REWARD!

REWARD!

Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator is offering a $5,000.00 cash reward to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons involved with the crime of burglary.

On New Year’s Day morning, between the hours of 12:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m., persons broke into various buildings at the Tenney Grain Terminal in Tenney, MN. These criminals stole approximately $15,000 worth of tools and supplies as listed below.

Most of these tools are marked. Tools may be spray-painted with green or red paint. Most of the tools are engraved with a symbol and/or date and can be identified.

We have the crime, the perpetrators, and their vehicle recorded on video. We need your help to bring justice! If we don’t stop criminals like this, your property may be next!

If you have any information, please contact Chief Deputy Josh Nack at the Wilkin County Sheriff’s Department at 218-643-8544.

THANK YOU!

LIST OF ITEMS STOLEN

Wheaton Dumont Coop Elevator

 

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Weather

Wheaton, Minnesota (56296)

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Cash Bids
Name Delivery End Basis Cash Price Futures Change
Graceville / Tenney, MN
Dumont / Wheaton / Campbell, MN / LaMars, ND
Hankinson, ND
Mantador, ND
Sisseton, SD
Britton, SD

Quotes retrieved on April 01, 2015, 05:33:29 AM CDT

 

Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on April 01, 2015, 05:33:29 AM CDT
Commentary
Soybeans -

By the end of the day, traders had added a nickel to the soybean price after the USDA report pegged acreage up less than one million from last year.

Wheat -

Wheat futures took a 15-19 cent hit despite the USDA report numbers being slightly positive vs. expectations. In the trading arena this is called

Corn -

Corn futures were down 13 to 18 1/2 cents today following the USDA reports. Tweets have been flying, suggesting that today’s action might

Cotton -

Cotton futures halved the midday gains but closed 46 to 58 points higher. USDA reports farmers intend to plant 9.549 million acres, down 1.49

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures were down 13 to 18 1/2 cents today following the USDA reports. Tweets have been flying, suggesting that today’s action might

Cattle -

Live cattle and feeder cattle futures gave up the gains seen earlier in the day and closed lower. The April live cattle lost more than $1, with

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