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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 April 27, 2015, 12:32:06 AM CDT
Illinois USDA Newswire

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Prentice Elevator Cash Bids Quick Look

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 CN delivered 3.63
 SB delivered 9.63
Local Weather

Ashland, Illinois (62612)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 46°F Dew point: 33°F
Humidity: 60% Pressure: 30.07 in. Hg
Wind: 3 mph From: Northeast

Forecast

Monday

Hi: 60°
Lo: 36°
Tuesday

Hi: 63°
Lo: 38°
Wednesday

Hi: 65°
Lo: 44°
Thursday

Hi: 68°
Lo: 46°
Friday

Hi: 69°
Lo: 47°

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Commentary
Cotton -

Cotton futures closed strongly higher again after a surprisingly robust export sales report on Thursday, and with support added by a sharply lower

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures closed modestly higher, with May up only a few cents but June up $1.125. The CME Lean Hog Index rose 8 cents to $65.18 as of April

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures finished the day off 6-7 cents, and May posted a loss of more than 15 cents on the week.  Soils fit to plant corn showed up in

Soybeans -

Soybean futures fell about 9 cents but on a weekly basis, the May contract was virtually unchanged. The Argentine Ag Ministry raised projected

Corn -

Corn futures finished the day off 6-7 cents, and May posted a loss of more than 15 cents on the week.  Soils fit to plant corn showed up in

Cattle -

Cattle futures extended their rally and finished the day with strong gains.  Feeders also saw robust increases. The nearby live cattle

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