Wolfgang Brink flying with WDAS spreading fertilizer.
He is a recent aviation graduate of UND, capturing a National Aerobatic Championship while there. Combined with his agricultural background, and ag aviation certification, he is prepared for the 2015 season.
Wheaton Hangar: 320-563-0796
Wheaton Hangar Fax: 320-563-0798
Wheaton Ag Center: 320-563-8181
Bryan Hauschild Cell Number: 320-760-6474
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Sisseton Hangar: 605-698-3884
Sisseton Hangar Fax: 605-698-3887
Sisseton Elevator: 605-698-3251
New Effington Ag Center: 605-637-5241
Jeff Bell’s Cell Number: 715-409-6204
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Wheat futures are trading mostly 3 to 5 cents higher this morning. Prices were lower on Monday because the news hit their Achilles heel.
Soybean futures are mostly 8 to 9 cents higher, but August is up a nickel. USDA YTD export inspections are 212 million bushels above last
Live cattle futures posted solid gains yesterday, led by August cattle at $148 and up $2.30 on the session. Cash cattle trade last week
Lean hog futures were 82 to 170 cents higher on Monday after most contracts posted triple digit losses from Friday. The CME Lean Hog Index
Corn futures are trading 3 to 4 cents higher this morning after losing 4 to 5 cents on Monday. The national average basis strengthened by 5 3/4
FREE Delayed Price Storage on Soybean and Corn!
(Effective November 17, 2014)
To learn more about these premium contracts, call Duane Steen today at 1-320-808-1337
Wheat producers: to get the most accurate bid for your wheat, bring us a sample from your bin and we will have a complete grade done at the Aberdeen grain inspection.
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