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News from Farmer's Cooperative Association:
  • Information about mycotoxin in corn and feeding precautions is available from Pennsylvania State University. Click here for the PDF, "Mold and mycotoxin problems in livestock feeding."
  • Check your mailboxes soon for the winter issue of "Farm Lines" - and check the Newsletters page for previous issues you may have missed!
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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on February 26, 2015, 05:17:50 PM CST
Local Weather

Tonkawa, Oklahoma (74654)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 29°F Dew point: -1°F
Humidity: 27% Pressure: 30.42 in. Hg
Wind: 13 mph From: North



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Lo: 11°

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AG Market Commentary
Wheat -

Wheat futures closed mostly higher on the day, and March CBT wheat gained more than a nickel, but Kansas City and Minneapolis each lost about a

Soybeans -

Soybean futures surged to a seven-week high for the March contract, and closed with double digit gains, partially because of end-of-month buying by

Cattle -

Live cattle futures closed almost $3 higher while most feeder cattle contracts posted even larger gains. The CME feeder cattle index reported for

Corn -

Corn futures closed almost a nickel higher, despite export sales that fell slightly short of the trade expectations, and a sharply higher US Dollar

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed down by more than $2.17 in April and $2.60 in May, while June held on better with a loss of just $1.35. The latest CME Lean

Cotton -

Cotton futures closed about a third of a cent lower at midday, perhaps pressured by the soaring dollar, which was up more than a 1000 points, at

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