Announcements

 

Notice

 

New Crop Corn/Milo Harvest Hours

We are committed to accommodating your harvest needs.  Please call for daily hours as they will change with the weather and producer needs. 

 

COVID-19 UPDATE

We respectfully request that a face mask be worn by all visitors to our Co-op facilities.  We must all take personal responsibility to stop the spread of the virus.   

*On request we will deliver your farm store purchases to your waiting vehicle here at the Co-op.

Please give us a call @ (830)934-2139 

 

 

DO NOT FORGET TO SIGN UP & CHECK THIS PAGE DAILY FOR OUR UPDATED DELIVERED BASIS AND CASH GRAIN BIDS!

 

General Manager

Robert L. Braden

(830)275-9204

Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on August 12, 2020, 09:57:18 AM CDT
Local Weather
Weather radar map

Knippa, Texas (78870)

Current Conditions: Scattered Clouds
Temperature: 81°F Dew point: 73°F
Humidity: 77% Pressure: 30.00 in. Hg
Wind: 11 mph From: South

Forecast

Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 100°
Lo: 75°
Thursday
Weather condition
Hi: 101°
Lo: 74°
Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 101°
Lo: 73°
Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 101°
Lo: 72°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 102°
Lo: 72°

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Commentary
Ag Market Commentary -

Positioning ahead of USDA’s reports has corn futures steady to 1 cent lower. Yesterday, futures closed fractionally mixed. Corn has dropped 34

Cotton Market 13 to 18 Higher -

Cotton is trading 13 to 18 points higher ahead of USDA first crop production forecast of the year. Front month cotton futures were up by 69 to 75

Lean Hogs Still Fighting Processing Backlog -

Turnaround Tuesday action saw front month lean hog futures lower as much as $2. August futures closed a nickel lower to $53.07 ahead of Friday’s

Soybeans Fractionally Lower -

Soybeans are fractionally lower this morning ahead of USDA’s reports. Front month beans closed fractionally mixed on Tuesday. Meal futures fell

Wheat Surrenders Tuesday Gains Overnight -

Wheat markets are 1 to 4 cents per bushel lower this morning, with Chicago SRW the weakest. SRW wheat futures were up by 3 to 4 cents at the

Cattle Market Higher As Packers Fill Labor Day Pipeline -

The front month cattle futures closed $0.47 to $1.15 higher on the day. Feeder cattle futures also rallied triple digits on Tuesday with gains of as

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