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Notice for all Deferred Check Payments.

Please be aware your deferred check payment will be ready to pick
up at our office on Wednesday, January 4th at 9 am.

Checks will remain at the office until the close of business on Friday, January 6th,
at which time the remaining checks will be put in the mail to be sent to you.

Please pay attention to all posted signs and guidelines.

Call our Grain Buying Hotline to sell your grain.


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Monday-Friday 5:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

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2875 KS-63
Seneca, KS 66538

Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of March 27, 2023, 09:30:02 AM CDT or prior.




Ag Market Commentary
Cotton Rallying Back for New Week
Cotton prices are up by triple digits so far for Friday. The cotton market settled Friday’s session down by 59 to 104 points. The May contract ended the week a net 129 points below the previous Friday settlement. Weekly CFTC data showed the funds were adding new shorts in cotton...
Down Week for Hog Market
The hog market bounced into the weekend with gains of 1.8% to 2.8%. For the week, April had a $2.70 loss. The National Average Base Hog price was 13 cents lower on Friday afternoon to $76.58. The 8/22 Lean Hog Index from CME was 44 cents lower to $77.39. CFTC’s...
Cattle Follow a Mostly Higher Friday
Live cattle futures bounced into the weekend, though feeder futures stayed under pressure from the grain rally. At the close the front month fats were 40 to 85 cents higher, with left April at a 67 cent gain for the week. April feeders stayed 15 cents higher for the week,...
Mixed Monday from Wheat Market
Wheat is mixed so far with CBT prices in the red, KC within a penny of UNCH and MPLS trading in the black.Wheat futures rallied back on Friday with 2% to 4% gains. Chicago futures ended 24 3/4 to 26 3/4 cents higher on Friday, though May stayed 22 cents...
Soy Rallying into Monday’s Day Trade
Soybeans are trading near the top of their 10c overnight range with 4 to 6 cent gains across the front months. The products are also higher, with meal up $1 and oil 14 points higher. Soybean futures closed Friday with 7 1/2 to 15 1/4 cent gains. That reduced November...
Corn Mixed into Day Session Start
Corn futures are fractionally higher in new crop contracts and 2 cents in the red for old crop. Overnight action saw a tighter 6 cent range for the May contract, but was mostly in the red to start the last week of March. The Friday rally put corn back into...

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