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.
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Wheaton Hangar Fax: 320-563-0798
Wheaton Ag Center: 320-563-8181
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Wheat futures finished mixed on the day. CHI wheat was 2 cents down to 5 cents higher (23 cents higher from last week). KC
Live cattle futures closed mostly higher, with August and October prices gaining 15 and 42 cents, but December losing 2 1/2. Feeder
Soybean futures finished the Thursday trade mixed, with prices ranging from 3 cents down to 2 cents higher. Contracts traded within an
Corn futures are heading into the holiday weekend up 4 to 6 cents. At $4.37 1/4, Dec15 corn marks a new calendar year high.
Lean hog futures closed 30 cents to $1.70 higher on Thursday. Prices were 4.22% higher, about $3.32, in the hog market from last Friday
Cotton futures finished the weekly trade 27 points higher in both July and October, but 15 and 4 points lower in December and next March.
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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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