Beacon Ag Group, a department of Beacon Credit Union, a financial services company, is committed to the needs of agriculture. We employ creative approaches and old-fashioned personal service to help you determine the best solution for your needs. We strive to be your trusted provider for loans, crop insurance and equipment leasing. At Beacon Ag, we are ag people serving ag people.
What's New at Midwest Ag?
What's New at Beacon Ag?
This July 2016 Revenue Management Update contains a summary of the USDA report and explains how Price Select is benefitting producers who used it in 2016.
This June 2016 Revenue Management Update contains a report on the recent wheat and soybean crop impact.
This May 2016 Revenue Management Update features a summary of the May USDA crop report and an update on managed funds.
This April 2016 Revenue Management Update features information about new farm programs, ARC & PLC.
This March 2016 Revenue Management Update contains information about DCIS’ new crop insurance programs, Revenue & Yield Select.
This February 2016 Revenue Management Update contains information about the USDA and DCIS’ Price Select program.
This January 2016 Revenue Management Update is a review of the month's USDA reports, including updated Market Year Average prices estimates, and an optimistic outlook for 2016.
Crop insurance policies have undergone name changes, along with some of their features. Let one of our agents bring you up to speed or click on the Crop Insurance tab in the upper right section of this page to read more.
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Quotes retrieved on July 27, 2016, 12:18:54 AM CDT
Lean Hogs -
Lean hog futures lost 72.5 cents to $1.075, with front month Aug16 hogs the weakest. The CME Lean Hog index for 7/22 was 68 cents lower at $76.45.Cotton -
Cotton futures were up 139 to 166 points on Tuesday, with benchmark Dec16 cotton leading the charge. Prices were supported by week over weekAg Market Commentary -
Corn futures settled around 2 cents lower on Tuesday, pressured by a slowing in Chinese demand, and improved US crop condition ratings in keyCorn -
Corn futures settled around 2 cents lower on Tuesday, pressured by a slowing in Chinese demand, and improved US crop condition ratings in keySoybeans -
Soybean futures finished 7 1/2 to 9 3/4 cents higher on Turnaround Tuesday, with front month Aug16 beans leading the way. However, the nearbyWheat -
Wheat futures settled 10 to 11 1/4 cents lower in KC and MPLS, and 13 to 14 1/4 cents lower in CHI on Tuesday. The potential for a record RussianFull commentary...
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