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4134 US Highway 117 S. Rose Hill, NC 28458

PO Box 759 Rose Hill, NC 28458


  • Grain Procurement Department: 910-289-2100

  • Robbie Montgomery: 910-260-1633

  • George Barkin: 919-601-9478

  • Nicole Giddens: 910-990-0886

  • Kelli Weeks: 910-282-4266

  • David Hull:757-899-0172



What to plant behind wheat - double crop analysis

Beans or Grain Sorghum?  Nick Piggot, Professor and Extension Specialist from NCSU analyzes the economics of both options based on historical yields and current bean/sorghum prices.  Read more here

 

Free risk management workshops for farmers

The Marketing Division of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services is planning a series of risk management workshops on “Managing Price Volatility/Identifying Macro Indicators”.  There is no charge for these workshops and the following topics will be covered: Introduction to Grain Hedging, Basis Trading, Cost of Carry, Cotton Futures, Option Trading on Futures and Equities, and macro forces impacting the hedger.

See schedule and registration instructions here (Jan 8, Jan 22, Jan 24, Feb 12, Feb 13, Feb 25, Mar 11, Mar 14)

BASF -- Maximize Wheat Yields

Caramba, the best-in-class Triazole fungicide, shows superior repression of DON levels in wheat grain, thus maximizing yields for growers and providing high quality grain for livestock.

Caramba Fungicide


BAYER -- Increase Wheat Yield

Prosaro fungicide from Bayer CropScience gives farmers powerful activity on both leaf and head diseases for broad spectrum disease control. This superior activity delivers proven yield and quality increases under a wide range of environmental conditions.

More info

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Chart of the Week

Futures
Contract Previous Open High Low Last Change Close
CORN (May) 5.0350 5.0275 5.0750 4.9950 5.0125 -0.0225 5.0125
CORN (July) 5.0950 5.0825 5.1350 5.0550 5.0725 -0.0225 5.0725
CORN (September) 5.0725 5.0550 5.1125 5.0300 5.0500 -0.0225 5.0500
CORN (December) 5.0450 5.0300 5.0875 5.0050 5.0275 -0.0175 5.0275
CORN (March) 5.1250 5.1100 5.1650 5.0850 5.1075 -0.0175 5.1075
CORN (May) 5.1875 5.1700 5.2225 5.1450 5.1675 -0.0200 5.1675
SOYBEANS (May) 14.6850 14.6850 14.7400 14.6400 14.7200 0.0350 14.7200
SOYBEANS (July) 14.6475 14.6375 14.7200 14.6050 14.7000 0.0525 14.7000
SOYBEANS (August) 14.0050 14.0000 14.1100 13.9700 14.0950 0.0900 14.0950
SOYBEANS (September) 12.8550 12.8525 12.9150 12.7925 12.9025 0.0475 12.9025
SOYBEANS (November) 12.2750 12.2675 12.3200 12.1900 12.3100 0.0350 12.3100
SOYBEANS (January) 12.3300 12.3275 12.3750 12.2500 12.3675 0.0375 12.3675
SOYBEAN MEAL (May) 478.1 479.1 482.4 477.5 480.2 2.1 480.2
SOYBEAN MEAL (July) 469.0 469.0 472.3 467.8 470.7 1.7 470.7
SOYBEAN MEAL (August) 443.6 443.9 447.0 442.8 446.4 2.8 446.4
SOYBEAN MEAL (September) 415.5 415.6 418.7 413.9 418.2 2.7 418.2
SOYBEAN MEAL (October) 385.4 383.9 388.6 382.8 387.6 2.2 387.6
SOYBEAN MEAL (December) 383.0 383.2 386.0 380.8 385.0 2.0 385.0
LIVE CATTLE (April) 144.250 144.650 144.700 144.650 144.700 0.450 144.250
LIVE CATTLE (June) 135.850 136.300 136.650 136.300 136.500 0.650 135.850
LIVE CATTLE (August) 134.900 135.200 135.325 135.200 135.225 0.325 134.900
LEAN HOGS (May) 122.900 122.075 122.075 122.000 122.075 -0.825 122.900
LEAN HOGS (June) 125.550 125.425 125.500 125.350 125.350 -0.200 125.550
LEAN HOGS (July) 123.950
FEEDER CATTLE (May) 179.600 179.625 179.675 179.550 179.650 0.050 179.600
FEEDER CATTLE (August) 184.050 184.075 184.125 184.025 184.025 -0.025 184.050
FEEDER CATTLE (September) 184.025 184.125 184.125 184.125 184.125 0.100 184.025
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