Expertise to help you navigate the unpredictable grain market.

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Allied Grain

At Allied Cooperative, we know the challenges you face when it comes to storing and marketing your grain crop. From planting to harvest, we're here to provide the service and support your operation needs to thrive. We handle the following commodities and possess the capacity and flexibility to serve grain producers large and small:

 

Corn
 

Soybeans
 

Wheat
 

Oats

Our knowledgeable marketing team understands the grain markets and knows how to recognize opportunity

Although making the right decisions is not always easy, our experts can provide the facts you need to help you obtain maximum profitability. We offer several grain marketing programs and services to help you market your grain profitably.  
 
Allied Cooperative has storage facilities in Adams, Blair (two locations), Mauston, Tomah, West Salem and Wisconsin Rapids. With a total capacity exceeding 12.3 million bushels, plus additional capacity through our grain bagging system, our facilities are prepared to meet the needs of area producers. Our facilities are here to serve you whether you market your grain through us, or simply need storage for your feeding purposes. Our locations also have grain dryers to help dry the different commodities at harvest, as well as throughout the year. 
 

We’ve worked hard to improve our facilities in recent years to reduce yard traffic and minimize wait times at the dump pit to get you back to your fields even faster. We also have a transportation division to assist you in transporting your crop from the farm to the elevator as easy as possible. Plus, three of our locations are strategically located on rail lines to give you access to rail markets. 

 
Are you ready to maximize your farm’s profitability? Call your local Allied Cooperative grain elevator or e-mail us today to learn how we can help. 

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#2 YELLOW CORN  
Delivery Date Futures Price Futures Month Basis Cash Price Futures Change
History July
328'0
@C0U -0.38 2.90 07/14/2020 3:45:00 AM CST
 -0'6
History New Crop
336'0
@C0Z -0.45 2.91 07/14/2020 3:45:00 AM CST
 -0'4
 
#1 YELLOW SOYBEANS  
Delivery Date Futures Price Futures Month Basis Cash Price Futures Change
History July
876'4
@S0Q -0.58 8.18 07/14/2020 3:42:00 AM CST
 2'4
History New Crop
877'0
@S0X -0.75 8.02 07/14/2020 3:45:00 AM CST
 1'6
 

 
WHEAT
No cash bids exist for wheat at this time.
 
Symbol Last Open Close High Low Change
SOYBEANS @S0N 8.7650 8.8800 8.7650 8.8875 8.8400 -0.1500
SOYBEANS @S0Q 8.7650 8.7400 8.7700 8.7275 0.0250
SOYBEANS @S0U 8.7325 8.7200 8.7400 8.7025 0.0175
SOYBEANS @S0X 8.7700 8.7625 8.7800 8.7375 0.0175
SOYBEANS @S1F 8.8325 8.8175 8.8325 8.7950 0.0200
SOYBEANS @S1H 8.8000 8.7925 8.8175 8.7700 0.0175
SOYBEANS @S1K 8.8175 8.8075 8.8350 8.7775 0.0250
CORN @C0N 3.3400 3.3725 3.3400 3.3725 3.3200 -0.0650
CORN @C0U 3.2800 3.2925 3.2925 3.2750 -0.0075
CORN @C0Z 3.3600 3.3650 3.3700 3.3500 -0.0050
CORN @C1H 3.4700 3.4750 3.4775 3.4600 -0.0050
CORN @C1K 3.5375 3.5450 3.5475 3.5300 -0.0025
CORN @C1N 3.5925 3.6000 3.6025 3.5850 -0.0025
WHEAT @W0N 5.2475 5.3600 5.2475 5.3600 5.2800 -0.1100
WHEAT @W0U 5.2875 5.2375 5.2975 5.2275 0.0400
WHEAT @W0Z 5.3500 5.3025 5.3575 5.2925 0.0375
WHEAT @W1H 5.4125 5.3675 5.4150 5.3575 0.0375
WHEAT @W1K 5.4425 5.3975 5.4425 5.3875 0.0375
MILK CLASS III @DA0N
MILK CLASS III @DA0Q 23.50 23.46 23.40 23.50 23.46 0.10
MILK CLASS III @DA0U 20.70 20.61 20.71 20.71 20.61 -0.01
MILK CLASS III @DA0V 18.88 18.77 18.76 18.88 18.77 0.12
MILK CLASS III @DA0X
LIVE CATTLE @LE0Q 99.650 100.225 99.650 100.825 99.500 -0.350
LIVE CATTLE @LE0V 104.200 104.700 104.200 105.275 104.050 -0.375
LIVE CATTLE @LE0Z 108.375 108.375 108.375 108.825 108.175 -0.025
LEAN HOGS @HE0N 46.675 46.075 46.675 46.975 45.950 0.700
LEAN HOGS @HE0Q 51.275 50.225 51.275 51.825 49.400 1.400
LEAN HOGS @HE0V 50.350 50.125 50.350 51.000 49.275 0.500
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Grain Marketing Programs 

Our grain department helps you navigate the unpredictable grain market and make educated choices by keeping on top of trends day-in and day-out. We provide the expertise and facts needed to help you develop a solid marketing plan, recognize opportunities and manage your risk to get the most you can for your grain. We offer the following grain marketing programs and services at Allied Cooperative. Click on each type of contract for details. 

Grain Marketing Programs

 

Our grain department helps you navigate the unpredictable grain market and make educated choices by keeping on top of trends day-in and day-out. We provide the expertise and facts needed to help you develop a solid marketing plan, recognize opportunities and manage your risk to get the most you can for your grain. We offer the following grain marketing programs and services at Allied Cooperative. Click on each type of contract for details. 

Cash (Spot)
Grain Bank
Forward Delivery Contract
Futures Only (Hedge-to-Arrive)
Basis Contract
Minimum Price
Deferred Payment
Direct Ship Opportunities
On Farm Pricing
New Crop Average Pricing Program
Target Pricing
Compass Contracts

Grain Locations & Hours 

The contact information and regular hours for our locations are listed below. Please call your location for extended hours during harvest. 

Adams​

251 Railroad St. 
Adams, WI 53910 

608-339-0357 

Hours: 

Monday-Friday:
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Blair East

1015 E. Broadway 
Blair, WI 54661 
608-989-2298 

Hours: 
Monday-Friday: 
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

Blair West

420 N. Park Rd. 
Blair, WI 54661 
608-989-2335 

Hours: 
Monday-Friday: 
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Mauston

N3709 LL Townline Rd. 
Mauston, WI 53948 
608-847-5212 

Hours: 
Monday-Friday: 
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Tomah

10533 Estate Rd. 
Tomah, WI 54660 
608-372-2090 

Hours: 
Monday-Friday:
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

West Salem

165 S. Mill St. 
West Salem, WI 54669 
608-786-4154 

Hours: 
Monday-Friday:
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Wisconsin Rapids

3990 Commerce Dr. 
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 
715-423-3000 

Hours: 
Monday-Friday:
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

DTN Market News

DTN Midday Livestock Comments 07/13 12:20

7/13/2020 - 12:52:00

DTN Midday Livestock Comments          07/13 12:20

   Livestock Contracts Still Trying to Wade Through Week -- Determining 
Direction

   Livestock contracts struggle to find a sheer direction through Monday's 
early trade. The feeder cattle contract is strongly optimistic while the live 
cattle and lean hog complexes aren't as bullish.

ShayLe Stewart
DTN Livestock Analyst

   General Comments

   Heading into Monday's afternoon trade, the livestock complex is torn on 
whether higher prices should be sought, or if the complex should simply trade 
cautiously. The live cattle and lean hog complex are trading mixed, but the 
feeder cattle contracts are vigorously trading higher. Corn's lower trend and 
exciting feeder cattle acquisition make for an encouraged board. December corn 
is down 7 1/2 cents per bushel and December soybean meal is down $7.40. The Dow 
Jones Industrial Average is up 419.74 points and NASDAQ is up 182.76 points.

   LIVE CATTLE

   Live cattle contracts are mixed as nearby contracts are trading mildly 
lower, and deferred contracts are trading higher. October live cattle are down 
$0.37 at $104.20, December live cattle are down $0.02 at $108.37 and February 
live cattle are up $0.07 at $111.80. Cash cattle trade was exceptional last 
week as price jumped $4.00 to $5.00 higher for dressed cattle, and $2.00 to 
$3.00 higher for live cattle. Bids and asking prices have yet to be established 
for the entire feeding region, but Nebraska has priced dressed cattle at $162 
or higher, and live cattle at $101 or higher. The rest of the countryside is 
expected to price cattle higher as well as last week aided a stronger cash 
cattle trade.

   The USDA's National Weekly Direct Slaughter Cattle -- Negotiated Sales 
shared that last week packers bought 119,962 head. Of that, 106,208 head are 
committed for delivery in the next two weeks, and the remaining 13,754 head 
will be delivered in the following 15 to 30 days.

   Boxed beef prices are lower: choice down $0.44 ($204.06) and select down 
$1.86 ($192.43) with a movement of 73 loads (35.72 loads of choice, 23.13 loads 
of select, 5.51 loads of trim and 8.44 loads of ground beef).

   FEEDER CATTLE

   Hi-ho up feeder cattle contracts go. Last week feeder cattle sales fared 
phenomenally well as buyers keep lining up to buy feeder cattle despite the 
uncertainty in the fat cattle world. Putting a simple twist on a complex 
situation, it seems as though cattlemen are gut-full of bad news and are simply 
ready to have a lively and fruitful market again. August feeders are up $1.35 
at $137.12, September feeders are up $0.80 at $138.12 and October feeders are 
up $1.15 at $139.65.

   LEAN HOGS

   Lean hog contracts are fighting some resistance in deferred contracts while 
nearby contracts trade higher. August lean hogs are up $0.82 at $50.70, October 
lean hogs are up $0.42 at $50.27 and December lean hogs are down $0.02 at 
$51.75. Hog slaughter has been extremely aggressive in the last couple of weeks 
and if the industry can keep processing hogs at the speed they have been, 
achieving current-ness isn't as far fetched as thought.

   The projected lean hog index for 7/9/2020 is up $0.15 at $45.33, and the 
actual index for 7/8/2020 is down $0.17 at $45.18. Hog prices are lower on the 
National Direct Morning Hog Report, down $0.48 with a weighted average of 
$29.52, ranging from $26.00 to $29.97 on 5,422 head and a five-day rolling 
average of $29.37. Pork cutouts total 132.17 loads with 116.94 loads of pork 
cuts and 15.22 loads of trim. Pork cutout values: up $3.40, $72.35.

   ShayLe Stewart can be reached shayle.stewart@dtn.com




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Safety Data


The United States Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) will soon implement new requirements to its Hazardous Communication Standard. One of the new requirements is the inclusion of grain dust as a hazardous chemical under the new standard. 
 
Because the United States Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) now defines grain dust as a hazardous chemical, Allied Cooperative is now considered a chemical manufacturer under federal law. As such, we are required to provide you with the following Safety Data Sheets for the products we deliver to our customers. 
 
Please review the Safety Data Sheets linked below. One sheet is for whole grain products. This provides information for corn, soybean, wheat, oat products and any other non-processed grain product. The other sheet is for feeds. This provides information on mixes of Allied Cooperative's feed for all animals fed, whether it is shipped out in bulk or in bags. 
 
Allied Cooperative would like to assure you that no changes have been made to any of our feed products and that our feed is not hazardous to the animals you are feeding. We are simply complying with the new federal regulations. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Safety Department at 608-339-3394, ext. 3320.

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