ECG IS YOUR PARTNER IN AGRICULTURE
We have the products and services to help you achieve your goals. From grain marketing, feed and vet supplies to our full service agronomy department. We have the right program, ration, seed and nutrient to help you get the most from every head and every acre.
UPDATE: Estelline Coop Grain takes the health and safety of our customers and employees very seriously. Due to the risk of spreading the Covid-19 virus effective 8/11/20 we ask that customers limit their time in our offices. Please call 605-873-2288 with any questions. We appreciate your understanding and patronage.
ECG is offering free DP on Corn and Soybeans until July 31st 2021.
New deliveries only.
Estelline Coop Grain
offers various types of
contracts to help you achieve your marketing goals. Stop in and we would be more than happy to discuss what options would work best for your operation.
Call Jeff at 605-873-2288 for rates and infomation.
Estelline, South Dakota (57234)
- Wheat Gains Double Digits on Friday
- At the closing bell on Friday, wheat futures were still up by double digits. CBT futures closed 8 3/4 to 10 cents higher, which for May completed a 31 3/4 cent move for the week. KC HRW futures go into the weekend with 10 to 10 1/2 cent gains, increasing...
- Cattle Give Back Triple Digits on Friday
- Live cattle futures closed the Friday session with losses of $0.72 to $2.45, with April the firmest and June the weakest. Through the week, the April/June spread corrected from a $2.25 discount to an 85 cent premium. USDA confirmed some more $125 trade in the WCB on Friday, for the...
- Soy Close Lower for Weekend
- At the close for Friday, soybean futures were 8 1/4 to 12 1/4 cents in the red. For May, that finished the week as a 7 cent pull back. The fresh cash average price for old crop beans was a dime higher at $11.25/bu. Soymeal futures closed $4.30 to $5.60/ton...
- Hogs Close Mixed Mostly Higher
- At the close for the last trade day of the week, April and July hogs were UNCH and August contracts were down by 37 cents. The other front months ended 2 to 95 cents in the black. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was up another 80 cents to $100.21....
- Cotton Closes off Highs Still in Black
- Afternoon trading on Friday pulled the front month cotton futures back from the highs, but futures were still higher on the day. Old crop prices ended the session 99 to 108 points higher, and new crop prices ended up by 60 to 75 points. USDA’s cash average price for cotton...
- Corn Closes Firm after New Highs
- Following the report, old crop corn futures posted new highs, which for May was $5.95/bu, but prices were just fractionally higher to 2 1/2 cents in the red at the close. New crop prices stayed higher, ending the session up 1 3/4 to 2 1/2 cents. USDA left the average...
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Monday-Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Open Saturdays as needed.
Agronomy hours vary through the season, please call the agronomy office for current hours.
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All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.