Anton Coop Announcements

Serving our customers is a top priority as is keeping our employees and our customers safe and healthy

 

ATTENTION:   GRAIN BIDS ON THIS WEBSITE ARE AT 10 MINUTE DELAY -- CALL FOR ACCURATE PRICES

RETAIL REGULAR HOURS--7:30 AM-5PM

TRUCK LOADING HOURS M-F 7:30AM-4:00PM 

The Anton Coop is a full-service cooperative with products and services offered in energy, grain, feed, agronomy,and automotive. We are a progressive, family-friendly company looking towards the future,bringing opportunities to the community and local producers.


Our Values: Community, Service, Fairness  

 

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 For all your marketing needs

or any questions you may have

Give our marketing team a call

Chet, Louanne, or Matt

Grain Buying Hours:  

7:30am thru 12:00 noon

***CALL FOR PRICES AND 

 FOR OFF THE FARM GRAIN BIDS*** 

IT MAY NOT BE THE RIGHT DAY TO SELL, BUT IT IS A GOOD DAY TO PUT IN A TARGET.

 

      

 

BIDS ON THIS WEBSITE ARE AT TEN MINUTE DELAY --- CALL FOR UP TO MINUTE BIDS 

Give Morgan, Steve, or Chet

a call or stop in and see them for for all your Crop Scouting and Crop Production needs

 

 

Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on April 05, 2020, 07:58:39 PM CDT
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Hogs Down Limits again -

Lean hog futures closed with $4.25 to $4.50 losses in the front months. April hogs were $18.23 lower wk/wk. The April 1 CME Lean Hog Index was

Cattle Lower at Close -

Cattle futures closed Friday with $0.30 to $4.50 losses; they will trade with expanded limits on Monday. Feeder cattle futures dropped $2.42 to

Corn Closed Mixed -

At Friday’s close corn futures were a 1/4 to a penny higher in Sept and Dec contracts, while May and July contracts were lower. May corn was 15

Friday Beans Close Lower -

Soybeans closed the last trading day of the week 2 to 4 1/2 cents lower. For May futures that was a wk/wk drop of 27 1/4 cents. Soymeal futures

Cotton Gains Triple Digits -

Cotton closed the Friday session 96 to 122 points higher. From Friday to Friday, cotton was 31 points lower. Cotton speculative traders were 17,274

Ag Market Commentary -

At Friday’s close corn futures were a 1/4 to a penny higher in Sept and Dec contracts, while May and July contracts were lower. May corn was 15

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