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FCE is currently hiring for multiple positions. Please click here to learn more and call the main office to apply or for more information at 507-768-3448.

Starting December 1st, 2023, FCE will offer Free Price Later on soybeans.
Starting January 2nd, 2024 FCE will offer Free Price Later on corn.
Subject to space and may change at any time. If grain is not sold by 9/30/24, storage will go back to 9/1/24.

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Cottonwood        
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Echo        
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Minnesota Falls        
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Montevideo        
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Minneota        
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Taunton        
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Quotes are delayed, as of May 29, 2024, 07:48:24 AM CDT 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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Contact Us
FCE Main Office
507-768-3448
800-626-2510
Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm
Closed Saturday-Sunday
Montevideo
320-269-6531
Hanley Falls South
507-768-3602
Echo
507-925-4126
Cottonwood Feedmill 
507-423-6235
Taunton
320-872-6161
Minnesota Falls
320-564-3835 
Minneota
507-872-6134
Cottonwood
507-423-6489

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Ag Market Commentary
Cotton Slipping Lower After Ratings Suggest Good Start to Growing Season
Cotton prices are down 15 to 81 points as we get set to begin the day part trade. Futures came out of the Monday holiday with contracts posting 31 to 191 point gains. Outside factors are providing some support, with crude oil up $1.55/barrel and the US dollar index down...
Wheat Pulling Back on Wednesday
Wheat futures are posting weakness to begin the Wednesday session. Prices are down 5 to 11 cents across the three exchanges. The wheat complex jumped out of three-day weekend, but the morning brought along some heaviness, with contracts pulling well off the overnight highs. Chicago contracts were steady to 3...
Corn Slipping Lower on Wednesday Morning
Corn is starting off the Wednesday session with contracts following through with the Tuesday weakness, down 2 to 3 cents. Futures failed to hold early post holiday gains, closing 1 ¾ to 3 cents lower on Tuesday. Most contracts closed near the lows and 6-8 cents off the highs. The...
Cattel Traders Look to Extend Tuesday’s Strength
Live cattle posted gains of 45 cent to $1.40 on the Tuesday session. Cash trade last week saw action at $187 in the south, with trade in the north mainly at $192, with some coming in at $193.50. Feeders were the leaders on the day, with contracts up $2.90 to...
Soybeans Weaker on Wednesday Morning As Planting Pace Progresses
Soybeans are trading 8 to 9 cents lower on your Wednesday morning. They came out of the holiday weekend with contracts 2 to 18 ½ cents in the red, led by the front months on bear spreading. Soymeal was leading the losses with contracts down $4 to 9.90/ton. Soy Oil...
Hogs Close Mixed on Tuesday, Pork Cutout Heads Higher
Lean hogs saw mixed trade on Tuesday with front months down 7 to 80 cents and deferreds 7 to 17 points higher. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up $1.19 in the Tuesday afternoon report $87.75. The CME Lean Hog Index was down another 14 cents on May...

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