Mulvane Cooperative Union Announcements


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SATURDAY 8:00a-Noon





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Sponsored by the Sedgwick County Farm Bureau Agriculatural Association & Kansas Food Bank

How can you help?

1.  Donate bushels by asking us to transfer bushels to Grain for Groceries.  Dollars will be doubled by Monsanto through the Invest an Acre program! 

2.  Spread the word to help feed Sg County by the bushel through the Kansas Food Bank.

Just give us a call at 777-1121 if you want more information or if you would like to make a donation of bushels.

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The Mulvane Cooperative Union did sustain damage in the flooding that occurred Friday night but we are open for business!

We are working diligently on getting everything cleaned up and are grateful for all of those customers and producers that have stopped in and offered their help. The strength and spirit of the Mulvane community is amazing!

Please stop in and see us and continue to support your local businesses.




PRICE RANGE: $0.80 - $16.00

We have an excellent selection of work gloves. Sizes range from X-Small to XXL and prices vary. We also carry TKO chemical gloves.



Rodent Repellent

 Price Range: $1.00-$22.35


Automotive Supplies

 Price Range: $1.00-$36.30

















Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on September 28, 2016, 05:12:07 AM CDT
Local Weather

Mulvane, Kansas (67110)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 60°F Dew point: 53°F
Humidity: 78% Pressure: 29.92 in. Hg
Wind: 6 mph From: West



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Kansas USDA Newswire

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Wheat -

Wheat futures were higher on the day.  Most contracts posted gains of at least a nickel, and some MPLS contracts were up more than 9 cents. The

Cattle -

Live cattle futures were sharply lower on Tuesday, with the front two contracts finishing the session limit down. Feeders were also much lower with

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures posted triple digit losses on the day including a sharp drop into the close to log new life of contract lows for most

Cotton -

Cotton futures ended the Tuesday session mostly lower with December and March down 34 and 30 points, respectively.  Thinly traded October ended

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled mostly 2 3/4 cents higher  on Tuesday.  Steady crop condition ratings were apparently priced in following the sharp

Corn -

Corn futures settled mostly 2 3/4 cents higher  on Tuesday.  Steady crop condition ratings were apparently priced in following the sharp

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