Last Friday Feb 20th, NASS released county data for the 2014 corn and soybean crop. Paul Neiffer has put together tables showing the potential payment or in the case of Western Illinois lack of payment due to the exceptional corn and soybean yield for our area. This yield divided by the 86% of the benchmark guarantee for Adams, and Hancock County will not yield a 2014 ARC-County corn payment unless prices average $3.08 or lower for the 2014 crop year. For example for Hancock County the revenue guarantee is $782.92 * 86% = $673.31 / 218 corn yield = $3.09. For Adams County the revenue guarantee is $719.44 * 86% = $618.72 / 202 corn yield = $3.06. These yields can still be tweaked, but past history has shown that we are within 5 bushels of the final yield number for the county. http://www.farmcpatoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Illinois.pdf
New DP charges: Effective April 1, 2015 on corn and soybeans:
Corn - Delayed Price: Free for 60 days, then $0.00125 /bu per day until sold on dry bushels, Dp corn dry/shrink to 15.0%. Beans - Free until Oct 1.
Please Join us at our Gregory Landing Location on Friday May 22, 2015 11:00-1:00 for our Customer Appreciation Luncheon Retirement Party for Alan Cornwell & Meyer Customer Appreciation Day will be held from 11:00-2:00 on Friday May 29, 2015 Please call your elevator for grain hauling rates off the farm.
During Saturday, light to moderate rain will cover all but the Northern Plains, with showers also noted in the Great Basin. This rain area will continue Saturday night, with heavy rain forming in the already-wet areas of southern Kansas, Oklahoma and northern through central Texas. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Posted at 1:23PM Fri May 22, 2015 CDT
Please join us June 2nd, 2015 9:00 a.m. at the Loraine Firehouse for a Cattle Owners Workshop round table discussion also on June 3rd, 2015 9:00 a.m. at our Camp Point location
Contact Dave at 217-593-7722 or 217-440-7398. for all of your cattle needs
This Day In History
May 24, 1086
Abbott Dauferio/Desiderius becomes Pope Victor III
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/