Stonega Update

We are pleased to announce that the United Coop Board of Directors approved a plan to build a new grain handling facility at our Stonega location.  The dirt work will begin this fall, and they will hit the ground running in spring of 2021 with the project completed by fall of 2021.  The new facility will include a 140,000 bushel wet-holding corn bin, a 20,000 bushel an hour leg, a 4,500 bushel an hour dryer, and a 580,000 bushel dry corn bin.  We are very excited to make this announcement and show our commitment to our customers.  Thank you for your continued support!

Due to the coronavirus, United Coop is asking all customers to limit their visits to business only when visiting any of our locations. Some locations may have limited (1 entrance) ways to enter. United Coop's reason is to help keep our customers and employees healthy during these times.

United Coop will start to received corn and beans free price later on January 15, 2020. Please check with the location you will be hauling as may be times they will unable to accept if have space limitations. Free price later grain must be sold for nearby prices only and can not be sold for defrerred delivery prices.

 

 

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Webster City, Iowa (50595)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 79°F Dew point: 63°F
Humidity: 58% Pressure: 29.86 in. Hg
Wind: 14 mph From: South

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Monday
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Hi: 89°
Lo: 62°
Tuesday
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Hi: 94°
Lo: 70°
Wednesday
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Hi: 85°
Lo: 66°
Thursday
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Hi: 89°
Lo: 64°
Friday
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Hi: 84°
Lo: 65°

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Commentary
Beans Close Mixed Down from Midday -

After trading with midday gains, front month bean futures end the first day of June fractionally lower to 1 3/4 cents higher. Soybean meal futures

Ag Market Commentary -

The first trading day of June left corn futures 2 1/2 to 3 1/4 cents lower. National average cash corn prices are up 5% from the April 20th low but

Corn Closed Lower on Monday -

The first trading day of June left corn futures 2 1/2 to 3 1/4 cents lower. National average cash corn prices are up 5% from the April 20th low but

Cotton Closed Higher -

The front month July cotton futures spiked 2.47 cents/lb higher to 60.06. The other front months closed 11 to 130 points higher on Monday. Old to

Wheat Trades Lower on Monday -

June trading starts off with a loss for front month wheat futures. KC was down the most, with 6 to 8 cent losses. SRW wheat futures traded 2 1/4 to

Hogs Close with Triple Digit Losses -

Lean hog futures ended the Monday session $1.62 to $2.25 lower. June hogs were down the most, at $54.60 ahead of next Friday’s (12th) expiration.

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