Futures
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 458'0 459'4 448'0 448'4 -8'4 450'0s 06/14 Chart for @C4N Options for @C4N
Sep 24 463'0 465'2 454'6 455'2 -6'4 457'0s 06/14 Chart for @C4U Options for @C4U
Dec 24 475'4 478'0 468'2 468'6 -5'6 470'2s 06/14 Chart for @C4Z Options for @C4Z
Mar 25 485'6 488'0 479'0 479'4 -5'0 481'2s 06/14 Chart for @C5H Options for @C5H
May 25 492'6 494'6 486'2 486'2 -5'2 488'2s 06/14 Chart for @C5K Options for @C5K
Jul 25 498'6 500'0 491'2 491'2 -6'0 493'2s 06/14 Chart for @C5N Options for @C5N
Sep 25 481'0 482'2 476'4 476'4 -4'6 477'4s 06/14 Chart for @C5U Options for @C5U
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 1188'6 1189'0 1178'0 1178'2 -9'6 1179'6s 06/14 Chart for @S4N Options for @S4N
Aug 24 1177'2 1177'4 1167'0 1167'4 -10'0 1168'2s 06/14 Chart for @S4Q Options for @S4Q
Sep 24 1155'4 1156'4 1145'2 1145'4 -11'0 1146'4s 06/14 Chart for @S4U Options for @S4U
Nov 24 1160'0 1160'0 1147'6 1149'0 -10'4 1149'6s 06/14 Chart for @S4X Options for @S4X
Jan 25 1169'0 1170'4 1159'6 1161'4 -9'0 1162'0s 06/14 Chart for @S5F Options for @S5F
Mar 25 1169'2 1169'6 1161'0 1162'4 -7'0 1163'2s 06/14 Chart for @S5H Options for @S5H
May 25 1173'2 1173'4 1165'2 1166'4 -6'4 1167'4s 06/14 Chart for @S5K Options for @S5K
Jul 25 1177'6 1178'6 1171'4 1171'6 -6'4 1173'2s 06/14 Chart for @S5N Options for @S5N
Aug 25 1166'6 1166'6 1166'6 1166'6 -5'6 1166'6s 06/14 Chart for @S5Q Options for @S5Q
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 618'2 622'4 611'0 611'6 -7'2 612'6s 06/14 Chart for @W4N Options for @W4N
Sep 24 636'4 638'6 627'0 627'2 -9'2 628'4s 06/14 Chart for @W4U Options for @W4U
Dec 24 658'0 661'0 648'2 649'0 -10'4 650'2s 06/14 Chart for @W4Z Options for @W4Z
Mar 25 674'6 677'6 664'6 664'6 -10'6 666'6s 06/14 Chart for @W5H Options for @W5H
May 25 682'6 686'0 672'6 672'6 -11'4 674'6s 06/14 Chart for @W5K Options for @W5K
@KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 636'0 639'4 625'2 626'2 -9'2 627'4s 06/14 Chart for @KW4N Options for @KW4N
Sep 24 647'4 649'4 634'0 634'4 -11'2 636'2s 06/14 Chart for @KW4U Options for @KW4U
Dec 24 666'4 667'4 652'4 653'2 -12'2 654'6s 06/14 Chart for @KW4Z Options for @KW4Z
Mar 25 677'6 680'2 665'6 666'4 -12'2 667'6s 06/14 Chart for @KW5H Options for @KW5H
May 25 679'4 686'0 671'2 671'6 -12'6 673'0s 06/14 Chart for @KW5K Options for @KW5K
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Aug 24 258.800 262.650 258.500 261.750 4.500 261.975s 06/14 Chart for @GF4Q Options for @GF4Q
Sep 24 259.500 263.425 259.500 262.425 4.400 262.700s 06/14 Chart for @GF4U Options for @GF4U
Oct 24 259.825 263.675 259.825 262.800 4.375 263.100s 06/14 Chart for @GF4V Options for @GF4V
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 24 185.000 186.975 185.000 186.975 2.000 186.825s 06/14 Chart for @LE4M Options for @LE4M
Aug 24 180.400 183.600 180.350 183.075 3.675 183.175s 06/14 Chart for @LE4Q Options for @LE4Q
Oct 24 182.400 185.075 182.400 184.725 3.150 184.850s 06/14 Chart for @LE4V Options for @LE4V
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 24 91.450 91.475 91.150 91.200 -0.575 91.175s 06/14 Chart for @HE4M Options for @HE4M
Jul 24 92.350 94.325 90.400 93.900 0.875 93.650s 06/14 Chart for @HE4N Options for @HE4N
Aug 24 88.575 91.325 86.675 90.400 1.850 90.450s 06/14 Chart for @HE4Q Options for @HE4Q
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Announcements

Grain Originator Position Opening
Ray-Carroll Co. Grain Growers Inc. has an immediate opening for a Grain Originator that would be based out of the Richmond office. Do you have a passion for serving the local community, customer service and all things agricultural? Would you consider yourself to be an outgoing leader? Then come join our team! The Originator position is a buyer position that will be responsible for purchasing commodities from producers and commercial elevators. This person will be provided with a list of producers to either grow, or maintain business relationships with. Originators provide support to the grain department to maximize efficiencies that will directly contribute to the profitability of Ray-Carroll by working closely with the other originators. This role partners closely with the company merchandiser, logistics team, accounting team, and location managers.


Please send Resume to clintb@ray-carroll.com.


Crop Insurance Spring Price Set:

Crop Insurance Reminder:
When done planting, report your acres to your agent and FSA office!

Talk to your agent before you Replant any crops!

Ray-Carroll Insurance can also do Bonds!

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Free Price Later- Beginning 3/18/24

Available on corn and soybeans at the following locations:
Brunswick
Corder
Hardin
Slater

All hours are subject to change without notice.

Location Hours
Corder
660-394-8889
8am - 5pm
Slater
660-529-3227
8am - 5pm
Hardin
660-398-4388
8am - 5pm
Brunswick
660-548-3131
8am - 5pm
Carrollton
660-542-2745
7:30am-5pm
CORN ONLY
Sumner
660-548-3131
Full
Norborne
660-593-3326
Full


09/26/2023

Your Board of Directors has set the following patronage allocations for the fiscal year ended 8/31/23:

GRAIN: 
- Qualified: 23 cents/bu
- Non-Qualified: 5.82 cents/bu
-Total: 28.82 cents/bu

GRAIN STORAGE & DRYING:
- Qualified: 8% of $ paid
-Non-Qualified: 0%
-Total: 8% of $ paid

INPUTS & SERVICES:
- Qualified: 8% of cost
-Non-Qualified: 0%
-Total: 8% of cost
 
Checks mailed in December represent 50% of the QUALIFIED patronage dividend.  You will pay taxes on the entire Qualified dividend this year.  The remaining part of the Qualified dividend will be retained and paid out with all taxes paid in the future.  The Non-Qualified portion will all be retained and paid out in the future. You will pay taxes on this portion in the year they are revolved.  Currently Ray-Carroll has revolved equity to 2013 and plan to stay within a ten year window.


Patronage Checks Example

  • If you sold 100,000 bushels of grain to R-C during the 2022 crop
  • You will receive a check in December for $11,500 (50% of Qualified), and you will pay taxes on $23,000 this year.
  • The remaining $11,500 of Qualified Patronage will be retained and should be paid out within 10 years. Taxes are already paid on this amount.
  • Non-Qualified Patronage is all retained.  Your check for $5,820 should be paid out in 10 years.  At that time, you will pay the taxes on this amount.
  • Our plan is to pay the full $28,820 out within a ten year window barring several years of floods/droughts.
  • $1000/ton NH3 would be $80/ton patronage.  $40/ton paid in cash & $40/ton retained

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Daily Market Commentary
 
6/14/24
Corn down 8, Beans down 10, Wheat down 8

Crude Oil-78.45 down .17
US Dollar-105.51 up .32
Dow Jones-38,589.16 down 57.94

Fridays in the grain world seem to have a pattern. Beans fell deep in the red on July future liquidation and funds being big sellers. Corn took a punch from chart selling and fell in sympathy to the wheat. Wheat was hit by the usual weak European values, showers over Southern Russia and US harvest pressure.

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