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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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If you need grass seed,

lawn fertilizer, insecticides, etc.,

come see us!  We are

fully stocked! 



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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on April 21, 2015, 12:00:08 AM CDT
Local Weather

Mulvane, Kansas (67110)

Current Conditions: Scattered Clouds
Temperature: 48°F Dew point: 36°F
Humidity: 63% Pressure: 29.92 in. Hg
Wind: 5 mph From: Southwest



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Kansas USDA Newswire
Wheat -

Wheat futures finished the day with increases of 3-6 cents. Weekly USDA export inspections totaled a solid 564,502 MT, above both last week and the

Soybeans -

Soybeans gained 6-9 cents today, boosted by ideas that Brazilian truckers will not get what they are seeking when the Wednesday deadline arrives,

Cattle -

Live cattle futures showed pronounced weakness for the second session in a row and ended more than $2 in the red—more than $3 in the case

Corn -

Corn futures drifted about 2 cents lower today.  USDA weekly export inspections through April 16 totaled 1.068 MMT, up 24% from the

Lean Hogs -

 Lean hog futures opened higher then dropped, ending down 25-75 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index for April 16 is up another 75 cents at

Cotton -

Cotton closed down as much as a quarter-cent as a rising dollar and higher stock market are pulling money away from commodities. Certified stocks

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