Hours 

Pasco Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday -Friday

HARVEST HOURS 

Pasco Elevator Hours: 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM Monday-Saturday; 8:00 to 5:00 Sunday  

Burbank Elevators Hours: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday-Saturday; Sunday closed

NOTE: ALL PRICES ARE NOW DELIVERED PASCO, NOT PORTLAND 

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Office #509-545-0900 & Elevator #509-545-5179
 
 
Call Tri-State Seed for any seed for fall planting. Contact Mason or John at 509-234-2500
 
Commentary
  

7/22/21: Entire ag complex lower this morning down 10-25c/bu.  DNS down 35c/bu past 3 days but still up approx a buck past 2 weeks.  US YC and Soybeans still looking to be a good crop.  US/Canada Spring wheat a disaster along with durum, canola, and almost all pulse crops.  Northern US weather still hot and dry next 6-10days out. Dryland yields down 30-40% or more on winter planted grains also.  Price Volatility remains high.

   

  

Cash Bids Delivered TCG

Futures Quotes
Quotes are delayed, as of July 24, 2021, 03:27:48 PM CDT or prior.
Commentary
Hog Complex Mostly Higher -

Lean hog futures were mixed going into the weekend. The nearbys were 5 to 90 cents stronger at the close, while deferred contracts fell 17 to 25

Cattle Close Black Heading into Weekend -

Pre report positioning left futures 42 to 70 cents in the black for the weekend. USDA has confirmed cash trade has been moderate through Thursday

Friday Cotton Found Strength -

After giving back most of Thursday’s gains, front month cotton prices were mixed to mostly weaker at the close. Going into the weekend, prices

Friday Wheat Drops into Close -

Wheat futures ended the session in the red. CBT SRW futures were 4 1/4 to 8 1/4 cents in the red. KC HRW futures closed the session 4 1/2 cents in

Corn Drops Double Digits Ahead of the Weekend -

Going into the weekend, front month corn futures were 10 1/4 to 18 1/4 cents weaker. December prices ended the week with a 22 1/2 cent loss from

Beans Close with Double Digit Losses -

Front month soybean prices ended the last trade day of the week with losses of 3 1/4 to 15 1/2 cents. August was the sharpest drop, but remained

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