All spot grain from elevator open to close will be priced at the 2:00 p.m. closing bid price.
Contracts will be written for any loads you want priced at any time during the day.
Grain hauled on day when CBOT is closed will be priced on previous closing bid.
Saturday/Sunday prices will be Friday’s closing bid.
UFC had its regularly scheduled board meeting Tuesday September 16, 2014 at Ursa. Joe Zumwalt (former President) and Alan Donley (former Vice President) both retired from the board. We have two new board members being Charles Krueger from Kahoka, MO and Eric Cassens from Camp Point, IL. Nominations were held at the beginning of this meeting with the following results: Scott Wray – President, Ted Knorr – Vice President, Scott Rutledge – Secretary and Kevin Roskamp – Treasurer. When you see these board members (retired and present) please take a moment to thank them for their service. (UFC has a seven member board: Scott Wray, Ted Knorr, Scott Rutledge, Kevin Roskamp, Roger Sutter, Charles Krueger and Eric Cassens)
New DP charges: Effective January 1 on corn and soybeans:
Corn - Delayed Price: 16 cents for 90 days, then $0.00125 /bu per day until sold on dry bushels, Dp corn dry/shrink to 15.0%. Beans - Delayed Price: $0.00125 /bu per day until sold.
Light to moderate snow continued Monday afternoon in the eastern Great Lakes through southern New England, along with the central Midwest. A round of rain showers was also featured in the Desert Southwest of southern California and southern Arizona. Dry conditions were dominant elsewhere in the continental U.S. and Canada. Temperatures ranged from the low teens in northern Michigan to the mid 70s in southern Texas. Readings into the 60s were noted as far north as southern Alberta. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Posted at 3:07PM Mon Jan 26, 2015 CST
This Day In History
January 26, 1987
Hart Foundation beat British Bulldogs for WWF tag team title
Chaddock has worked with producers and merchandisers across the state to make it easy to support Chaddock by donating a portion of their grain or livestock harvest to the capital campaign. Our greatest need is funding for a new school. The demand for Chaddock's unique services is increasing, and we have literally outgrown our current school. We've launched a $12 million building project that will allow us to increase the number of young people we serve. The goal is to have children walking into the new school for their first day of class in August 2016.
This is a unique opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of innocent children for decades to come. Consider donating a portion of your grain or livestock harvest to our capital campaign. http://www.chaddockagriculturalpartnership.org/
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