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Harvest Grain Dumping Hours:
All hours subject to change based off of weather or harvest activity.
Monday-Friday 5:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday 5:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Call us at (785) 336-5355 to find out what our hours will be for each day as it can vary.
Visit us today at Valley View!
Seneca, KS 66538
- Up Week for Corn Market
- Corn closed the last trade day of the week with 1 ½ to 2 cent gains, leaving the March contract at a net 2 ¼ cent gain for the week. March corn finished the month of November with a net 10 ¼ cent loss. The Dec/Dec spread was back below...
- Lean Hogs Finish Friday Red
- The front month lean hog futures fell $0.17 to $1.37 lower across the front months. That limited the weekly move to a net $1.32 gain for Feb hogs. Feb hogs rounded out the month of Nov with a $3.40 loss for the month after an incredibly wide trading range from...
- Cattle Close Week Lower
- Fat cattle’s triple digit losses flipped the board to net red for the week’s move. Feb closed Friday down by $2.70, and was #$1.85 weaker wk/wk. Cash trade for the week was mostly $174-$175, UNCH to $1-2 weaker for the week. Feeder cattle prices were down by over 2% on...
- Soybeans Drop on Weaker Meal
- Friday’s double digit losses flipped the soybean market to net red for the week’s move as beans closed down by 11 to 17 ¾ cents and left Jan at a net 5 ¾ cent loss for the week. Jan beans finished the month of November with a net 37 ½...
- Cotton Fades into Weekend
- Cotton futures were down on Friday with front month losses of 24 to 64 points. The March contract completed the week’s move with a 157 point pullback. USDA’s weekly Cotton Market Review showed 35,889 bales were sold with an average price of 75.04 cents/lb. The weekly Export Sales report showed...
- Friday’s Wheat Trade Closes Higher
- The last trade day of the week ended with wheat in the black. Chicago prices ended 4 ¼ to 6 ¾ cents higher, with a net 25 ½ cent rally for the week for March. March SRW gained a net 12 ¾ cents through November. HRW futures ended the last...