Monday, February 20, Announcements:
CHS Drayton Annual Meeting will be held on March 9th, 2017 at Hasting’s Landing Restaurant in Drayton, ND at 10:00 AM.
Please RSVP by March 1st by calling 701-454-3351 or 888-834-7000.
Board of Director’s Position Open
We currently have two Board of Director’s position’s open. Western District is located within 35 miles of Cavalier, ND. Eastern District is located within 35 miles of Kennedy, MN. If interested in running please contact Robert Vivatson at 701-265-4672 or Les Puppe at 701-520-0950.
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CHS – the nation’s leading cooperative – with area locations in Drayton, Cavalier, Glasston, Hensel, Joliette, Manvel, ND and Kennedy, MN, serves farmers and customers through our grain businesses. Whether it’s in our offices, in your fields, or in the community, we are here to help you grow. Talk with us today to get started.
RADAR AND WEATHER
Initiated by Nationwide in 2014, Grain Bin Safety Week is an annual campaign recurring the third full week of February to promote grain bin safety on farms and commercial grain-handling facilities. ...(continue reading)
Grain markets were nearly unchanged overnight. Following the overnight session, corn is unchanged, soybeans are down one cent, and spring wheat had no change.
Grain markets were lower overnight. Following the overnight session, corn is down one cent, soybeans are down three cents, and spring wheat is one cent lower.
Grain markets were lower overnight. Following the overnight session, corn is down one cent, soybeans are down five cents, and spring wheat is one cent lower.
Corn closed a penny higher after Friday’s rally. Export inspections came in at 1.255mmt, up 77% from a year ago.
Grain markets were higher overnight. Following the overnight session, corn is up one cent, soybeans are up eight cents, and spring wheat is one cent lower.
Corn closed slightly lower at $3.69. Today’s Export report was neutral with U.S ending stocks at 2.320 billion bushels vs. the Jan. report at 2.355 billion bushels.
Grain markets were mixed overnight. Following the overnight session, corn had no change, soybeans are down three cents, and spring wheat is one cent higher.
–The USDA will release the ...(continue reading)
Corn closed two cents higher today at $3.71. March corn continues to struggle around the 200 day moving average of $3.69.
Grain markets were lower overnight. Following the overnight session, corn had no change, soybeans are down one cent, and spring wheat is one cent lower.
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