Armington Elevator Construction

Wednesday July 9, 2014

We will be doing some construction that requires our Armington Elevator to be completely shut down starting late this week or early next.  We expect the construction to take approximately 3 weeks.

Please call the day before if you would like to haul.  We will dump grain until the construction crew starts, but do not plan to staff the Armington facility unless you notify us the day before.  

Grainland and Minier Merger Update!

 

We are happy to announce that the merger of Minier Cooperative Grain Co and GRAINLAND COOPERATIVE was approved by the stockholders of both companies.  The effective date of the merger is August 1, 2014.   

Thank you for your support.

 

Market Trading Hours

Current hours for Sunday night through Friday afternoon are:

Open:  7:00 PM

Pause 7:45 AM   Resume 8:30 AM

Close:  1:15 PM

If you have a price in mind above the market that you are willing to sell, please remember that we accept offers.  If they are hit during times when we are closed they will still be booked.  Please call our Minier or Emden office during normal working hours with your offers.

Minier Coop Futures Prices
Quotes retrieved on July 25, 2014, 06:17:24 AM CDT
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Quotes retrieved on July 25, 2014, 06:17:24 AM CDT
Commentary
Wheat -

Wheat futures gains evaporated, similar to what happened in corn. The three markets closed 2 to 5 cents lower. The Spring Wheat Tour projected

Lean Hogs -

Lean hogs posted triple digit loses today, down $.90 to $2.87. December futures touched limit down. The average pork carcass cutout value was $1.29

Cotton -

Cotton futures closed 138 to 237 lower today. Volume jumped with the new selling (technically bearish). Estimated volume was 28,400 contracts vs.

Cattle -

Cattle futures settled 5 to 75 cents higher, extending their market into life of contract and all time highs. Feeder futures were surprisingly

Soybeans -

Soybean futures settled 6 to 9 3/4 higher, with September the strongest. Meal futures were up another $3.80/ton to support the rally, but soy oil

Corn -

Corn futures were unable to sustain early gains and closed 1/2 to 1 1/4 lower in “buy the rumor, sell the fact” action following

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Local Weather

Minier, Illinois (61759)

Forecast

Friday

Hi: 76°
Lo: 56°
Saturday

Hi: 79°
Lo: 68°
Sunday

Hi: 89°
Lo: 69°
Monday

Hi: 84°
Lo: 59°
Tuesday

Hi: 75°
Lo: 58°

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