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Midland Marketing Cash Bids - 10 Minute Delay, Subject to Change Without Notice
Name Notes Cash Price Basis Month Futures Price Futures Change Basis
North - Palco, Zurich, Plainville, Natoma - Priced per bushel except Sunflowers priced per cwt
Central - Yocemento, Hays, Toulon - Priced per bushel except Sunflowers priced per cwt
South - Brownell, McCracken, Hargrave, LaCrosse - Priced per bushel except Sunflowers priced per cwt

Quotes retrieved on November 20, 2018, 01:46:37 AM CST
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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on November 20, 2018, 01:46:37 AM CST
Cattle Market Commentary -

Live cattle futures settled 35 cents lower to 80 cents higher. The buying interest was all in the front end. Feeder cattle futures closed 25 to 75

Lean Hogs Market Commentary -

Lean Hog futures extended Friday’s limit gains on Monday with advances of $.05 to $2.27. The CME Lean Hog Index was down another 76 cents from

Corn Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled 1 1/4 to 2 1/2 cents lower on Monday. China is instigating an anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley imports,

Cotton Market Commentary -

Cotton futures were down 23 to 24 points on Monday. The Cotlook A index was UNCH from the previous day on Nov 16 at 86.30 cents/lb. The weekly USDA

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled 1 1/4 to 2 1/2 cents lower on Monday. China is instigating an anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley imports,

Soybeans Market Commentary -

Soybean futures settled 14 to 18 1/2 cents per bushel lower on Monday. Traders are building in some healthy skepticism about the potential for a

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Matthew Hamon Receives 2018 Matthew Kent Stamper Memorial Scholarship


October 23, 2018 (MANHATTAN, Kan.) – Matthew Hamon of Ozawkie, Kansas, a senior in agricultural economics at Kansas State University, has been awarded the Matthew Kent Stamper Memorial Scholarship through the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center and the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University.


Matthew is involved with Wheat State Agronomy Club and Collegiate Cattlemen’s Club. He’s active in his church and volunteers at the local food pantry, God’s Storehouse. Matthew works as a lab assistant at the Kansas Crop Improvement Association and also works on the family farm, Hamon Seed Farms. He plans to return to the family farm upon graduation in May 2019. The Hamon family is affiliated with the following cooperatives: FreeState Electric Cooperative and Jackson Farmers, Inc.

The Matthew Kent Stamper Memorial Scholarship was established in honor of Matt Stamper who passed away in an automobile accident on May 23, 1999 just before his 22nd birthday.  “The scholarship was established to honor and perpetuate the memory of Matt Stamper and to encourage an interest in the operation, management, and economics of agricultural cooperatives, beef production and grain production enterprises,” states Professor Brian Briggeman, director of the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center. Over $67,000 in scholarships have been awarded from the fund since 2000.


To be eligible for the scholarship, a student must be either a junior or senior in K-State’s College of Agriculture and be affiliated with a Kansas agricultural marketing, supply or service cooperative as a member or as a child or dependent of a member. Preference is given to a student from Rooks, or a surrounding county, interested in pursuing a career in production agriculture and who is enrolled in one of the following departments: Agricultural Economics; Animal Sciences and Industry; or Agronomy.


The Matthew Kent Stamper Memorial Scholarship is funded by contributions made to the Center’s endowment fund with the KSU Foundation. “Additional contributions by those who want to honor Matthew and support the purposes of the scholarship are welcome,” Dr. Briggeman said. They should be made payable to “KSU Foundation/Stamper” and sent to the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center, Department of Agricultural Economics, 305 Waters Hall, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506.


About the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center

The Arthur Capper Cooperative Center provides research-based information, education and assistance to people with and interested in cooperative businesses, including cooperative members, directors, managers and employees. The Center also works with students and faculty at educational institutions, the general public and public officials as well as owners, directors, managers and employees of agribusinesses. Further information can be obtained about this scholarship or about establishing additional scholarships by emailing Brian Briggeman at bbrigg@ksu.edu or visiting the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center website at http://accc.k-state.edu.

K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county extension offices, experiment fields, area extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan. More information is available at www.ksre.ksu.edu.

Story by: Arthur Capper Cooperative Center Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University K-State Research & Extension News





Photo caption is as follows: (left to right) Bette Stamper and Matthew Hamon at the K-State Department of Agricultural Economics Awards Banquet, October 12, 2018.







New Storage Rate:

As of August 1, 2017 storage rates at Midland Marketing are .00167 per bushel/day in order to match the rates we are paying for terminal storage. 

All grains in storage prior to August 1, 2017 will keep the previous rate for a period of one year.


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