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 April 19, 2021, 08:13:30 AM 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 Sharply Lower on China Demand Concerns
Lean hog futures bounced back from midday lows but still closed the last trade day of the week with triple digit losses. June hogs were down the most, closing $3 in the red, extending the week’s loss to $7.25. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog price was $104.49 after a...
Cotton Extends Rally into New Week
Cotton futures are trading 63 to 106 higher this morning amid broad risk off buying interest. They pulled back on Friday, with triple digit losses for old crop. Despite the 131 point drop for May on Friday, the contract was still 1.31 cents higher from Friday to Friday. New crop...
Soybeans 5 to 10 Higher
Soybean futures are extending their rally from Friday. Prices are 5 to 10 cents higher, led by July. Old crop soybean futures were up double digits at the Friday close, with May 15 cents higher. That left May beans 30 1/4 cents higher on the week. The new crop futures closed...
Corn Futures Up 6 to 8 Cents Early
Corn futures are starting off Monday 6 to 8 cents higher. May futures ended the Friday session 4 1/2 cents in the red, which limited the week’s gain to 8 1/4 cents. The other front months closed UNCH to 3 cents weaker. The weekly CoT report showed managed money was...
Cattle Futures Shed Premium to Cash
Front month fat cattle futures ended the last trade day of the week 45 to 87 cents in the red. April fats pulled back $2.57 from Friday to Friday, now approximately $0.15 to $1.15 discount to cash. Friday business in the WCB was light at $122. The bulk of the...
Wheat Futures Higher on Cold Weather, Feed Demand
Wheat futures are higher in all three markets, with support from corn and also the cold weather in the Midwest and Plains the next couple days. The wheat futures complex was firmly mixed at the close on Friday, with March HRW the largest mover. Front month KC wheat futures closed...

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