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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 April 23, 2024, 04:24:18 PM 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
Hogs Shooting Higher on Tuesday
Lean hogs are posting $1.25 to $2.15 gains on Tuesday. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up 70 cents from the Monday afternoon print, at $91.01 on Tuesday morning. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 4 cents at $91.31 on April 19. USDA’s National Pork Carcass Cutout...
Cattle Reversing Action on Turnaround Tuesday
Live cattle are back down $1 to $1.32 on Tuesday’s midday. Cash action was negligible on Monday, with showlists being compiled. Last week’s trade was $183-184 live and $292 dressed in the North, steady to down $1 from the previous week. Southern trade was steady, at $182. Feeders are showing...
Wheat Extending Strength on Deteriorating Crop Conditions
The wheat market is continuing the push higher at midday. Chicago contracts are 7 to 10 cents higher so far. Kansas City is trading 8 to 9 ½ cents in the green. MPLS is bringing up the rear, but still with 5 to 7 ¼ cent gains. After the close,...
Cotton Pushing Back Lower at Midday
The cotton market showing losses on Turnaround Tuesday, to continue the slide with 25 to 131 point losses. They are shrugging off outside market strength, with crude oil up $1.02 at midday and the US dollar index down 358 points. The US cotton crop was 11% planted as of April...
Soybeans Slightly Higher on Tuesday
Soybean futures are up anywhere from fractionally in the new crop months to 4 cents in the nearbys at midday. Soymeal is down 20 cents to $1 so far, with Soy Oil showing 28 to 30 point gains. Soybean planting is off to a decent start, with NASS reporting 8%...
Corn Turning Overnight Weakness to Midday Strength
Corn futures are pushing higher across the front months on Tuesday. Contracts are up 1 to 3 cents so far, extending the Monday strength. Monday afternoon’s Crop Progress report showed planting progressing to 12% completed as of 4/21, 2% faster than the 5-year average pace and matching last year. Many...

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