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We will be closed September 1 for Labor Day

and September 2 for Inventory. 


New Face in Mulvane!

Stop by and meet our new Location Manager and Agronomist, Darrell Schulle.  Darrell comes to Mulvane from Danville Co-op and had previously worked at Two Rivers Co-op in Udall.  Contact Darrell for all your chemical, crop production and soil management needs!




$1.95 per gallon

  We are booking pre-paid propane now through September 15, 2014!

*Must contract at least 400 gallons.

Customers will only pay for propane on the contract.  Tax will be billed at the time of delivery. 

If the all the contracted propane isn't used by March 31, 2015, the remaining dollars will be credited back to your account in April, 2015.

  Please give us a call if you have any questions.

Mulvane - 316/777-1121                Clearwater - 620/584-2011




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Local Weather

Mulvane, Kansas (67110)

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Wheat -

Wheat futures closed 3 to 4 cents higher in Chicago, but lost 1 to 2 3/4 in KC. MPLS was down 2 1/2 to 3 3/4 cents. Australian sources are

Cattle -

Cattle futures were 82 cents to $1.44 higher on Wednesday.  Higher cattle and lower corn had feeders bouncing $.70 to $2.35. Wholesale beef

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled 1 1/2 to 2 cents lower today.  Improving harvest weather had something to do with it, and so did a 14 month high in

Soybeans -

Soybean futures settled 1 1/2 to 2 cents higher this afternoon. Soybean meal was down $1.90 to pressure product value, but a 58 point pop in soy oil

Cotton -

Cotton futures were up 13 to 162 points, with the thin October posting the triple digit gain as it comes up on delivery notices. December was only

Lean Hogs -

Hog futures were the mirror image of cattle, losing $.75 to $2.25 for the day. The CME Index was up another $0.96 at $103.22, firming the basis. The

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