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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 June 19, 2018, 04:58:52 AM CDT
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Quotes retrieved on June 19, 2018, 04:58:52 AM CDT
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Cotton -

Cotton futures posted another round of sharp losses on Monday, down 208 to 340 points. Areas in the Texas High Plains received rains over the

Corn -

Corn futures fell 5 to 6 cents in the front months on Monday afternoon. December posted a new life of contract low at $3.75 1/2. Heavy rains are

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures settled with 65 cent to $2 gains on Monday. The CME Lean Hog Index was up another $1.35 to $81.44 on June 14. The USDA pork carcass

Cattle -

Live cattle futures ended Monday down 15 cents in the front month, with deferred contracts mixed. Feeder cattle futures were 77.5 cents to a dollar

Wheat -

Wheat futures saw losses of 7 to 9 cents in the MPLS contracts on Monday. CBT was down 9 to 12 cents, with KC hit the hardest, 19 to 20 1/4 cents

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed 1 to 3 cents higher in the nearby contracts on Monday. Front Month soy meal was down $3.40/ton, with soy oil up 7 points.

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Midland Marketing Supports Kansas Wheat Commission Research Foundation

 

The Midland Marketing Board of Directors first visited the Kansas Wheat Innovation Center (KWIC) in Manhattan shortly after the building opened in 2012. Directors got an up-close view of the 45,000 square foot building that houses not only offices for Kansas Wheat but also research greenhouses dedicated to improving wheat through accelerated breeding programs. 

“We were able to spend some time seeing the cutting-edge research being conducted and knew this was a great fit for our cooperative members to support,” said Brian Staab, President of Midland’s Board of Directors. “The work being done at the KWIC is improving the crop and efficiency of all Kansas wheat farmers.” 

The Midland Board of Directors set out a plan to support the KWIC, with Co-Bank matching each dollar. The contribution over five years totaled $50,000.  Midland Marketing is listed as a major supporter in the Cooperative Lobby of the KWIC. 

“By supporting the Kansas Wheat Commission Research Foundation, producers and cooperatives across Kansas are investing in their future through wheat genetics research,” said Ron Suppes, KWCRF Chair from Dighton, Kans. “We are grateful for their partnership and will work to continue serving producers through research.” 

Midland cooperative members are invited to continue supporting the KWIC with individual contributions that are tax-deductible. Gifts of grain can be made to the Kansas Wheat Commission Research Foundation by transferring the grain to the Foundation’s account before selling.  Contact Tammy McClellan, KWCRF Manager of Donor Relations, at tmcclellan@kswheat.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

  

 Left to Right:  Kevin Royer, General Manager at Midland Marketing, together with Brian Staab, President of Midland’s Board of Directors, present Mike McClellan, Kansas Wheat Commissioner a contribution on behalf of Midland and Co-Bank in support of the Kansas Wheat Commission Research Foundation at the Midland Hays location.

 

 

                                             

 

 

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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