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@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 576'6 583'0 567'4 567'4 -9'4 568'6s 05/24 Chart for @MW5N
Sep 15 589'2 594'0 578'4 578'4 -9'2 580'0s 05/24 Chart for @MW5U
Dec 15 601'0 606'6 592'2 593'4 -9'2 593'2s 05/24 Chart for @MW5Z
Mar 16 615'0 620'0 604'6 606'0 -9'4 605'6s 05/24 Chart for @MW6H
May 16 614'2 619'2 614'0 614'0 -7'2 614'2s 05/24 Chart for @MW6K
Jul 16 618'2 618'2 618'2 618'2 -7'0 618'2s 05/24 Chart for @MW6N
Sep 16 628'4 -7'0 617'4s 05/24 Chart for @MW6U
Dec 16 630'0 -7'4 628'0s 05/24 Chart for @MW6Z
KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 555'4 -11'2 546'4s 05/22 Chart for KW5N
Sep 15 520'0 -10'6 557'0s 05/22 Chart for KW5U
Dec 15 569'4 -10'2 573'4s 05/22 Chart for KW5Z
Mar 16 549'6 -9'2 586'2s 05/22 Chart for KW6H
May 16 558'4 -9'0 594'0s 05/22 Chart for KW6K
W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 514'4 516'0 514'4 514'6 -6'6 515'2s 05/22 Chart for W5N
Sep 15 527'4 -6'4 523'0s 05/22 Chart for W5U
Dec 15 497'2 -5'4 537'0s 05/22 Chart for W5Z
Mar 16 524'0 -4'2 551'4s 05/22 Chart for W6H
May 16 535'4 -3'4 560'2s 05/22 Chart for W6K
S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 937'6 940'4 925'0 925'0 -14'2 924'2s 05/22 Chart for S5N
Aug 15 922'0 922'0 922'0 922'0 -13'4 916'2s 05/22 Chart for S5Q
Sep 15 919'6 -12'6 907'4s 05/22 Chart for S5U
Nov 15 919'6 919'6 907'0 907'4 -11'4 907'0s 05/22 Chart for S5X
Jan 16 927'0 927'0 920'0 927'0 -10'6 914'6s 05/22 Chart for S6F
Mar 16 966'0 -10'2 920'6s 05/22 Chart for S6H
May 16 960'0 -10'2 925'0s 05/22 Chart for S6K
Jul 16 930'4 -10'6 930'4s 05/22 Chart for S6N
C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jul 15 366'6 366'6 359'4 360'0 -5'0 360'0s 05/22 Chart for C5N
Sep 15 373'0 373'0 366'4 366'4 -4'6 366'6s 05/22 Chart for C5U
Dec 15 377'6 377'6 377'2 377'2 -4'4 377'6s 05/22 Chart for C5Z
DJ - DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 15 18240.00 18260.00 18195.00 18213.00 - 34.00 18224.00s 05/22 Chart for DJ5M
Sep 15 17617.00 215.00 17617.00s Chart for DJ5U
Dec 15 17527.00 215.00 17527.00s Chart for DJ5Z
ND - NASDAQ 100 INDEX - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Jun 15 4526.00 4541.50 4523.00 4528.00 4528.75s 05/22 Chart for ND5M
Sep 15 4243.50 55.75 4243.50s Chart for ND5U
Dec 15 4244.00 55.75 4244.00s Chart for ND5Z
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HALLOCK CO-OP ELEVATOR
Zach Beaudry-General Manager
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Thank-you for visiting our website.  Call Zach for the most current market news.  The Hallock Co-op Elevator has been serving the area since 1912.  We look forward to growing and working with all farmers of the area.  Call us to see what we can do for you; we're committed to serving our members.

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Protein scale on the day the contract is made is where scales will be set
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2015 and 2016 HTA contracts are free
 Wheat scales @ -15 each 1/5 14-13, -8 each 1/5 13-12 max discount @ $1.15
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Temp: 66oF Feels Like: 66oF
Humid: 60% Dew Pt: 52oF
Barom: 29.79 Wind Dir: N
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 6 mph
Sunrise: 5:34 Sunset: 9:14
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Widspread Rains Saturday
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

During Saturday, light to moderate rain will cover all but the Northern Plains, with showers also noted in the Great Basin. This rain area will continue Saturday night, with heavy rain forming in the already-wet areas of southern Kansas, Oklahoma and northern through central Texas. » More DTN Weather Commentary

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Crops Technology Editor
Friday, May 22, 2015 7:23PM CDT

DECATUR, Ill. (DTN) -- Reports that black cutworm are at work in cornfields have filled my inbox this week. I know it's showing my soft farm girl side when I say that rowing the first field of corn each spring takes my breath away. On the flip side, nothing makes my stomach turn faster than seeing a path of healthy corn mowed down by this despicable pest. Wait... yesterday's word that armyworms are clipping heads of wheat may be worse -- that crop has almost made it to the finish line.

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