Dunketon Co-op Annual Meeting

Friday, March 17th, 2023 at Dunkerton High School

Dinner starting at 6:00pm (Lent option available)

Meeting starting at 7:30pm


Free Price Later on Corn and Beans Available Until September 15th, 2023



 Winter Mineral Promotion

Buy 10 bags of Purina Cattle Mineral and get the 11th bag FREE

For more information, give Joel a call 319-822-4291


We now handle Exclusive Signature Premium Dog Food 

Buy 8 bags and get the 9th bag FREE


Do you enjoy feeding wild birds? 

We are now handling Ultimate Mix Wild Bird Seed in 50lb bags


Can't make it during our normal business hours, call ahead and we can take payment over the phone and set it out on the dock for you.



 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


24-hour confidential assistance
financial concerns 
legal education
stress counseling


Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of March 20, 2023, 04:57:27 PM CDT or prior.


7:30-4:30 M-F





Main Office

7:30am to 4:30pm

Monday through Friday
Grain & Agronomy Extended Hours During Season


Dunkerton Co-op in cooperation with the Cooperative Finance Association is offering a 2023 Production Ag Financing Program for Fert/Chem and Seed purchased from Dunkerton Co-op. For more info see the Agronomy page. 




Dunkerton Co-op is proud to offer:
Beck's Hybrids is the largest family-owned seed company in the United States. Beck's has access to the largest genetic pool in the world and also offers the most advanced technologies to help you get the genetics and protective traits you need to reach higher yields. For more information on Beck's Hybrids, give us a call.



Click the map below to view current soil temperatures:


Ag Market Commentary
Extended Downside for Cotton Market
Nearby cotton futures pressed the downside on Monday, but were off their early session lows. May cotton saw a 281 point range from -176 to +105. The other front months ended the day 35 to 74 points lower. Stock market futures (SPY) bounced and the dollar ($DXY) weakened on Monday,...
New Lows for Hog Market
The front month lean hog futures closed Monday’s trade with triple digit losses of as much as $2.10. For April, that brought lows not seen since October of 2021, which was before April contracts were trading with significant volume - the true LoC low for April hogs is still $75.72....
Red Close for Cattle Futures
The first trade day of the week left cattle futures 30 to 87 cents in the red. Feeder cattle futures ended with 2 to 80 cent losses across the front months. Cash trade so far remains mostly unestablished, save for very limited $166 in the WCB. Last week’s activity was...
Wheat Continued Lower
The wheat market traded lower again on Monday to start the week. Chicago futures ended the session 9 3/4 to 13 1/2 cents lower. KC wheat futures settled the day down by 6 to 8 cents. MGE spring wheat futures were 7 3/4 to 9 1/2 cents lower across the...
Mixed Monday in Soy Market
Nearby soybeans were mixed with weaker old crop at the close. The May contract saw a 25 3/4 cent range on the day, from -13 1/2 to +11 1/4, and ended near the high on a 9 1/2 cent gain. Soybean oil futures were also higher on the day, gaining...
Corn Closes off Day’s Lows
Corn settled in the red on Monday, but futures were well off their earlier session lows. The front months bounced back from nearly a dime loss, but still closed 1 to 2 1/4 cents lower. Texas was 40% planted for new crop corn. That is 5% ahead of the 5-yr...

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