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2020 Youth Leadership Camp Applications now being accepted

Open to incoming High School Juniors and Seniors of the 2020-21 school year. Applicants must be children of current Valley Coop stock-holding members or children of Valley Coop Employees. Applications are due by April 15, 2020 to the Main Valley Coop Office in Winfield or by email to james@vcoop.com. The leadership camp is put on by the Kansas Cooperative Council and will be held July 8-10, 2020 at Rock Springs 4-H Center. The application form can be found here: 2020 Youth Leadership Camp Application.docx 


Propane Service Now Available

Valley Coop is partnering with SEK Coop to provide a propane delivery service to the area. SEK Coop will be running regular routes starting immediately throughout Valley Coop’s service area. SEK Coop can set in a new tank for you if you do not own one and finance it to make it yours. Now and until December 31st, we will be able to set up new customers for the winter on a 100% pre-pay plan that comes out to $1.25/gallon or you can lock in a $1.35/gallon rate though the winter with a $.25/gallon deposit. Call in delivery is also available at the day’s current price. To start, please call one of the Valley Coop managers to get set up.


 

Location Contact Information:

Atlanta: 394-2290             Burden: 438-2314

Hackney: 221-4370           New Salem: 221-4290

Kellogg: 221-0154             Winfield: 221-2079

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
WINFIELD

Quotes retrieved on January 24, 2020, 05:49:36 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 January 24, 2020, 05:49:36 PM CST
Commentary
Corn Falls before Weekend -

March corn ends the week with a 2 cent loss, with Friday action helping to ensure the loss. On Friday corn moved lower by 5 to 6 1/2 cents, with the

Cotton Closes the Week in the Red -

Cotton futures fell another 63 points on the last trade day of the week, which helped increase the weekly loss to 180 points. As of Tuesday, cotton

Soybeans Close with Losses -

Soybeans were down 7 1/2 on Friday, which ensured a weekly loss of 27 3/4 cents in the March contracts. Soybean meal futures closed $0.60/ton lower

Friday Losses in Wheat Market -

Wheat was lower on Friday, with Minneapolis down the most. Despite a 7 cent giveback in March futures, SRW wheat was still 3 cents higher on the

Cattle Closes Week in Red -

Live cattle futures were mixed on Friday. Futures closed 30 cents lower in Jun contracts, and 12 to 17 cents higher in Feb and April futures.

Hogs Carry Triple Digit Losses into Weekend -

Lean hogs futures erased the Wednesday-Thursday gain, with Friday closes $1.27 to $1.90 lower. Feb futures were 45 cents lower on the week. The CME

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Cash Bid Information

Due to CBOT and KCBT market hour changes beginning April 8, 2013 

Valley Coop, Inc. will ONLY PURCHASE GRAIN DURING  MARKET HOURS OF 8:30 AM TO 1:00 PM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY  

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

Storage rates are $.04/bu/month for wheat, $.05/bu/month on fall crops. 

Refresh your screen to update to the latest prices. Prices shown are 15 minutes delayed and not live board prices. Bids are Subject to Change Without Notice. 

 

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Winfield, Kansas (67156)

Current Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temperature: 38°F Dew point: 28°F
Humidity: 67% Pressure: 30.08 in. Hg
Wind: 6 mph From: North

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