FEED MEETING TUESDAY HAD A LOT OF INFORMATION.  IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR WANT TO PLACE YOUR ORDER CALL RICHARD OR JOE.
THANK YOU BILL ANGEL WITH ADM FOR THE INFORMATON.
THANK YOU DR WALKER FOR YOUR TIME AS WELL.
 

 

 

CALL THE RUSH CENTER STATION TO SET UP YOUR NEXT OIL CHANGE! 

 

 
 

 

 

 

CALL BRIAN PENKA, AGRONOMIST, JOE SCHLAUTMAN, GRAIN MARKETING OR RICHARD HARMON, GM, FOR ALL YOUR FARM CHEMICAL, SEED AND FEED NEEDS.

785-372-4239  

Cash Bids
Notes Basis Month Cash Price Basis Price Change
Wheat
.Milo
Corn
Soybeans
Sunflowers

Quotes retrieved on February 23, 2017, 08:01:28 AM CST
Cardtrol Fuel Prices
10% Ethanol

$2.139

Farm Diesel $2.009
Hiway Diesel $2.459

 

Propane Price
Propane
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Local Weather

Rush Center, Kansas (67575)

Current Conditions: Few Clouds
Temperature: 51°F Dew point: 38°F
Humidity: 61% Pressure: 29.59 in. Hg
Wind: 12 mph From: Northeast

Forecast

Thursday

Hi: ND°
Lo: ND°
Friday

Hi: 66°
Lo: 31°
Saturday

Hi: 38°
Lo: 20°
Sunday

Hi: 45°
Lo: 26°
Monday

Hi: 51°
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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on February 23, 2017, 08:01:28 AM CST
Commentary
Cotton -

Cotton futures are 20 to 30 points higher this morning after being mixed on Wednesday (with March 17 the only contract that ended in positive

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures finished Wednesday with triple digit losses in several contracts, with April 17 $2.60 lower. The CME Lean Hog Index for 2/20 was at

Cattle -

Live cattle futures posted a triple digit gain in Feb 17, while April and June were up 77.5 and 47.5 cents respectively. Feeder futures were 27.5 to

Wheat -

Wheat futures are steady to 1 1/2 cents lower in Chicago SRW and KC HRW this morning. The MPLS spring wheat contract is up 1/4 to 3/4 cents. All

Soybeans -

Soybean futures are trading 3 to 4 cents lower this morning. They settled yesterday mainly 3 1/2 cents lower in the front month yesterday, with some

Corn -

Corn futures are currently 1/4 to 3/4 lower, after closing Wednesday 1 3/4 cents higher in most contracts. South Korea purchased 55,000 MT of US

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