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Prentice Information
Our main location is at 2303 Elevator Avenue, Ashland, Illinois. We also have facilities at Philadelphia, Strawns Crossing, and Tallula.
If we can help you with your grain, feed, or seed needs, please call our toll free number 1-800-255-8659 or 217-476-3516. Email address is prenticeev@casscomm.com.  Prentice Elevator is a dealer for Kent Feeds along with Asgrow, Dekalb, Burrus and Stine seeds. There are many seed varieties that we can order and early-order discounts may apply.
Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on March 29, 2015, 08:37:53 AM CDT
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Prentice Elevator Cash Bids Quick Look

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 CN delivered 3.79
 SB delivered 9.49
Local Weather

Ashland, Illinois (62612)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 34°F Dew point: 21°F
Humidity: 59% Pressure: 30.16 in. Hg
Wind: 14 mph From: South

Forecast

Sunday

Hi: 53°
Lo: 36°
Monday

Hi: 61°
Lo: 45°
Tuesday

Hi: 66°
Lo: 41°
Wednesday

Hi: 69°
Lo: 54°
Thursday

Hi: 65°
Lo: 47°

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Commentary
Cattle -

Both live cattle and feeder futures rallied on Friday, with live cattle settling 65-73 cents higher and feeders, approaching $2.  The CME

Lean Hogs -

Just ahead of the Hogs and Pigs report, lean hog futures closed with gains in April and May but a 22.5 cent loss in June. This week, slaughter came

Wheat -

Wheat futures reversed course with solid gains of 8-12 cents on Friday which erased a portion of the nasty mid-week break. Wheat suffered

Cotton -

Old-crop cotton futures bounced higher today with a slightly lower dollar promising this export-reliant crop a slightly more competitive pricing for

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures continued their gradual decline with losses of a quarter cent. This market needs a shot of news to go anywhere. The Hogs and Pigs

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed down 6-7 cents today, as products continued to fall. On the week, however, the soybean loss is under 4 cents.  May

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