z
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Announcements

7/29/19
Norborne is full. 


7/29/19
Free DP on Soybeans at Brunswick, Corder, Hardin, and Slater ONLY. 
- Must be sold by Aug 31
- Off farm price will be paid when sold
- Subject to available space

7/29/19
Free DP Corn at Corder and Slater ONLY.
- Must be sold by Aug 31
- Off farm price will be paid when sold.
- Subject to available space. 

7/29/19
Effective Thursday September 20th Carrollton corn will be cash or contract only.
Storage is available at our 4 shuttle loaders. 

7/29/19
Please click here to view the Ray-Carroll equity revolvement letter for 2018

7/29/19
2017/2018 Patronage amounts released. (Click Here)

Patronage 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
Grain (Cents/bu.) 15.37 18.12 16.5 29.0 15.4
Drying/ Storage 5.0% 6.0% 15.6% 30% 28%
Inputs/Services 5.0% 5.0% 7.8% 10% 5%


 


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8/13/2019


Corn down 14, beans up 10, wheat down 1

Crude Oil- 57.1 up 2.17

US Dollar- 97.83 up .01
 
DOW- 26,279 up 372
 
 
The corn market acted like it wanted to try to lift its head today but was unable and ended up closing half a penny off the low for the day. There are rumors of hotter and drier weather for a while and so there’s starting to be some concern over that.  The larger portion of the Midwest doesn’t believe the USDA numbers and frankly most producers are more than unhappy with the results, I had one producer explain to me that this type of situation is why producers refuse to participate in the USDA surveys. I had another ask “just how in the *&%@ do they come up with these numbers” to which I stated “IT’S THE GOVERNMENT, DIDN’T YOUR MAMA EVER TEACH YOU IF SOMETHING’S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE IT PROBABLY IS” every producer you talked to before the report said it had to go up, that the crop just isn’t there and that we’re gonna see $5. Here’s the deal, I don’t agree with them either, I think there are some real problems out there, I think we will see things change once we see the crop start moving to town, but then again the government isn’t really in the practice of focusing on issues.  Anyway, IF we get back anywhere close to the levels we were pre-report you’d better be humble and sell some the second time around. I read a joke today I thought I’d share:
 
A farmer is out in the fields on his tractor doing field work, when he espies a lamp-shaped bottle between his corn rows. He stops the tractor, jumps down to the field and picks up the lamp brushing the dirt off the side of the vessel. Out of the spout comes a stream of white smoke, and a genie appears, asking him to name three wishes that will be fulfilled. The farmer looks at the genie pensively, stroking his chin, and replies: “I want $4 cash corn!” The genie says: “Done!” Then the farmer says “I want a new John Deere 7210 tractor!” The genie says “Done!” Then the farmer says: “I want $4 cash corn.” The genie replies: “But you already asked for that!” To which the farmer replies: “Yeah, but this time I’m going to sell it….”
 
 
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