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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 February 23, 2024, 01:45:10 AM CST 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.

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Ag Market Commentary
Double Digit Drop for Beans
Front month soybeans fell by 10 ½ to 13 ¼ cents on Thursday, leaving March just a penny off the low for the close. March is still above the $11.45 low from last May. Soymeal futures were 1.4% to 2.1% weaker across the front months. Soy oil futures closed 51...
Mixed Thursday for Cattle Futures
Cattle faded into the NASS data on Thursday, but firmed up for the close. Fats stayed 47 cents to $1.15 weaker for the bell, though April was 30 cents of the session low. Feeders finished in the black on Thursday, after March printed a $3.03 range from as much as...
Cotton Futures Closed Higher on Thursday
The front month cotton market rallied by 160 points in March, ending just 35 points under the session high. That has March back to a 33 point gain for the week. New crop cotton held 6 to 21 points higher for the close. The Cotlook A Index was 230 points...
SRW Held Firm on Thursday Pullback
Chicago wheat futures finished the day UNHC to 2 cents stronger across the front months. KC HRW futures were 2 to 3 ¼ cents weaker at the close. The March HRW/SRW spread now has Chicago futures at a 9 ¼ cent premium for the settle. The July contract spread was...
Corn Futures Fell by a Nickel on Thursday
The front month corn market dropped another 4 to 5 ¾ cents on Thursday. The March contract was 1 ¾ cents off the low for the bell after an 11 ¼ cent range. The Mar/Dec spread widened to 47 ¼ cents at the close. EIA data showed ethanol output increased...
Hogs Resume Strength on Thursday
Lean hogs were $0.62 to $1.22 stronger for the close. That has April up by $1.97 for the week, after the strongest prices since March. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price increased by 58 cents to $73.20. The CME Lean Hog Index increased another $1.17 to $77.97 for 2/20. ....

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