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Effective February 20th, 2017 we will be changing feed delivery rates as follows: 10 miles and under radius - $34.00 per trip 11-25 mile radius - $36.00 per trip over 25 mile radius - $38.00 per trip
We are now sending morning and afternoon grain market commentary via text, if you already receive cash or futures texts you are automatically enrolled in this service. If you don't currently receive cash or futures texts and would like to receive the market commentary contact Tully at 515-532-2881 ext. 23, by email at email@example.com or by text at 641-425-7252. We are also now offering livestock futures texts!
NOTICE TO ANYONE MAKING DELIVERIES TO THE HWY 69 MILL
Due to increased biosecurity measures we're taking at the Highway 69 Feed Mill, all loads, including grain hoppers, wagons and ingredient trucks will need to be tarped. If you are making grain deliveries to the 69 Mill, call Brad before delivery at 515-532-2881 ext. 15. Thank You.
Due to large harvest receipts, North Central Coop has had to pile corn outside that will need to be picked up as soon as possible. We will need space for contracted grain obligations, so we will be unable to receive "unpriced" grain until further notice. e.g. Contracted January corn deliveries can begin January 3rd, the first business day of the month. Grain to be put into Condo Storage will be accepted any time.
A few showers occurred during Friday in southeast Texas and southern Louisiana. Mostly dry elsewhere in the key crop and livestock areas in the central and southeast U.S. and across the Canadian Prairies. Temperatures ranged from the 30s in parts of the Canadian Prairies to the low 80s in south Texas. » More DTN Weather Commentary