STORE WILL BE OPEN

DURING ROAD CONSTRUCTION!!!

 

Starting Monday, March 8th Hwy W  (Railroad Street) will be closed to thru traffic but you will still be able to get to the businesses.  Parking will be available either in front of the mill or across the street at the Implement.  Thank you for  your patience as they start to make improvements to the road. 


VIEW YOUR ACCOUNT AND PAY YOUR BILL ONLINE!!!
  • You can now view your invoices, statements, and more all online.  Click here to be taken to the  website to signup for online account access or call us at the mill and we can talk you through the steps. 

    Benefits to signing up:
  • View invoices
  • View Statements 
  • Pay your bill online
  • View scale tickets for commodities 
  • View Grain Bank (storage) balances
  • View proof of yields  
  • View all the above 24/7 from anywhere

 

 


Cash Bids
Notes Delivery Start Basis Cash Price Futures Change Futures Price
Shell Corn 2YC          
Soybeans 1YSB          
Oats          
Wheat SRWW          
Quotes are delayed, as of April 23, 2021, 09:05:51 AM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.

 

 


Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of April 23, 2021, 09:05:51 AM CDT or prior.

 

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New mill construction 

Click the link to view photos of the progress

 

                                                         

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The warm weather of early March has possibly gotten an itch in some people’s bottom to get out and start scratching ground.  While I would refrain from putting seeds in the ground other than possibly frost seeding some grasses or clovers in a pasture or hay field, spreading manure or fertilizer is something that could get done if the ground allows for it.  Be conscious of the moisture in the ground.  Driving on too wet of ground and making ruts or compacting the soil could cause you problems when the ground is ready for planting.  Instead, now is a good time to do a last minute over-view of your seed and fertilizer order as well as a final go over of equipment to makes sure when the ground is fit to be planted that you are ready to go.  Soon we will be having the seed available for pick up or delivery for your operation.  Please start to get a spot ready for your seed so we can get it in your possession before you are in desperate need of it.

 


WE WANT TO FEED YOUR NEXT CHAMPION!

Announcements of county fairs and other shows has us very excited to be back in touch with our show feed customers again!

Reach out to us for your next batch of ShowRite show feed.  We have many different options for cattle, sheep and pigs!  When looking for those supplements to give your animal that 'winning edge' be sure to reach out to us with enough lead time so we can work with you to get them in stock.  Supplies can be limited at times.

We look forward to seeing your backdrop pictures in the near future!

 

                                     

 

 

 


Local Weather
Allenton, Wisconsin (53002)

Current Conditions Few Clouds
Temperature 52°F
Dew Point 30°F
Pressure 30.00 in. Hg
Humidity 43%
Wind 8 mph
From Southwest


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