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  • CORN (Dec 18) 369'4 -1'2 10/18/18   10:35 PM CST
  • CORN (Mar 19) 381'6 -1'2 10/18/18   10:27 PM CST
  • CORN (May 19) 389'0 -1'2 10/18/18   10:27 PM CST
  • CORN (Jul 19) 394'4 -1'2 10/18/18   9:40 PM CST
  • CORN (Sep 19) 396'0 -0'6 10/18/18   9:40 PM CST
  • CORN (Dec 19) 401'2 -0'6 10/18/18   9:40 PM CST
  • CORN (Mar 20) 410'6 -1'6 10/18/18   1:15 PM CST
  • CORN (May 20) 416'0 -2'0 10/18/18   1:15 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Nov 18) 861'4 -2'0 10/18/18   10:37 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jan 19) 876'2 -1'4 10/18/18   10:31 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Mar 19) 889'0 -1'4 10/18/18   10:36 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (May 19) 901'4 -2'2 10/18/18   10:23 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Jul 19) 911'6 -2'0 10/18/18   10:01 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Aug 19) 918'0 -0'2 10/18/18   8:12 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Sep 19) 919'2 0'0 10/18/18   8:08 PM CST
  • SOYBEANS (Nov 19) 923'6 -1'0 10/18/18   10:23 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Dec 18) 512'6 -0'2 10/18/18   10:32 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Mar 19) 533'0 -0'4 10/18/18   9:48 PM CST
  • WHEAT (May 19) 544'0 -1'6 10/18/18   8:24 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Jul 19) 550'2 -1'4 10/18/18   8:35 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Sep 19) 563'0 -2'2 10/18/18   1:15 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Dec 19) 576'4 -1'2 10/18/18   8:40 PM CST
  • WHEAT (Mar 20) 591'4 -1'6 10/18/18   1:15 PM CST
  • WHEAT (May 20) 597'0 -2'0 10/18/18   1:15 PM CST
  • CANADIAN DOLLAR (Nov 18) 0.765700 0.000600 10/18/18   8:54 PM CST
  • CANADIAN DOLLAR (Dec 18) 0.766200 0.000750 10/18/18   10:36 PM CST
  • CANADIAN DOLLAR (Jan 19) 0.766050     CST
  • LEAN HOGS (Dec 18) 52.050 -2.400 10/18/18   1:04 PM CST
  • LEAN HOGS (Feb 19) 60.125 -2.350 10/18/18   1:04 PM CST
  • LEAN HOGS (Apr 19) 66.750 -1.500 10/18/18   1:04 PM CST
  • LIVE CATTLE (Oct 18) 112.875 0.150 10/18/18   1:04 PM CST
  • LIVE CATTLE (Dec 18) 117.275 - 0.200 10/18/18   1:04 PM CST
  • LIVE CATTLE (Feb 19) 121.350 - 0.100 10/18/18   1:04 PM CST

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@C - CORN - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Dec 18 370'4 370'6 369'2 369'4 -1'2 370'6 10:37P Chart for @C8Z Options for @C8Z
Mar 19 382'6 382'6 381'4 381'6 -1'2 383'0 10:34P Chart for @C9H Options for @C9H
May 19 390'0 390'0 388'6 389'0 -1'2 390'2 10:37P Chart for @C9K Options for @C9K
Jul 19 395'2 395'2 394'2 394'4 -1'2 395'6 10:36P Chart for @C9N Options for @C9N
Sep 19 396'4 396'4 395'4 396'0 -0'6 396'6 10:34P Chart for @C9U Options for @C9U
Dec 19 401'4 401'6 401'0 401'2 -0'6 402'0 10:36P Chart for @C9Z Options for @C9Z
Mar 20 412'4 412'4 410'0 410'6 -1'6 411'2s 10:34P Chart for @C0H Options for @C0H
May 20 417'0 417'4 416'0 416'0 -2'0 416'6s 10:34P Chart for @C0K Options for @C0K
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Nov 18 865'2 866'2 860'4 861'4 -2'0 863'4 10:37P Chart for @S8X Options for @S8X
Jan 19 879'2 880'2 874'4 876'2 -1'4 877'6 10:36P Chart for @S9F Options for @S9F
Mar 19 892'2 893'0 887'4 889'0 -1'4 890'4 10:37P Chart for @S9H Options for @S9H
May 19 905'0 906'2 901'0 901'4 -2'2 903'6 10:36P Chart for @S9K Options for @S9K
Jul 19 915'2 916'4 911'2 911'6 -2'0 913'6 10:36P Chart for @S9N Options for @S9N
Aug 19 920'2 920'2 918'0 918'0 -0'2 918'2 10:36P Chart for @S9Q Options for @S9Q
Sep 19 919'2 919'2 919'2 919'2 0'0 919'2 10:37P Chart for @S9U Options for @S9U
Nov 19 926'2 927'2 922'6 923'6 -1'0 924'6 10:37P Chart for @S9X Options for @S9X
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Dec 18 513'0 514'2 511'2 512'6 -0'2 513'0 10:34P Chart for @W8Z Options for @W8Z
Mar 19 532'6 533'6 531'6 533'0 -0'4 533'4 10:34P Chart for @W9H Options for @W9H
May 19 545'0 546'0 544'0 544'0 -1'6 545'6 10:37P Chart for @W9K Options for @W9K
Jul 19 551'0 551'6 550'2 550'2 -1'4 551'6 10:37P Chart for @W9N Options for @W9N
Sep 19 563'4 567'0 561'0 563'0 -2'2 562'6s 10:34P Chart for @W9U Options for @W9U
Dec 19 576'6 576'6 576'4 576'4 -1'2 577'6 10:34P Chart for @W9Z Options for @W9Z
Mar 20 591'2 591'4 591'2 591'4 -1'6 589'4s 10:32P Chart for @W0H Options for @W0H
May 20 596'6 597'0 596'6 597'0 -2'0 596'2s 10:36P Chart for @W0K Options for @W0K
@CD - CANADIAN DOLLAR - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Nov 18 0.765700 0.765950 0.765500 0.765700 0.000600 0.765100 10:36P Chart for @CD8X Options for @CD8X
Dec 18 0.765250 0.766350 0.764800 0.766200 0.000750 0.765450 10:36P Chart for @CD8Z Options for @CD8Z
Jan 19 0.767050 0.765600 0.766050 0.766150 Chart for @CD9F Options for @CD9F
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Dec 18 54.375 54.375 52.000 52.050 -2.400 52.300s 04:11P Chart for @HE8Z Options for @HE8Z
Feb 19 62.200 62.225 60.000 60.125 -2.350 60.225s 04:11P Chart for @HE9G Options for @HE9G
Apr 19 68.325 68.325 66.700 66.750 -1.500 67.000s 01:05P Chart for @HE9J Options for @HE9J
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Oct 18 113.050 113.475 111.975 112.875 0.150 113.075s 04:11P Chart for @LE8V Options for @LE8V
Dec 18 117.400 117.775 116.175 117.275 - 0.200 117.175s 02:30P Chart for @LE8Z Options for @LE8Z
Feb 19 121.500 122.025 120.350 121.350 - 0.100 121.375s 04:11P Chart for @LE9G Options for @LE9G
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E15 Rule Expected in February
Thursday, October 18, 2018 7:41AM CDT
The EPA's fall agenda released on Wednesday outlines the timetables on several key ag-related regulations.
US Wants Aggressive Trade Talks
Thursday, October 18, 2018 7:33AM CDT
Coming off the completion of the new North American free-trade deal -- the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement -- the U.S. Trade Representative's office announced new talks on three possible trade negotiations.
Global Food Gap Growing
Thursday, October 18, 2018 6:51AM CDT
The 2018 Global Agricultural Productivity (GAP) Index, put together by the Global Harvest Initiative, continues to highlight that food production is not growing fast enough to sustainably feed the world in 2050. The problem is worse in low-income countries where production growth is falling way behind demand.
Why Beans Break
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 1:48PM CDT
Both genetics and environment contribute to shattering, but excessive rainfall and a delayed harvest were the primary culprits this year.


Corn Vom
What We Know
  • Corn in this area ranges from 5 to 30ppm vomitoxin (vom).
  • Corn should be harvested within the next month.
  • There is no market at this time for corn greater than 8ppm.
  • Mixing high vom corn (>8ppm) with lower vom corn(<8ppm) makes all the corn un-marketable.
  • This is going to be very difficult to manage!.
TESTING PROTOCOLS
OEL has the ability to test for vom levels in corn at all locations, but testing each load will slow down corn receiving.  Corn from every producer must be tested:
  • Farms with results below 8ppm will require at least 2 tests, subsequent loads from the same field may use an average vom to determine discounts, with the producer's agreement.
  • If vom is too high, OEL will make an effort to unload the first load for each producer even if the vom level is too high.OEL cannot accept further loads from the same farm at this time.Rejected sample loads will be discounted at $30/MT, subject to change.
  • Sampling must be done on combine samples only, hand-shelled samples do not give a true reading.
  • We anticipate that in the coming weeks we will be able to accept corn at levels higher than 8ppm.
 CROP INSURANCE: Producers are encouraged to contact Agricorp at 1-888-247-4999 if corn has been rejected or >8ppm.

SAFETY NOTE:
Ondrejicka Elevators has implemented safe handling policies and procedure for its employees.  Grain producers are encouraged to follow this lead and recognize the potential hazards

 
FURTHER INFORMATION:
OMAFRA's pre-harvest corn vomitoxin survey has been released and is available through Field Crop News (http://fieldcropnews.com/2018/10/2018-grain-corn-ear-mould-and-vomitoxin-don-survey/).  This website has valuable links to information on mycotoxin FAQ's for those looking for more in-depth information.
OMAFRA also has useful information, including some important thresholds for livestock producers:

www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/livestock/dairy/herd/food/mico4.htm
 

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"I am sorry to say that there is too much point to the wisecrack that life is extinct on other planets because their scientists were more advanced than ours."

~ John F. Kennedy


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Exeter, ON
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Temp: 8oC Feels Like: 5oC
Humid: 57% Dew Pt: 0oC
Barom: 30.27 Wind Dir: SW
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 13 km/h
Sunrise: 7:47 Sunset: 6:40
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DTN Weather Summary
Rain Friday in W. Midwest, S. Plains
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

The Southern Plains will see rain Friday and the light precip will also move into the western Midwest. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 2:10PM Thu Oct 18, 2018 CDT

Corn Vom
What We Know
  • Corn in this area ranges from 5 to 30ppm vomitoxin (vom).
  • Corn should be harvested within the next month.
  • There is no market at this time for corn greater than 8ppm.
  • Mixing high vom corn (>8ppm) with lower vom corn(<8ppm) makes all the corn un-marketable.
  • This is going to be very difficult to manage!.
TESTING PROTOCOLS
OEL has the ability to test for vom levels in corn at all locations, but testing each load will slow down corn receiving.  Corn from every producer must be tested:
  • Farms with results below 8ppm will require at least 2 tests, subsequent loads from the same field may use an average vom to determine discounts, with the producer's agreement.
  • If vom is too high, OEL will make an effort to unload the first load for each producer even if the vom level is too high.OEL cannot accept further loads from the same farm at this time.Rejected sample loads will be discounted at $30/MT, subject to change.
  • Sampling must be done on combine samples only, hand-shelled samples do not give a true reading.
  • We anticipate that in the coming weeks we will be able to accept corn at levels higher than 8ppm.
 CROP INSURANCE: Producers are encouraged to contact Agricorp at 1-888-247-4999 if corn has been rejected or >8ppm.

SAFETY NOTE:
Ondrejicka Elevators has implemented safe handling policies and procedure for its employees.  Grain producers are encouraged to follow this lead and recognize the potential hazards

 
FURTHER INFORMATION:
OMAFRA's pre-harvest corn vomitoxin survey has been released and is available through Field Crop News (http://fieldcropnews.com/2018/10/2018-grain-corn-ear-mould-and-vomitoxin-don-survey/).  This website has valuable links to information on mycotoxin FAQ's for those looking for more in-depth information.
OMAFRA also has useful information, including some important thresholds for livestock producers:

www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/livestock/dairy/herd/food/mico4.htm
 

Corn Vom
What We Know
  • Corn in this area ranges from 5 to 30ppm vomitoxin (vom).
  • Corn should be harvested within the next month.
  • There is no market at this time for corn greater than 8ppm.
  • Mixing high vom corn (>8ppm) with lower vom corn(<8ppm) makes all the corn un-marketable.
  • This is going to be very difficult to manage!.
TESTING PROTOCOLS
OEL has the ability to test for vom levels in corn at all locations, but testing each load will slow down corn receiving.  Corn from every producer must be tested:
  • Farms with results below 8ppm will require at least 2 tests, subsequent loads from the same field may use an average vom to determine discounts, with the producer's agreement.
  • If vom is too high, OEL will make an effort to unload the first load for each producer even if the vom level is too high.OEL cannot accept further loads from the same farm at this time.Rejected sample loads will be discounted at $30/MT, subject to change.
  • Sampling must be done on combine samples only, hand-shelled samples do not give a true reading.
  • We anticipate that in the coming weeks we will be able to accept corn at levels higher than 8ppm.
 CROP INSURANCE: Producers are encouraged to contact Agricorp at 1-888-247-4999 if corn has been rejected or >8ppm.

SAFETY NOTE:
Ondrejicka Elevators has implemented safe handling policies and procedure for its employees.  Grain producers are encouraged to follow this lead and recognize the potential hazards

 
FURTHER INFORMATION:
OMAFRA's pre-harvest corn vomitoxin survey has been released and is available through Field Crop News (http://fieldcropnews.com/2018/10/2018-grain-corn-ear-mould-and-vomitoxin-don-survey/).  This website has valuable links to information on mycotoxin FAQ's for those looking for more in-depth information.
OMAFRA also has useful information, including some important thresholds for livestock producers:

www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/livestock/dairy/herd/food/mico4.htm
 

 
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