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.

 

 

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Webster City, Iowa (50595)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 14°F Dew point: 12°F
Humidity: 92% Pressure: 30.25 in. Hg
Wind: 3 mph From: Northeast

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Wednesday
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Hi: 42°
Lo: 17°
Thursday
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Hi: 42°
Lo: 21°
Friday
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Hi: 43°
Lo: 23°
Saturday
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Hi: 41°
Lo: 21°
Sunday
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Hi: 39°
Lo: 16°

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Commentary
Beans Fade into Red at Close -

Front month bean futures ended the first trade session of the new month with 6 1/4 to 6 3/4 cent losses. Soybean meal futures also faded midday

Wheat Closes with Tuesday Losses -

Front month wheat futures closed the Tuesday session with additional losses. CBT wheat futures closed the session 7 to 7 3/4 cents in the red, with

Corn Closes a Nickel Lower -

After a failed attempt at Turnaround Tuesday, front month corn futures ended the session with 3 to 5 1/4 cent losses. There were zero deliveries

Cotton Ends Slightly Higher -

The cotton midday gains faded but the market  held on to 2 to 4 point gains at the close. There have been 275 deliveries against December

Cattle End Higher on Tuesday -

Live cattle futures were 30 to 45 cents higher at the close. Feeder cattle closed another 60 to 82 cents higher. The 11/30 CME Feeder Cattle Index

Hogs Close Mixed Mostly Higher -

Lean hog futures ended the session with 5 to 32 cent gains, save for a 60 cent loss in December and a 2 cent give back in April contracts. The CME

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