Gerald-Main Office

14540 County Road U

Napoleon, OH 43545

419-598-8015 • Fax 419-598-8025

 

Archbold

3265 County Road 24

Archbold, OH 43502

419-445-2451 • 800-344-2451 • Fax 419-446-9472

 

Delta

6480 County Road 11

Wauseon, OH 43567

419-337-0093 • Fax 419-337-0082

 

Hamler

115 North Main Street

Hamler, OH 43524

419-274-8030 • 800-423-9385 • Fax 419-274-7721

 

Liberty Center

105 West North Street

Liberty Center, OH 43532

419-533-2321 • Fax 419-533-3299

 

Wauseon

15035 County Road J

Wauseon, OH 43567

419-337-4306 • Fax 419-337-4307

 

Ridgeville Corners Agronomy

20758 US Highway 6

Napoleon, OH 43545

419-267-3315 • Fax 419-267-5509 


Hours

  MON-FRI SAT & SUNDAY
GERALD 8 - 4:30 CLOSED
LIBERTY CENTER 8 - 4:30 CLOSED
WAUSEON 8 - 4:30 CLOSED
HAMLER 8 - 4:30 CLOSED
ARCHBOLD 8 - 4:30 CLOSED
DELTA 8 - 4:30 CLOSED
RIDGEVILLE AGRONOMY 8 - 4:30 CLOSED

 


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Free DP on Soybeans until 8/31/2021
Free DP on Corn until 8/31/2021 
 
Gerald Grain Center is pleased to announce we will again be offering the Gerald Grain Center Ken Freytag ScholarshipFor more information and a copy of the application please click on the link below.
2021 Scholarship Application
 

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Napoleon, Ohio (43545)

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Pressure 30.36 in. Hg
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Commentary

Cotton Falls Limit
March cotton futures have no daily limits during the delivery period, and they closed 4.09 cents weaker. May contracts were limited by the 4 cent allotted move, and the other front month cotton futures fell back 288 to 396 points. The weekly Export Sales data release showed 247,813 RBs sold...
Soy Complex Closes in Red
The domestic soy complex pulled back on Thursday led by 1.02% to 1.28% double digit losses for beans. Soymeal futures were in the black shortly after midday, but were down $3.40 to $4.20/ton at the close. BO futures ended the session with 18 to 43 point pull backs. USDA’s weekly...
Corn Pulls Back on Thursday
Front month corn futures were down 4 1/2 to 7 1/2 cents at the close. New crop futures pulled back less, closing 2 to 3 1/4 cents lower. USDA reported a MY low for the week’s corn export sales. Recall that the President’s Day holiday on Monday, and Lunar New...
Wheat Closes Weaker
On Thursday wheat futures pulled back. CBT futures were down 6 1/2 to 7 cents in new crop and 8 1/2 to 9 3/4 cents weaker in old crop. HRW futures contracts weakened 9 1/2 to 11 3/4 cents, widening the intra winter wheat spread to a 27 1/2 cent...
Hogs Mixed after Limit Gain
After the limit gain in April contracts on Wednesday, lean hogs closed within 40 cents of UNCH. Pork cutout futures were 42 to 47 cents higher at the close, but OI remains low. The CME Lean Hog Index was another $0.96 cents higher on Feb 23 to $79.12. USDA’s National...
Cattle Complex Closes Thursday Mixed
At the close, fat cattle futures were down 17 to 60 cents. Feb contracts were up 42 cents to $117, as OI continues to drop ahead of tomorrow’s expiration. At the close feeder cattle futures were a nickel higher in March but 32 to 42 cents stronger for the other...


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