Dunkerton Co-op is looking to fill the following open positions.  Please click on the Position for more information:


Chemical & Liquid Fertilizer Plant Operations Manager

Truck Driver

Custom Applicator/Operations

 

 
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Dunkerton Co-op in cooperation with the Cooperative Finance Association is offering a 2022 Production Ag Financing Program for Fert/Chem and Seed purchased from Dunkerton Co-op

 

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Ag Market Commentary
Midweek Hogs Follow Tuesday’s Spread Market
The nearby premiums for lean hog futures expanded by ~$2-$4 with July and August closing $2.55 to $2.97 higher and the deferreds ending $0.17 to $1.50 weaker. July now holds a $6.20 premium to August and a near $30 premium to December. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base Hog price was...
Recovery in Soy Markets
Wednesday’s soy market will trade with expanded limits as soybean oil stayed lock limit down most of Tuesday. For beans that is +/- $1.75, meal has a $45/ton limit and BO can trade within 750 points. Currently prices are bouncing back up with double digit gains in soybeans and $4.40...
FCE Auction Later this Morning
Live cattle futures were down by $1.50 to $1.87 on Tuesday, caught in the broad ag and energy sell off after the holiday. Feeder cattle futures closed with $1.40 to $1.80 losses on the day. Fat cattle futures are 60 cents to $1 weaker through midday. Feeders are also down...
Mixed Cotton Market into Wednesday
Cotton futures are following Tuesday limit moves with mixed response this morning. July is UNCH and Oct is down triple digits on thin OI, December and March are each down 40 while the deferred new crop contracts are up by as much as 16. The front month cotton futures complex...
Corn Bouncing into Wobble Back Wednesday
Front month corn futures had followed the Tuesday drop with overnight follow through. However into the AM, the market is back into the black by 4 to 5 cents. In delivery July is up by 25 with thin conditions. The corn futures market ended the Tuesday after the 4th with...
Wheat Market Recovering
Wednesday wheat trading has the board bouncing with double digit gains past the in delivery July contracts. There were another 28 CBT wheat deliveries issued yesterday according to the Merc. CBT SRW futures ended the day with losses of as much as 39 cents. KC wheat futures ended the day...


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