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Notice

 

CURBSIDE PICKUP ONLY

In the interest of employee and customer health and well-being, you must place your purchase order prior to or on arrival to the Uvalde County Farmers Co-op Farm Store at (830)934-2139

Upon arrival, just give us a call and we will bring your order out to your vehicle.

 

Thank you for your consideration,  

 

General Manager

Robert L. Braden

(830)275-9204

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Market Snapshot
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Local Weather
Weather radar map

Knippa, Texas (78870)

Current Conditions: Cloudy
Temperature: 55°F Dew point: 52°F
Humidity: 89% Pressure: 29.94 in. Hg
Wind: 8 mph From: Northeast

Forecast

Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 59°
Lo: 55°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 73°
Lo: 63°
Monday
Weather condition
Hi: 80°
Lo: 68°
Tuesday
Weather condition
Hi: 87°
Lo: 69°
Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 90°
Lo: 67°

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Commentary
Hogs Down Limits again -

Lean hog futures closed with $4.25 to $4.50 losses in the front months. April hogs were $18.23 lower wk/wk. The April 1 CME Lean Hog Index was

Cattle Lower at Close -

Cattle futures closed Friday with $0.30 to $4.50 losses; they will trade with expanded limits on Monday. Feeder cattle futures dropped $2.42 to

Corn Closed Mixed -

At Friday’s close corn futures were a 1/4 to a penny higher in Sept and Dec contracts, while May and July contracts were lower. May corn was 15

Friday Beans Close Lower -

Soybeans closed the last trading day of the week 2 to 4 1/2 cents lower. For May futures that was a wk/wk drop of 27 1/4 cents. Soymeal futures

Cotton Gains Triple Digits -

Cotton closed the Friday session 96 to 122 points higher. From Friday to Friday, cotton was 31 points lower. Cotton speculative traders were 17,274

Ag Market Commentary -

At Friday’s close corn futures were a 1/4 to a penny higher in Sept and Dec contracts, while May and July contracts were lower. May corn was 15

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