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@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 615'0 620'6 615'0 620'0 4'0 616'0 06:37A Chart for @MW4U
Dec 14 627'0 631'0 625'4 631'0 4'6 626'2 06:37A Chart for @MW4Z
Mar 15 639'6 642'6 639'6 642'6 4'0 638'6 06:37A Chart for @MW5H
May 15 644'4 646'2 Chart for @MW5K
Jul 15 656'6 654'0 Chart for @MW5N
Sep 15 662'6 663'2 662'6 663'2 1'6 661'4 06:33A Chart for @MW5U
Dec 15 674'0 675'4 674'0 675'4 1'4 674'0 06:33A Chart for @MW5Z
Mar 16 700'0 0'0 700'0s 06:04A Chart for @MW6H
KW - HARD RED WINTER WHEAT - KCBT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 625'0 625'0 625'0 625'0 8'6 625'6s 07/31 Chart for KW4U
Dec 14 638'0 638'0 638'0 638'0 6'6 639'0s 07/31 Chart for KW4Z
Mar 15 655'2 4'4 644'2s 07/31 Chart for KW5H
May 15 660'0 4'0 647'4s 07/31 Chart for KW5K
Jul 15 649'6 4'4 637'6s 07/31 Chart for KW5N
W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 529'0 530'0 529'0 530'0 3'0 530'2s 07/31 Chart for W4U
Dec 14 549'4 550'0 549'4 550'0 0'6 550'2s 07/31 Chart for W4Z
Mar 15 572'0 -0'4 572'2s 07/31 Chart for W5H
May 15 584'4 -0'6 586'0s 07/31 Chart for W5K
Jul 15 598'0 -1'6 595'6s 07/31 Chart for W5N
S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Aug 14 1225'4 1227'0 1225'4 1227'0 4'0 1224'4s 07/31 Chart for S4Q
Sep 14 1102'4 1102'4 1102'4 1102'4 -2'4 1099'6s 07/31 Chart for S4U
Nov 14 1079'4 1086'0 1076'4 1081'0 0'6 1082'0s 07/31 Chart for S4X
Jan 15 1090'2 1'2 1090'2s 07/31 Chart for S5F
Mar 15 1078'0 1'6 1097'4s 07/31 Chart for S5H
May 15 1111'4 1'4 1104'0s 07/31 Chart for S5K
Jul 15 1110'2 0'6 1110'2s 07/31 Chart for S5N
Aug 15 1105'6 1'0 1105'6s 07/31 Chart for S5Q
C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 360'0 361'2 356'6 357'0 -4'6 357'0s 07/31 Chart for C4U
Dec 14 370'0 371'2 366'6 366'6 -4'4 367'0s 07/31 Chart for C4Z
Mar 15 382'0 382'0 379'0 379'0 -4'0 379'4s 07/31 Chart for C5H
DJ - DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 16680.00 16710.00 16490.00 16515.00 - 327.00 16494.00s 07/31 Chart for DJ4U
Dec 14 16760.00 - 327.00 16410.00s 07/31 Chart for DJ4Z
Mar 15 16331.00 - 327.00 16331.00s 07/31 Chart for DJ5H
ND - NASDAQ 100 INDEX - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Sep 14 3937.00 3943.00 3883.00 3896.00 - 83.75 3884.75s 07/31 Chart for ND4U
Dec 14 3900.00 3904.00 - 83.50 3877.50s 07/31 Chart for ND4Z
Mar 15 3871.00 - 83.50 3871.00s 07/31 Chart for ND5H
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HALLOCK CO-OP ELEVATOR
Zach Beaudry-General Manager
Office: 218-843-2624
Zach Cell: 701-739-0469


July 28: Accepting wheat and soybeans.  Wheat basis will continue to soften the closer we get to harvest.  Railcar values are very high at the moment as well which will also work against our basis.  Loading a train this week; plan on having room.  Also, I am in need of high protein wheat!  Call to make a deal!
 Soybeans switched over to new crop price. Let's keep the wheat moving!


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


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Rain Friday in Plains, Delta, Southeast
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

Areas in the southwestern Plains, Delta and Southeast will see rain today. The central Prairies will also some light rain. Elsewhere, conditions will be dry. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 5:57AM Fri Aug 1, 2014 CDT

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Crops Technology Editor
Thursday, July 17, 2014 11:54AM CDT

DECATUR, Ill. (DTN) -- I've always been lucky. Well ... I rarely go through a yard or a patch of clover without finding a four-leaf clover. Around one out of 10,000 clovers have four leaves, so I count it as a gift. I also find five-leaf versions routinely and have found up to seven leaves on clovers.

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