We are in hope that old man winter will let go and we can have some moisture, with some warmer weather. Our staff stands ready to blend your formulations for your strip tilling or can mix your blends with liquid whatever your fields need. Remeber to ask about the Avail product that is uniques formulation designed to minimize fixation and maximize your fertilizer investment. Keep a watchful eye on your alfalfa fields for weevil as we are seeing the numbers starting to increase daily.
Visit with us today to plan your fertilizer program for 2014 crops
Call Roland at
LARNED 620-285-6919 Call Rick at Dartmouth: 620-564-2773
Special Notice: Cash Bids are now shown in e-trade. Will still be delayed but will change during both day and night trading. Forward Contract Grain We are offering pricing for
NEW CROP -2014- 2015
See local Cash bids
For Details call KIM BARNES LARNED OFFICE 620-285-2161 AG LINKS (HOME PAGE) COMMODITY NEWS Weather Outlook:
GRAIN BIDS ARE SUBJECT
TO VERIFICATION WITH
THE GRAIN DEPARTMENT.
Cash bids are 10 minute delayed.
Due to the volatility in the grain futures,
we will be buying grains only from 8:30am
through 1:15 pm of each business day.
Pawnee County Coop will deliver value to our customers by providing agricultural marketing, technological information and services based on sound cooperative practices while operating as a profitable business.
To equip our agribusiness members with innovative, progressive ideas and information for them to make future advancements in agriculture to compete in the global market place.
Pawnee Co. Cooperative Association P. O. Box 50 103 East Third Larned, KS 67550
Pawnee Co. Cooperative Associations assumes no liability for the use of any information contained herein. Information contained herein was obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed as to it's accuracy. Neither the information, nor any opinion expressed, constitutes a solicitation to buy or sell any futures contract or option thereon.
Did You Know?
In 1970 the USDA developed a process to make sourdough bread outside of the San Francisco area