Ag Plus meets producers' grain marketing needs by providing access to end-user markets, competitive bids, and pricing programs. Our experienced team provides competitive prices, transportation needs, drying, and storage service, and we take pride in unloading grain quickly during the high-volume harvest season so your operation doesn't experience bottlenecks. If you have any questions feel free to contact Dave, Laura, Larry, Mark, or Ron for your grain marketing needs.
Ag Plus will pick up grain from the farm with our semi-trucks. If you have farm storage or are looking at grain pick up from the farm during harvest, talk to us about what we can do for you. Contact Dave Reichhart for more information.
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Non-GMO corn and beans
We have a grain buyer looking for truckloads of non-GMO old-crop corn and beans. If you have uncommitted non-GMO corn or beans in farm storage that are not sold, contact Dave Reichhart to discuss.
Trucking/On-farm pick up
Ag Plus will pick up grain from the farm with our semi-trucks. If you have farm storage or are looking at grain pick up from the farm during harvest, talk to us about trucking we might be able to do for you. Contact Dave Reichhart for more information.
Closing Market Comments
Markets opened lower last night but slowly worked higher during the night session, led by wheat. An attempt to overthrow the Putin regime in Russia had traders wondering what would happen over the weekend. Putin was able to hold control but a lot of talk. Rainfall was mixed with the Dakota's, Minnesota receiving decent rains but most of the corn belt at 1/2 inch or less. Some additional rainfall has fallen today but still less than expected, especially in Illinois. Today's trade had wheat come under pressure and pull corn down, soybeans were able to close stronger. Weekly crop conditions were released today at 4 with corn rated 50% good/excellent, down from 55% last week and 67% last year. Corn silking was 4%, up from 0 last week, equal to last year and the 5 year average. Soybean conditions were rated 51% good/excellent, down from 54% last week and 65% last year. Soybeans emerged was 96%, up from 92% last week, 90% last year and 89% average. Soybeans blooming was 10%, up from 0 last week, 6% last year and 9% average. Winter wheat conditions were 40% good/excellent, up from 38% last week and 30% last year. Winter wheat headed was 97%, up from 94% last week, 94% last year, and 97% average. Winter wheat harvested was 24%, up from 15% last week, 39% last year, and 33% average. Southern Plains continues to struggle with rainfall to move forward with harverst on Hard Red Winter Wheat. Spring wheat ratings were 50% good/excellent, down from 51% last week and 59% last year. Spring wheat headed was 31%, up from 10% last week, 7% last year, and 25% average. State breakdowns tomorrow. The Dollar was down 152, gold was up $3.40, and silver was up 471. Stocks were mixed with Dow futures up 10, Nasdaq down 173, and S & P down 15. Crude oil was up 45 cents at $69.61. Next report will be June 30 and will include planted acres and June 1 grain stocks. Will we get updated acres on prevent plant in this report?
Support on July 23 corn is $6.20 and $6.00 and resistance is $6.60 and $6.72-1/2 and the contract high on July 23 corn is $7.60. Support on September 23 corn is $5.74 and $5.62 and resistance is $5.84-3/4 and $6.00. Contract high on September corn is $7.01. Support on December 23 corn is $5.84 and $5.78-3/4 and resistance is $6.20-3/4 and 6.29-3/4. Contract high is $6.79-1/4. Support on July 23 beans is $14.44-1/4 and $14.30-1/2 and resistance is $15.21-1/4 and $15.41-1/2. Contract high on July 23 beans is $15.62. Support on August beans is $14.00 and $13.90 and resistance is $14.14-1/2 and $14.47. Contract high on August beans is $15.32-1/4. Support on November 23 soybeans is $12.89-1/2 and 12.45-1/2 and resistance is $13.35 and $13.78. Contract high on November soybeans is $14.48-1/4. Support on July 23 wheat is at 7.00 and $6.56 with resistance at $7.66-1/2 and $8.17. Contract high on July wheat is $11.61. Support on September wheat is $7.00 and $6.75 with resistance at $7.60-3/4 and $7.65-1/2. Contract high on September wheat is 11.31.