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Did you know?

 Did you know we offer Deferred Payment Contracts?  You can sell grain now, which stops the storage and locks in your price, and not take payment until January 2, 2015.  These contracts pay 1.25% interest from the date you sell until January 2.  Give Marsha or Kathy in the Mulvane office a call if you are interested.



 Attention Propane Customers!

Safety Alert!

 Your safety is our number one goal

With the recent drought and earthquake activity we have had in the area, we, as your propane provider, would like to take a moment and make you aware of the stress and damage this puts on your propane lines.  Anytime the ground is dry, it will begin to crack.  If the soil moves, the propane line has to move with it.  Now, if the line going into your house is a solid 90º, the line has nowhere to go and it will either bend or break, which becomes a major concern. Below you will see pictures of a proper and safe installation allowing lines to move and be able to flex freely.  Please take the time to look at the propane line entering your home.  If it does not have a swing joint or flex line, we strongly recommend having this changed.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at 316/777-1121.  Thank you.

Bobby Main

Mulvane Coop

LP Department












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Local Weather

Mulvane, Kansas (67110)

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Cotton -

Cotton futures finished the day with losses mostly between 17 and 85 points.  The 2 day surge in the US dollar index did some damage to

Corn -

Corn futures ended the Thursday session slightly lower, after posting gains of more than 10 cents on Wednesday.  Net export sales for the

Soybeans -

Soybean futures were mostly 18 to 19 cents lower by the end of the session; giving back about half of their gain from Wednesday when November posted

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended the Thursday session slightly lower, after posting gains of more than 10 cents on Wednesday.  Net export sales for the

Lean Hogs -

Hog futures took another triple digit hit in the nose today.  December hogs lost $1.40 on the day, closing with an 85 cent discount to the

Cattle -

Cattle futures closed higher on the session, with October futures up $1.50 and closing above $170 for the first time ever.  That contract

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