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Winter Grower Workshop Series Announced

The first of a five-part winter workshop series will be held on November 2nd at 11:00am in the conference room at the main office located on Mill street in Winfield. Jeff Stroup, a representative from Monsanto, will be facilitating the session on the new dicamba technology released in 2017. Come prepared to ask questions and share your thoughts. It is the desire of the Valley Coop agronomy department to cultivate an environment conducive of honest discussion around topics important to you. Space is limited, so contact David Abel at (620) 218-4427 or david@vcoop.com to reserve your seat today.


David S. Abel


Valley Coop Inc.Winter Workshops

First Thursday of the Month (Nov. – Mar.)

11:00 – 1:30pm Lunch Provided

811 Mill Street

Winfield, KS 67156

This five session workshop series was designed after polling area farmers about what they feel are the most pertinent topics. Valley Coop Inc. believes that educating growers for success is part of being a responsible business partner.


Dicamba (Jeff Stroup, Monsanto)

November 2, 2017

What to expect in 2018 Approved dicamba formulations and how they are different How to apply these chemicals and not get fined… or worse!

Fertility (Landon Oldham, Heartland Soil Services)

December 7, 2017

Grid Sampling

Variable Rate Technology (VRT)


Herbicide Programs (Danzey Nickel, Syngenta)

January 4, 2018

A comprehensive approach to weed management

Controlling resistant weeds

remaining two sessions are still being developed


Fall Harvest Location Contact Information:

Atlanta: 394-2290

Burden: 438-2314

New Salem: 221-4290

Kellogg: 221-0154

Hackney: 221-4370

Winfield: 221-2079

Main Office: 221-4343

General Manager (James’s Cell): 218-1189


Valley Coop Cash Bids
Name Delivery Start Delivery End Basis Month Futures Price Basis Cash Price Futures Change

Quotes retrieved on November 19, 2017, 12:32:06 AM CST
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Quotes retrieved on November 19, 2017, 12:32:06 AM CST
Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed Friday with most contracts 4 – 6 1/2 cents higher, as Dec came back to only lose a half cent on the week. Pre-weekend

Wheat -

Wheat futures were 3 to 5 1/2 cents higher in most contracts on Friday. The Friday Commitment of Traders report showed the big spec funds easing out

Corn -

Corn futures closed Friday with most contracts 4 – 6 1/2 cents higher, as Dec came back to only lose a half cent on the week. Pre-weekend

Cattle -

Live cattle futures finished the week with most contracts 45 to 90 cents in the red. Feeder cattle futures were down $1 to $2.175. The CME feeder

Soybeans -

Soybean futures settled with strong gains of 15 to 18 1/2 cents in most contracts, as Jan was +3 1/2 cents on the week. December meal was up

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures ended the week with most contracts mixed, as Dec was 55 cents higher on the day. The CME Lean Hog Index for 11/15 was down 40 cents

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Sunflowers are priced by the cwt and all other grains by the bushel. 

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