Alton Grain Terminal LLC., has 4.1 million bushels of storage capacity and proudly serves the area farmers and grain elevators with competitive prices, quick efficient truck unloading and knowledgeable service that includes the fairness of official weights and grades of the North Dakota Grain Inspection.
Thursday, June 21, 2018 6:43AM CDT
The thermometers may be teasing with triple-digit temperatures, but the wheat is ready and fields need sprayed in this week's report from DTN's View From the Cab farmers, Genny Haun from Kenton, Ohio, and Kyle Krier, from Claflin, Kansas.
July corn was up 1/4 cent, July soybeans were up 4 3/4 cents, and September Kansas City (HRW) wheat was down 1 3/4 cents.
The cattle complex seem set to open on a mixed basis as traders position before the development of cash business and new monthly on feed data. Lean futures should also start out with uneven price action thanks to further bull spreading and late week ptrofit taking.