2022 Average Pricing Program - Results (updated 6/22/22)


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Tremont Co-operative is partnering up with Total Farm Marketing to add a managed pricing program to our marketing tools. The TFM PriceProducer contracts are professionally managed by a team and offer a variety of contracts to choose from for both corn and soybeans for a small fee.

For more information, learn more here.

For a quick link to FAQs, click here.


Check out the  RESOURCES  tab on the right for a listing of contracts we offer here at Tremont Coop.
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 Tremont Coop will now be able to handle Duracade corn.

All traits still not approved for export markets will still not be able to be taken at any Tremont Coop facility. 




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2020 Crop Ins Prices: $3.88 and $9.17

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Wheat Staging Turnaround Tuesday -

So far through Tuesday’s session the wheat markets are up by double digits in the winter wheats. Spring wheat prices are off their early session

Feeders Down on Grain Recovery. -

Front month live cattle futures are firm in the June contract, but down 32 to 52 cents in the other nearbys. Feeder cattle are down by triple digits

Hogs Pushing Downside -

Lean hog futures are extending the drop out of the weekend with front month losses of $0.07 to $1.27 through midday. USDA’s National Average Base

Beans Extending Bounce -

Front month soy trading is leading the board higher led by new crop beans. Soybean prices are up double digits with 1.9% to 2.1% gains of 30 cents.

Cotton Firming after Hard Losses -

Sharply lower trade in the cotton market left the board below $1/lb in new crop for the first time since Jan. So far through the Turnaround Tuesday

Corn Off Highs, but Still in Black -

Corn prices have faded into the midday prints, but the board is still up +1%. New crop recovering 7 1/4 to 9 cents to July’s 15 1/4 cent bounce.

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