CASH BIDS
Name Delivery Start Basis Month Futures Price Basis Cash Price Futures Change
Quotes are delayed, as of April 20, 2024, 02:04:17 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.

Grain Locations:

Main Office

223 S. Iowa Ave.
PO Box 280
Ness City, KS 67560
Phone: 785-798-3322

East Elevator

304 S. Topeka Ave.
Ness City, KS 67560
Phone: 785-798-3870

Laird Elevator

10503 State Hwy 96
Ness City, KS 67560
785-798-2667

Riverside Elevator

19998 20 Rd
Ness City, KS 67560
785-798-3332


Select From List Below to View Options. (Please Note P=Pit and E=Electronic)

 Grains  Livestock/Dairy  Softs  Energies
 Corn (P)  Live Cattle (P)  Cotton  Ethanol
 Corn (E)  Live Cattle (E)  Sugar#11  Crude Oil
 Soybeans (P)  Feeder Cattle (P)  Sugar#14  Natural Gas
 Soybeans (E)  Feeder Cattle (E)    
 Soybean Meal (P)  Lean Hogs (P)    
   Lean Hogs (E)    
   Milk (P)    
   Milk (E)    
 Wheat (P)      
 Wheat (E)      
 KC Wheat (E)      
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
Currencies  Financials  Indices  Metals
 Australian Dollar  10-Year T-Note (E)  CRB Index  Gold
 British Pound  10-Year T-Note  Dow Jones (E)  Silver
 Canadian Dollar  2-Year T-Note (E)  E-mini NASDAQ 100  Palladium
 Euro/Swiss  2-Year T-Note  NIKKEI 225  
 Japanese Yen  30-day Fed Funds (E)  NASDAQ 100  
 Mexican Peso  30-day Fed Funds  NASDAQ 100 (mini)  
 Swiss Franc  30-Year T-Bond (E)  Value Line  
   30-Year T-Bond  Russell 1000  
   5-Year T-Note (E)  Russell 2000  
   5-Year T-Note  S&P 500 Index  
   Eurodollar 3-Month (mini)  S&P 500 (growth)  
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Cattle Closes Mixed, CoF Data Seen as Bull Friendly
Live cattle closed the Friday session with most contracts steady 30 cents higher ahead of the Cattle on Feed report. A few 2025 contracts were down a nickel. Cash action picked up in Friday, with some $183 live and $292 dressed action reported in the North, down $1 from last...
Soybeans Recover on Friday with Double Digit Front Month Gains
Soybeans posted 7 ¾ to 16 ¾ cent gains across the board on Friday to ease the week’s losses. Soymeal was up $3.50 to $5.80 heading into the weekend. Soy Oil saw 16 to 28 point gains on the day. A private export sale ofo121,500 MT of soybeans was reported...
Wheat Posts Gains on Friday, Led by Chicago
The wheat market was on a rally train on Friday, as Chicago led the complex with 13 ½ to 17 ¼ cent gains. Kansas city tagged along on the bull fun, with contracts up 4 ¼ to 7 ¾ cents at the close. MPLS spring wheat contracts pushed 5 to...
Hogs Rally into Weekend
Lean hogs posted gains of as little as 60 cents in the deferred contracts to $2.27 in the nearbys. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was down $1.29 in the Friday afternoon report at $88.49. The CME Lean Hog Index was another dime higher at $91.46 on April 17....
Corn Rally into Weekend with Export Business and EPA Announcement
Corn futures closed out the week parring back the losses on Friday, as contracts were up 3 ½ to 6 ¾ cents across the board. May was up 6 ¾, with December up 6 ¼ cents to close out the day. The EPA today issued an emergency waiver to allow...
Cotton Ends the Week on a Higher Note
The cotton market was mostly higher on Friday, with the exception to a couple ’25 contracts. Most were up 3 to 59 points on the day, led by the nearbys. Crude oil futures had a volatile Friday session and closed up 46 cents after collapsing of the overnight highs. That...





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