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CG&S Joins COMARK EQUITY ALLIANCE

Built on Trust and Integrity - Focused on Service, Growth, and Efficiency

 

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

jfrazier@ceagrain.com

316-570-2239

 

 

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

 

 

 

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Hogs Push Downside on Tuesday
Week-to-date prices show lean hog futures down from $4.35 to $2.70 across the front months after follow through selling left Tuesday near the day’s low and another 25 to 75 cents in the red. December hog futures were the outlier with a 47 cent gain at the bell. The USDA...
Triple Digit Gains in Cotton Market
Front month cotton futures reversed higher on Tuesday, up by 117 to 166 points. That has the March contract at a net 43 point gain for the week. USDA’s Attache sees Mexico’s cotton crop reaching 1.46m bales, compared to the official 1.4m bale estimate. Domestic use was also raised, reducing...
Cattle Recovered on Turnaround Tuesday
After two rounds of futures trading the Dec cattle contract is at a net 40 cent loss for the week, with Feb 32 cents in the red. Tuesday settled with the board back up by 10 to 27 cents, but off the intra-day highs. Central Stockyard’s FCE had 1,691 head...
Wheat Closes Mixed on SRW Recovery
Chicago wheat futures firmed up after Monday’s drop for a light turnaround Tuesday. At the close, they had given most of the double digit gains back and settled mostly higher within a penny of UNCH. KC wheat continued lower, dropping another 3 to 8 3/4 cents across the front months....
Soy Futures Complex Mixed with Stronger Beans
The soy complex traded mixed to tighten crush margins on Tuesday. Meal futures ended with 0.7% to 1.23% losses, while soy oil bounced back from midday lows to close mixed. Soybeans traded mostly higher, in a -8 1/4 to +11 1/4 cent intraday range (Jan). At the close prices were...
Corn Spreads Shifted on Tuesday
New crop corn futures ended the session fractionally higher to nearby losses of 1 3/4 cents. Dec 2022 was down by 3 cents as deliveries approach with FND tomorrow. The Dec-Dec spread tightened to a 54 1/4 cent inverse. USDA’s Ag Attache sees the 22/23 Brazilian corn crop at 126...

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