Aerial Spraying Season 2015

WDAS

Wheaton –Dumont Aerial Spraying, LLC and our Wheaton Chief Pilot, Bryan Hauschild are pleased to announce that we have expanded our business!  We have purchased Doug Martenson’s aerial application business in Sisseton, South Dakota.  We have added two planes and two pilots to accommodate your needs.

We would like to introduce Jeff Bell.  Jeff has 25 years and over 12,000 hours of experience in ag application. 

Wolfgang Brink will be flying his first season with WDAS.  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.

We look forward to serving you.  We are experienced in pasture application, spreading cover crops, pre-plant/pre-emerge application, liquid and dry fertilizer and all herbicide and pesticide applications.  We look forward to serving you!

Wheaton Hangar: 320-563-0796

Wheaton Hangar Fax: 320-563-0798

Wheaton Ag Center: 320-563-8181

Bryan Hauschild Cell Number: 320-760-6474

Email address: wdaerial@wdcoop.com

 

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

Sisseton Aerial Email: sisseton.wdaerial@wdcoop.com

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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on May 30, 2015, 09:13:14 AM CDT
Commentary
Soybeans -

Soybean futures posted gains of 3 to 8 cents on the day, getting support from an updated biofuels mandate from the EPA announced this morning that

Corn -

Corn futures ended the day with most contracts about 2 cents lower.  Sharp losses in the wheat market again today were a drag on prices.

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures were lower on the day.  July through October lost more than a dollar, but June hogs only lost 77.5 cents on the session to

Cattle -

Live cattle futures posted triple digit losses on the session.  Feeders were also solidly into the red with August futures losing $2/cwt.

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended the day with most contracts about 2 cents lower.  Sharp losses in the wheat market again today were a drag on prices.

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled mixed on the day.  The USD is lower on the session and crude oil futures are nearly $2 higher.  Cert stocks

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Compass Contracts

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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Weather

Wheaton, Minnesota (56296)

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

Quotes retrieved on May 30, 2015, 09:13:14 AM CDT