Our Mission

Valley Springs Farmers Coop's mission is to serve the best quality, most efficeint agricultural services in South Dakota. Our team of professional staff hold trustworthy core values that will meet the changing needs and desires of our farmers. We strive to produce high quality products while respecting and protecting South Dakota's environment.

Cash Bids
Notes Basis Month Futures Price Basis Cash Price Futures Change
Quotes are delayed, as of July 28, 2021, 10:25:24 PM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.

Ag Market Commentary
Hogs Fall Triple Digits
Lean hog futures will trade Thursday with expanded limits of $4.50 as October futures closed down the limit. The other front months were also down triple digits, from $1.77 to $2.70 losses. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base hog price was $1.74 weaker on Wednesday to $103.80. USDA had the Tuesday...
Cattle Board Mixed at Close
After printing midday gains, the live cattle futures complex went home Wednesday mixed. 2021 delivery months added less than 15 cents to the upside on the day, while the deferred contracts closed less than a dime in the red. The weekly FCE auction only hosted cattle from TX and KS,...
Cotton Higher on Wednesday
At the close for the midweek round of cotton trading, prices were 17 to 31 points in the black. October was the firmest on the day, with OI data showing just 336 contracts open as of 7/27. The northern regions of AL, and MS along with mid AR are anticipated...
Wednesday Wheat Gains Double Digits
The trade closed the Wednesday session with wheat futures double digits stronger. Spring wheat futures led the midweek charge closing with 14 1/4 to 25 1/2 cent gains on tour results and weather forecasts. SRW ended the session with gains of 10 3/4 to 14 1/4 cents. KC wheat futures...
Beans Rally into Close
After trading mostly in the red at midday, front month soybean futures closed the midweek session with gains of 1 1/4 to 13 3/4 cents. August futures were the strongest mover, outgaining Sept by 10 1/2 cents on the day to widen the inverse. Soymeal futures also came back for...
Corn Higher at Closing Bell
At the close for the midweek session, front month corn futures were fractionally to 3 cents in the black. New crop futures were stronger reducing the September to December inverse to just 1/4 of a cent. Ahead of the weekly Export Sales report, the traders surveyed anticipate USDA to show...

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