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New Faces in Mulvane!

Stop by and meet our new General Manager, Jeremy Nelson!  Jeremy came to Mulvane from Severy Co-op, where he was General Manager for five years. Jeremy and his wife, Averie, have two daughters and are looking to move to the Mulvane area soon.

We also have a new bookkeeper in Mulvane!  Lisa Rogers left for a new job and we wish her the best.  Kathy Claar started in May.  Kathy worked for several years at Danville Co-op in accounting and is ready to help you with Accounts Receivable and Grain Accounting.



New Crop Wheat Contract Options 

We have received several questions about buying out your new crop wheat contracts.   Customers currently have the option of purchasing bushels at the current new crop price plus a $.25 buyout fee.  These bushels then will be put in open storage as soon as we receive payment and can then will be applied from open storage to the contract at the producer's request.  A check will then be written back to the producer for the contract at the contract price.  This option and/or the buyout fee can change at any time, without notice.  

Please give Marsha or Kathy in the Mulvane office a call if you have any questions. 




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Mulvane, Kansas (67110)

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Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed mostly 2 cents higher.  EIA weekly ethanol stocks were 17.9 million barrels, which is even with last week. 

Wheat -

Wheat futures settled mostly 3 to 5 cents higher. Egypt took advantage of the price decline to schedule a buying tender overnight. They (GASC)

Corn -

Corn futures closed mostly 2 cents higher.  EIA weekly ethanol stocks were 17.9 million barrels, which is even with last week. 

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed 16 to 18 cents higher today, with strong support from the meal market and its $9.70/ton gain.  DDG prices are

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled mixed, with prices still grinding out along chart support. Futures volume slowed to less than 9,000 contracts for the day.

Lean Hogs -

Lean hogs were locked limit down in the front four contracts at the end of the day.  The carcass cutout price and cash hog prices have

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