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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Quotes retrieved on December 05, 2020, 04:53:23 PM CST

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 The health and safety of our customers and our employees is the number one priority at Gerald Grain Center. While our offices are now open please continue to practice all recommended CDC guidelines including social distancing. 

 

As always any feed or agronomy needs can be set out through phone orders. Please remain in your vehicles during pick up. Any questions please contact your local branch. Thank you for your support during this time


Local Weather

Napoleon, Ohio (43545)

Current Conditions Cloudy
Temperature 34°F
Dew Point 22°F
Pressure 30.13 in. Hg
Humidity 61%
Wind 4 mph
From Northwest


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Commentary

Wheat Weakens on Friday
Friday trading sent wheat futures into the weekend with losses. Chicago SRW closed 5 1/4 to 9 cents weaker, with a 5% loss for March from Friday to Friday. KC HRW wheat futures ended 3 3/4 to 7 cents lower, with March down 4% on the week. MPLS spring wheat...
Cattle Complex Closes Friday Mixed
Live cattle futures closed 12 to 22 cents lower on the day, save for a 72 cent drop in Dec as options rolled off the board. Feeder cattle futures ended the session mostly higher with 7 to 10 cent gains in the front months. Jan contracts ended with a 2...
Hogs Weakened for Weekend
Lean hog futures closed the last trade day of the week mixed but mostly lower. April contracts ended with a 2 cent gain on the day, but the other front months were 15 to 35 cents lower. Dec hogs ended the week even with last Friday’s close. The CME Lean...
Corn Fades Afternoon Closes in Red
Afternoon trading pushed corn even lower as futures head into the weekend with 5 1/2 to 6 cent losses. March contracts were down 8 1/2 cents for the week. USDA reported a large export sale of 182,020 MT of corn to Mexico under the daily reporting system. Official Census corn...
Beans Close a Nickel Lower on Friday
A late session selling program pushed soybeans to minus 4 1/4 to 5 1/4 cents on the day. Jan contracts closed 28 3/4 cents below last Friday. Soybean meal futures closed the session $4.00 to $4.50 lower. Soy oil futures went the other way, up 51 to 68 points for...
Cotton Fades in Afternoon But Is Higher on Day
After giving back some of the triple digit gains, front month cotton futures still closed 37 to 46 points higher. December cotton futures expire on Tuesday, they were down 2.5% on the week. Census export data showed an unsurprising record October with 1.195m bales shipped. YTD exports for the first...


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