Meade Co-op Announcements

Welcome to Meade Co-op. Our new website offers the following features for you our client:

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Announcements: 

 

  • Due to the new expanded trading hours, we will purchase grain and issue new crop contracts from 8:30 AM through 1:00 PM during Market Hours.  If you have any questions about the new trading hours, contact us at the Main Office at 620-873-2161.
  • We will be changing out the fuel pumps at the Station starting Monday Feb 3 and could be out through Feb 7. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please call if you need bulk delivery. The newly installed diesel will be high speed in an attempt to better serve our customers.
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Meade Co-op Cash Bids
Name Basis Cash Price Futures Change Basis Month Futures Price
Wheat
Corn
Milo
Soybeans

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Quotes retrieved on February 19, 2020, 05:34:03 PM CST
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.
Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on February 19, 2020, 05:34:03 PM CST
Local Weather
Weather radar map

Meade, Kansas (67864)

Current Conditions: Fog
Temperature: 31°F Dew point: 28°F
Humidity: 89% Pressure: 30.30 in. Hg
Wind: 9 mph From: East

Forecast

Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 34°
Lo: 17°
Thursday
Weather condition
Hi: 32°
Lo: 19°
Friday
Weather condition
Hi: 47°
Lo: 28°
Saturday
Weather condition
Hi: 53°
Lo: 33°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 49°
Lo: 26°

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Commentary
Wheat Closes with Losses -

The wheat market rallied back from near double digit midday losses, but still finished negative. Chicago futures closed 1 1/4 cent to 2 1/2 cents

Corn Gives back Gains -

Wednesday trading in the corn futures market pushed prices back down, with contracts closing 2 to 2 1/2 cents lower in the front months. The

Hogs Post Wednesday Gains -

Lean hog futures climbed triple digits on Wednesday trading, with April contracts the strongest. Front month futures closed $1.75 to $2.07 higher on

Cotton Continues Double Digits Higher -

Cotton futures gained 61 to 80 points during the Wednesday session, with the larger gains in the deferred contracts. The dollar was firmer, with the

Beans Rebound on Wednesday -

Soybeans finished the Wednesday session with gains in the front months. Deferred months were the weakest, while March soybeans were up a nickel.

Cattle Mixed to Mostly Higher -

Live cattle futures came back from midday losses and ended the session with 10 to 30 cent gains, as Feb was 12 cents lower. Feeder cattle continued

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