Thornton
(641) 998-2711
1-800-531-9241
Portland
(641) 423-5311
1-800-341-5311
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(641) 423-4011
1-800-475-4752
Clear Lake
(641) 357-5274
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North Iowa Cooperative consistently serves our customers with quality grain delivery, drying, hauling, and storage needs with attention to each individual customer. Services such as pick up off the farm and delivery to processing plants are available, along with grain contract options that best fit individual grain marketing needs.

 

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Cash Bids

North Iowa Cooperative consistently serves our customers with quality grain delivery, drying, hauling, and storage needs with attention to each individual customer. Services such as pick up off the farm and delivery to processing plants are available, along with grain contract options that best fit individual grain marketing needs.

 

Cash Bids

Futures

Golden Grain Energy

Grain Commentary

 

Local Weather
West Des Moines, Iowa (50266)

Current Conditions Few Clouds
Temperature 48°F
Dew Point 40°F
Pressure 30.45 in. Hg
Humidity 73%
Wind 9 mph
From Southeast


Forecast



National Newswire

Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of September 29, 2022, 09:20:16 AM CDT or prior.

Commentary
Weaker Cotton Trade into Thursday
Cotton prices are fading into the day portion of Thursday, after a mixed/ mostly lower overnight. Midweek cotton closed the day with 40 to 87 point gains. Futures were trading lower again initially but firmed up by midday. Ultimately, December printed a wide 3.64 cent range on the day. The...
A Wide Ranged Overnight Leads Wheat 0-4c Higher
Wheat futures are working near mid-upper range following overnight action in both direction. Currently futures are fractionally mixed to 4 1/2 cents in the black early Thursday. CBT futures closed 25 1/2 to 31 3/4 cents in the black on Wednesday, with December back above the $9/bu mark. KC futures...
Thursday Action Follows a Firmer Midweek
Following the rapid decline, Wednesday trade was relatively firm and ended with a mixed though still mostly lower board. The lean hog market built up the already wide spreads on Wednesday as October ended a net 67 cents higher. The other front months closed red with a 42 cent dip...
Cash Cattle Establishing
The cattle complex continued its decline through the midweek session, ending with 52 to 67 cent losses in the fats and $0.32 to $1.12 losses in the feeders. There were again no sales for the Wednesday FCE auction. Bids on the 1,077 head offered were $141-$143 with asks mostly $143-$144....
Meal Laggard for Thursday’s Soy Strength
Beans are trading off their overnight highs with 6 1/2 to 12 1/4 cent gains into the day session. Soybean oil is also firming upward, but meal is trading with morning losses of as much as $2.40/ton. Soybean futures traded mostly lower on Wednesday, but bounced in the afternoon to...
Tight Overnight Range for Corn
Overnight corn action led corn futures both directions in a tighter 8c range (-2/+6), with the market currently fractionally to 2 cents in the black ahead of the Export Sales data. Yesterday saw spillover strength from the wheat rally despite the low EIA ethanol output. Front month corn prices ended...

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