Beginning March 1, 2023, the Gold-Eagle Coop Holmes location will be open by appointment only.


If you would like to haul grain into this facility, call Todd Ramsey at 515-825-9631 at least 24 hours in advance. Please provide an estimate of bushels to be delivered, number of trucks, and approximate timeframe so we can ensure we are prepared and staffed to meet your needs. We also appreciate notice if you break down or are done for the day.


This location WILL go to full-time operation during harvest.


Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this new schedule.



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Quotes are delayed, as of March 29, 2023, 08:23:08 PM CDT or prior.

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Cotton Closes the Midweek Session Mixed
Old crop May and July contracts bounced back from midday losses to close the session 23 to 24 points higher. New crop prices also firmed up for the close, but were still 3 to 13 points in the red. The May contract followed its limit gain on Tuesday with a...
Hog Futures Dropped Triple Digits
The Wednesday lean hog futures market ended with 1.25% to 2.05% losses. That set the market back to net red for the week. The National Average Afternoon Base Hog price was 13 cents lower to $75.51. The 3/27 CME Lean Hog Index was down another 32 cents to $76.25. Trader...
Cattle Close Wednesday Higher
The live cattle futures market ended the day near the session highs with 72 to 95 cent gains. For April, that got back to within $1 of the LoC high, while December was within 50 cents of its LoC high. The midweek FCE auction had 1,233 head listed with no...
Mixed Close in Wheat Futures
Chicago wheat ended the midweek session with 3 1/2 to 5 cent gains for the day. May SRW traded in a 27 1/2 cent range for the day. The hard red contracts were lower at the close. HRW futures ended down by 2 to 4 1/2 cents, and HRS closed...
New Crop Beans Left Out
The soy complex mostly held onto gains on Wednesday, save for the new crop soybean contracts. November ended the day with a 1 1/4 cent loss after posting a 10c range on the day. Old crop futures stayed higher, going home fractionally to 9 1/2 cents higher. Meal prices were...
Corn Finished Mixed on Wednesday
New crop corn futures were 1 1/4 to 2 cents weaker at the midweek close. December printed a 7c range from -3 to +4 cents. The old crop May and July contracts stayed in the black for the settle with 1 and 3 1/4 cent gains for the day. USDA...

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