Mission Statement: To profitably provide quality products and service that help our customers succeed

Midland Marketing Coop, Inc. handles Wheat, Milo, Corn, Soybeans and Sunflowers, along with dry and liquid fertilizers, NH3, seed, chemicals, feed and petroleum products 

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FCStone Morning Comments 






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 January 18, 2019, 03:32:55 AM CST
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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on January 18, 2019, 03:32:55 AM CST
Wheat Market News and Commentary -

Wheat futures posted 5 to 8 1/2 cent gains in most contracts on Thursday, following the rest of the grain complex. Japan purchased 111,961 MT of

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures posted 4 to 6 cent gains in the nearby contracts on Thursday. DTN’s national corn index was at $3.42 on Wednesday evening, 22 1/4

Cattle Market News and Commentary -

Live cattle futures closed the Thursday session with most contracts 60 to 85 cents lower. Feeder cattle futures were down 72.5 cents to $2.35 in

Corn Market News and Commentary -

Corn futures posted 4 to 6 cent gains in the nearby contracts on Thursday. DTN’s national corn index was at $3.42 on Wednesday evening, 22 1/4

Lean Hogs Market News and Commentary -

Lean Hog futures were 20 to 45 cents lower in most contracts on Thursday, with nearby Feb up 80 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 37 cents from

Cotton Market News and Commentary -

Cotton futures ended Thursday with most nearby contracts 108 to 112 points higher. Support was from suspected short covering as rumors were floating

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Text Message Service


The Midland Marketing Fuels Sales department offers a text message market update for our interested customers. We typically send the text updates before 10:00 am. If you would like to receive a market update over your cell phone, please respond back with your cell phone number. Please call with any questions.


Women Managing the Farm

Women Managing the Farm conference is coming to Manhattan, Kansas February 7 & 8. Midland Marketing is excited to announce that we will be sponsoring a room in Manhattan and registration for the first 5 women from our membership who would like to attend. Midland Marketing feels this is an opportunity for our membership to gain information on the latest advancements in agriculture and keep thriving in our communities and our organization.  For more information and the agenda for the conference go to www.womenmanagingthefarm.com and if you would like to attend the conference contact Anna Luna by January 11, 2019 by email a.luna@midlandmarketing.org or by phone 785-303-0297.


Food Bank Donation

On December 10, 2018 Midland Marketing Board President, Brian Staab, and Land O’Lakes board member Tom Benoit and Midland Marketing employee Blake Schonthaler, were on hand to give their monetary donations to the Food Bank of Kansas.

Midland Marketing gave $5,000 and Land O’Lakes matched with a $5,000 donation.  These funds will be distributed back to Rush, Ellis, and Rooks counties for the Bob Boxes, Backpack 4 Kids programs along with money to all food banks in these counties.





Hays Arc Park Donation

On Tuesday December 4, 2018, representatives from Midland Marketing, Land O’Lakes, and the Arc Park gathered for the donation presentation. Midland Marketing donated $5,000 and Land O’Lakes $5,000 for the Arc Park of Hays.  The Arc Park is an accessible recreation complex that is a complex like no other in western Kansas.  It will have a playground with a rubber or turf flooring, along with sensory equipment including music and LED lights, a shaded play area etc.  There is also going to be a baseball field that is suitable for Special Olympics teams.  There will be in ground bases, a smaller field with dugouts.  One other feature to the park will be a splash pad that has conservation in mind, a rubber floored surface, and unique water based play equipment that is going to be new to our area.  The park will have specialized features and equipment for handicapped children but it will be a park for all children to enjoy.  There is not a park like this one between Denver and Kansas City.  It is a great addition to Hays and the surrounding communities.  This park will be all children with no barriers.  You can find more information on the park or on becoming a donor on Facebook or online at haysarcpark.org








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.


Local Weather

Hays, Kansas (67601)

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Humidity: 96% Pressure: 29.83 in. Hg
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