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@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 620'2 620'2 616'0 616'0 1'0 615'0 08:45A Chart for @MW4U
Dec 14 628'0 628'6 625'0 625'2 -4'4 629'6 08:45A Chart for @MW4Z
Mar 15 641'0 643'4 638'0 638'0 -5'0 643'0 08:45A Chart for @MW5H
May 15 650'0 652'6 Chart for @MW5K
Jul 15 655'2 655'2 655'2 655'2 -4'6 660'0 08:45A Chart for @MW5N
Sep 15 671'4 675'0 661'0 666'0 -2'0 667'0s 08:45A Chart for @MW5U
Dec 15 689'0 689'0 689'0 689'0 -2'2 679'2s 08:45A Chart for @MW5Z
Mar 16 680'0 -9'2 681'6s 08:30A Chart for @MW6H
KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 642'6 -8'6 626'2s 08/29 Chart for KW4U
Dec 14 642'4 643'0 641'4 643'0 -2'0 642'6s 08/29 Chart for KW4Z
Mar 15 630'4 -1'6 651'4s 08/29 Chart for KW5H
May 15 682'4 -1'0 655'4s 08/29 Chart for KW5K
Jul 15 630'0 0'4 646'0s 08/29 Chart for KW5N
W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 551'0 551'0 551'0 551'0 -6'2 550'2s 08/29 Chart for W4U
Dec 14 563'0 563'0 562'0 562'0 -8'2 563'4s 08/29 Chart for W4Z
Mar 15 582'0 582'0 582'0 582'0 -8'6 582'4s 08/29 Chart for W5H
May 15 588'4 -8'4 592'2s 08/29 Chart for W5K
Jul 15 624'4 -6'0 599'2s 08/29 Chart for W5N
S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 1086'0 15'6 1089'4s 08/29 Chart for S4U
Nov 14 1030'4 1030'6 1030'4 1030'6 6'4 1024'2 08:35A Chart for S4X
Jan 15 1039'0 1039'0 1031'0 1031'2 -4'0 1032'4s 08/29 Chart for S5F
Mar 15 1044'4 -3'2 1040'4s 08/29 Chart for S5H
May 15 1045'4 -4'0 1046'2s 08/29 Chart for S5K
Jul 15 1048'0 1048'0 1048'0 1048'0 -4'4 1050'2s 08/29 Chart for S5N
Aug 15 1049'6 -5'2 1049'6s 08/29 Chart for S5Q
Sep 15 1040'0 -4'4 1040'0s 08/29 Chart for S5U
C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 359'6 359'6 359'6 359'6 0'6 359'0 08:38A Chart for C4U
Dec 14 365'4 366'4 365'2 366'4 1'6 364'6 08:35A Chart for C4Z
Mar 15 378'0 378'0 378'0 378'0 0'2 377'6 08:30A Chart for C5H
DJ - DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 17088.00 17088.00 17055.00 17074.00 - 11.00 17085.00 08:42A Chart for DJ4U
Dec 14 16985.00 8.00 17001.00s 08/29 Chart for DJ4Z
Mar 15 16935.00 8.00 16935.00s 08/29 Chart for DJ5H
ND - NASDAQ 100 INDEX - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 4093.50 4095.50 4085.00 4086.00 4.00 4082.00 08:44A Chart for ND4U
Dec 14 4087.00 4087.00 4087.00 4087.00 12.50 4074.50 08:35A Chart for ND4Z
Mar 15 4068.25 12.25 4068.25s 08/29 Chart for ND5H
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HALLOCK CO-OP ELEVATOR
Zach Beaudry-General Manager
Office: 218-843-2624
Zach Cell: 701-739-0469


August 28: Not accepting any old crop wheat
August 29/30: Loading cars and/or trucks
 Soybeans switched over to new crop price
Open Saturday/Sunday pending weather

Wheat harvest hours: 7:30-8:30

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.


We are locking protein scales on all contracts. 
Protein scale on the day the contract is made is where scales will be set
(cash and bf contracts)

2014 and 2015 HTA contracts are free
Current and new crop wheat scales @ -10 each 1/5 14-12; max discount @ $1/+3 each 1/5 14-15
New crop winter wheat scales @ -10 12-11, max discount @ 50 cents/+0 12+


ALL WHEAT VOMITOXIN DISCOUNTS @ 4 CENTS EACH 1/5 OVER 2.0 PPM
REPRESENTIVE SAMPLES WILL BE KEPT AND SUBMITTED TO GRAIN INSPECTION OVER THE COURSE OF ASSEMBLIES; ALL SCAB, IF APPLICABLE, WILL GO TO DOCKAGE
HOPEFULLY THIS ISN'T AN ISSUE, WE'LL SEE AS WE GET INTO HARVEST; WINTER WHEAT VOMITOXIN LEVELS WERE ANYWHERE FROM 2.5-4.5 PPM


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Temp: 48oF Feels Like: 48oF
Humid: 94% Dew Pt: 46oF
Barom: 29.76 Wind Dir: SE
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 3 mph
Sunrise: 6:46 Sunset: 8:08
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DTN Weather Summary
Dry Monday for Most of Canada, US Areas
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

A swath of moderate to locally heavy rain is in store for the southern and eastern Midwest Tuesday, focusing on the Missouri Bootheel and Ohio Valley. We'll see a drier trend in the remainder of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions. Temperatures will be mild in northern and central areas, and hot in the southern sections. This combination is mostly favorable for crops; however, recently-hot conditions are diminishing soil moisture in the Southern Plains for wheat planting. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 5:53AM Tue Sep 2, 2014 CDT

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Crops Technology Editor
Thursday, August 28, 2014 7:40PM CDT

DECATUR, Illinois (DTN) -- I'm living in a lush garden this year. Another 1.75 inches of rain fell on my central Illinois home yesterday and some of the surrounding area got as much as 4 inches. That should be enough to make the kernels and pods fill into a central and south central Illinois bin buster. We had only a brief period of dry conditions during July, but the nights were downright chilly during that time. We've barely turned the lawnmowers off this summer.

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