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Summer Grain Dump Hours:

8-4 

 

 

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 have Exclusive Signature Premium Dog Food 

Buy 8 bags and get the 9th bag FREE

 

Do you enjoy feeding wild birds? 

We have 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.


Colostrum is in stock! Come grab some before you actually need it! 


 

 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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24-hour confidential assistance
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Monday through Friday  

Main Office Hours 

7:30am to 4:30pm

Grain Scale Hours 

8:00 am to 4:00pm

*Extended and weekend hours during seasonal times*

 

 

 
 

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.

 

 

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Ag Market Commentary
Cotton Close Friday Mixed
Cotton futures were mixed when the final ICE bell rang on Friday, as July was down 38 points, with other nearby contracts up 2 to 35 points. July was down 287 points on the week, with December slipping just 75 points lower. Deferred contracts slipped 8 to 34 points. The...
Wheat Resumes Lower Trade on Friday
The wheat complex was also fading off lower into the week’s close across all three exchanges. Chicago wheat posted 7 ¼ to 14 cent losses on the day, with July down 14 ¾ cents over the course of the week. KC contracts closed out Friday with contracts 9 ¼ to...
Soybeans Fall to Close Near the Low of the Day
Soybeans faded off lower into the Friday close, settling near the lows with contracts down 4 ¾ to 11 cents. July did managed to pull out a ½ cent gain on the week, though November, down 8 cents, wasn’t as lucky. Soymeal futures were up 10 cents/ton in the July...
Cash Cattle Gives Futures a Boost
Live cattle futures followed the cash strength on Friday, as contracts closed out the week with gains of $1.92 to $3.67. Contracts are up anywhere from $1.97 in June to $3.75 in other front months. Cash trade was strong this week, with a few sales at $186 reported in KS...
Hogs Rally to Close Out Week
Lean hog futures bulls have finally found some footing after hitting or getting close to some new contract lows on Friday. Most contracts were up anywhere from 15 cents to $1.85, as expiring June was down 57 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index was up 20 cents at $91.58 on...
Corn Falls into Close with Western Corn Belt Looking Wetter
Corn futures collapsed into the close, with contracts ended the week with 3 ¼ to 8 ½ cent losses across the board. The limited the gains for the week, with July up just 1 ¼ cents and December picking up 3 cents. NOAA’s 7-day QPF shows heavy precip total from...

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