Effective September 1, all locations’ business hours will be Monday thru Friday - 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Edon feed mill will continue to be closed for lunch from 12:00pm – 1:00 p.m.
During spring and harvest, the hours will be adjusted to accommodate our patrons.
Customers who have AT&T as their provider are not getting our texts for markets and hours. This is an issue with AT&T. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope AT&T resolves the issue soon.
|Montpelier Grain Terminal
11-715 Co Rd 13
Montpelier, OH 43543
- Wheat Sitting on Overnight Lows into Day Trade
- AM wheat quotes are down by 2 to 5 cents and are at or a penny off their overnight lows. The lead SRW contract stayed in a 6 ¼ cent range from -4 ¾ to +1 ½ cents. U.S. wheat futures were mixed on Wednesday, but were mostly stronger. CBT...
- Hogs Pushed Rally on Wednesday
- Lean hog futures ended the midweek session with some triple digit gains of as much as $1.97. The entirety of the complex was $0.35 to $1.97 higher in the front months. USDA’s National Average Morning Base Hog price Wednesday was 76 cents higher to $79.27. The 9/18 CME Lean Hog...
- Thursday Weakness for Cotton Market
- Early weakness on Thursday, with AM losses of 26 to 38 points, has the market back to break even for the week after stronger trade Monday and Tuesday. Yesterday, front month cotton futures closed 3 to 69 points in the red. That ended the session after a 116 point range...
- Cattle Rallied on Wednesday
- Front month fat cattle closed the midweek session with gains of $0.92 to $1.27. The feeder cattle futures were $0.55 to $1.30 higher on the day. Cash trade remains light for the week, with USDA confirming $184-$186 for the WCB in the few confirmed trades. The CME Feeder Cattle Index...
- Beans Dropping into FAS Data
- Early soybean action has the board down by double digits with losses of as much as 1.1%. Both meal and oil quotes are also red this morning as well. Yesterday, Beans closed up by 4 ½ to 8 cents in the black for the midweek session. That left Nov near...
- AM Corn Fading into Thursday
- The front month corn futures market is trading at or near the overnight lows with 2 to 3 cent losses. Corn futures ended the midweek trade session 4 ½ to 6 ½ cents higher. That left the Dec contract near the highs for the day, and at a 6c gain...