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Cooperative Grain & Supply is excited to announce a new grain alliance partnership with CoMark Equity Alliance (CEA) beginning February 1, 2022.  As a result, CG&S is no longer affiliated with the company, or the employees of the company, formally known as TMA.


Please contact CG&S or our CEA risk management Advisor Jeff Frazier for all of your future grain and risk management needs.


Jeff Frazier

CEA Risk Management Advisor




Thank you for the past, present, and future support of Cooperative Grain & Supply. 




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Cotton Gaining through Midday
Cotton prices are trading higher through Thursday’s session with the front months more than 130 points off their earlier lows for the day and 44 to 63 points in the black. Weekly cotton bookings were reported at 281,281 RBs for the week that ended 3/23. That was down from 310k...
Mixed Midday for Hog Market
Lean hog futures are trading 35 to 50 cents higher in the summer and fall months. The nearby April and May contracts are down but by less than 20 cents so far. The National Average Afternoon Base Hog price was 13 cents lower to $75.51. The CME Lean Hog Index...
New Contract Highs for Cattle
Cattle futures have rallied back more than the entire drop from earlier this month, and are back to setting new contract highs. The April contract is up $1 at midday. Feeder cattle futures are trading 32 to 95 cents higher so far, with March set to roll off the board...
Wheats Mostly Pulling Back at Midday
Front month wheat futures are mixed at Thursday’s midday. Futures are more than a dime off their earlier highs with SRW down 7 to 9 1/4 cents at midday. KC wheat is still fractionally in the black at midday. Spring wheat futures are mixed within 3 cents of UNCH so...
Beans Lower with Soy Oil
Soymeal futures are trading $1.10 to $2.30/ton higher through midday, while beans and oil are red so far. The midday losses in soybean futures are capped at 2 cents as the November contract has seen a tighter 7 cent range for the session so far. BO futures are down by...
Corn Futures Red for Midday
The front month corn futures market is fractionally to 3 cents in the red at midday. The May contract has seen a 6 3/4 cent range so far for the session. USDA reported another private export sale of 178k MT of old crop corn sold to China under the daily...

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