Futures
@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 452'6 455'4 452'2 453'6 1'2 452'4 12:37A Chart for @C4N Options for @C4N
Sep 24 463'4 465'6 462'4 464'2 1'6 462'4 12:37A Chart for @C4U Options for @C4U
Dec 24 477'0 480'2 476'6 479'0 2'4 476'4 12:37A Chart for @C4Z Options for @C4Z
Mar 25 489'6 492'6 489'4 491'2 1'6 489'4 12:37A Chart for @C5H Options for @C5H
May 25 497'6 500'4 497'4 499'0 1'4 497'4 12:37A Chart for @C5K Options for @C5K
Jul 25 502'6 506'0 502'6 504'4 1'2 503'2 12:37A Chart for @C5N Options for @C5N
Sep 25 485'2 488'0 485'2 487'6 1'4 486'2 12:37A Chart for @C5U Options for @C5U
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 1227'2 1230'4 1224'0 1225'4 -2'4 1228'0 12:37A Chart for @S4N Options for @S4N
Aug 24 1224'4 1226'2 1220'4 1222'4 -2'6 1225'2 12:37A Chart for @S4Q Options for @S4Q
Sep 24 1203'4 1205'4 1200'6 1202'0 -3'2 1205'2 12:37A Chart for @S4U Options for @S4U
Nov 24 1201'0 1203'2 1198'2 1199'6 -3'4 1203'2 12:37A Chart for @S4X Options for @S4X
Jan 25 1218'0 1218'0 1209'4 1211'2 -2'6 1214'0 12:37A Chart for @S5F Options for @S5F
Mar 25 1208'6 1211'4 1207'2 1209'6 -1'0 1210'6 12:37A Chart for @S5H Options for @S5H
May 25 1211'2 1214'0 1210'0 1212'4 -0'6 1213'2 12:37A Chart for @S5K Options for @S5K
Jul 25 1216'6 1218'6 1216'2 1218'0 -1'0 1219'0 12:37A Chart for @S5N Options for @S5N
Aug 25 1213'4 0'0 1211'2 12:37A Chart for @S5Q Options for @S5Q
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 654'0 662'2 654'0 660'0 8'6 651'2 12:37A Chart for @W4N Options for @W4N
Sep 24 673'2 682'4 673'2 680'0 8'0 672'0 12:37A Chart for @W4U Options for @W4U
Dec 24 699'4 706'2 699'2 704'0 7'4 696'4 12:37A Chart for @W4Z Options for @W4Z
Mar 25 720'2 724'6 720'2 722'6 6'4 716'2 12:37A Chart for @W5H Options for @W5H
May 25 727'2 731'4 727'0 727'0 3'2 723'6 12:37A Chart for @W5K Options for @W5K
@KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 24 662'0 672'2 662'0 670'2 8'4 661'6 12:37A Chart for @KW4N Options for @KW4N
Sep 24 675'2 686'0 675'2 683'4 8'0 675'4 12:37A Chart for @KW4U Options for @KW4U
Dec 24 699'0 707'2 699'0 705'2 8'4 696'6 12:37A Chart for @KW4Z Options for @KW4Z
Mar 25 715'6 724'0 715'6 721'6 8'0 713'6 12:37A Chart for @KW5H Options for @KW5H
May 25 724'0 730'0 724'0 728'4 8'4 720'0 12:37A Chart for @KW5K Options for @KW5K
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
May 24 245.000 246.775 244.775 246.350 1.875 246.725s 05/19 Chart for @GF4K Options for @GF4K
Aug 24 257.775 260.125 257.175 259.525 2.500 259.850s 05/19 Chart for @GF4Q Options for @GF4Q
Sep 24 258.775 261.100 258.275 260.525 2.450 260.850s 05/19 Chart for @GF4U Options for @GF4U
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 24 179.500 181.200 179.200 180.900 2.025 181.050s 05/19 Chart for @LE4M Options for @LE4M
Aug 24 177.800 179.125 177.275 178.850 1.675 179.050s 05/19 Chart for @LE4Q Options for @LE4Q
Oct 24 180.950 181.975 180.600 181.725 1.325 181.950s 05/19 Chart for @LE4V Options for @LE4V
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 24 98.250 98.250 96.175 96.750 -1.875 96.500s 05/19 Chart for @HE4M Options for @HE4M
Jul 24 101.750 101.750 99.625 100.125 - 1.575 100.050s 05/19 Chart for @HE4N Options for @HE4N
Aug 24 100.800 100.800 99.025 99.550 - 1.325 99.475s 05/19 Chart for @HE4Q Options for @HE4Q
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Announcements


Crop Insurance Spring Price Set:

Crop Insurance Reminder:

Talk to your agent before you Replant any crops!

Ray-Carroll Insurance can also do Bonds!

____________________________________________________________________

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
 
5/17/24
Corn down 5, Beans up 12, Wheat down 12

Crude Oil-80.06 up .83
US Dollar-104.49 up .03
Dow Jones-40,003.59 up 134.21
 
Soybeans captured solid gains to ring in the weekend. A little Chinese buying and worries of big losses in Southern Brazil spurred a rally. Wheat was up overnight and was pulled lower from chart selling and Russian fatigue. Corn fell lower in sympathy to the wheat and continued liquidation of corn/bean spreads.

Have a great weekend!

Brynna
 
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