Elwood, NE

32.7°Partly Cloudy

30.36 in +

Wind: From the South at 9.8 MPH


Contract Month Change Open High Low Last Updated
Corn (P) Mar 2015 -5-4 367-4 367-4 366-0 366-0 10:46
Corn (P) May 2015 -3-6 379-2 379-2 376-2 376-2 10:30
Soybeans (P) Mar 2015 -10-2 967-0 967-0 957-2 958-0 10:20
Soybeans (P) May 2015 -7-4 972-0 972-0 967-2 967-2 10:12
Wheat (P) Mar 2015 unch 509-4 509-4 507-6 507-6s 01/30/15
Wheat (P) May 2015 unch 513-0 513-4 512-4 512-4s 01/30/15
Live Cattle Feb 2015 +0.125 153.775 154.675 152.800 153.650 10:50
Feeder Cattle Apr 2015 +0.100 204.225 205.675 203.275 204.300 10:50
Lean Hogs Feb 2015 -1.000 68.400 68.975 67.375 67.550 10:50


Beef Journal

Discovering New Profit Centers for Your Cattle Operation

Additional profit centers can be a means to generate extra income. UNL Extension Educator Randy Saner shares some thoughts.

Remembering Longtime Angus Breeder Henry Gardiner

Ashland, Kansas cattleman left lasting mark on the beef industry. Today, Gardiner Angus Ranch is a fourth-generation, family-owned ranch and one of the premier Angus seedstock operations in America

NCBA urging renewal of Trade Promotion Authority

As trade negotiators meet again this week, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association urges the renewal of Trade Promotion Authority, legislation that gives the President authority to negotiate trade agreements with an assurance that Congress will give the


Mitigating Global Challenges Focus of Inaugural Henry C. Gardiner Lecture

In the next 35 years, farmers will have to produce more food than the world has produced in its history, a challenge some are calling the greatest challenge we've ever faced. However daunting it may seem, Robert Fraley is optimistic

Be part of the Kansas Wheat spokesperson program

Speak for Wheat: Share your story through the Kansas Wheat spokesperson program Spokespersons learn about wheat research during a tour of the Kansas Wheat Innovation Center.

East Coast Winter Weather Is No Match for Biodiesel

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has been using biodiesel in a number of vehicles for the last decade. The agency’s network of aviation, ground, rail and seaport facilities is among the busiest in the country.


Governor's Ag Conference in Kearney March 4 & 5

Gov. Pete Ricketts has announced the schedule for his inaugural Governor’s Ag Conference. This years event will be held Wednesday and Thursday, March 4th-5th at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center in Kearney. It is the 27th annual.

Location and Quality Driving Current Land Values

As 2014 came to a close, land values had stabilized from the double digit increases of the past few years, according to Farmers National Company. Supply and demand supporting the land market.

Kansas Farm Bureau seeking 'Century Farms'

Kansas Farm Bureau honors the tradition and heritage of family farms with their popular Century Farm efforts, which is beginning 15 years across Kansas.


Kansas County-Level Agriculture impact data now available

The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) has released an interactive map depicting the economic impact of agriculture in each of the 105 counties in Kansas.

Increase of brand inspection fee considered

The Nebraska Brand Committee could increase its inspection fee cap under legislation heard by the Agriculture Committee Jan. 27. The brand committee inspects cattle and investigates missing and stolen cattle in Nebraska

K-State Presents Youth Animal Science Learning Opportunity

High school students can apply now for the Kansas State University Animal Sciences Leadership Academy’s 2015 class.


We Must Cut Taxes

Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts says the state is united in making the state a better place for communities, children and grandchildren and he is seeking advice on how to grow Nebraska.

Vilsack: Imperative Congress act on Trade Promotion Authority this year

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack says What makes the agricultural economy stronger makes our entire nation's economy stronger. It is imperative that Congress act on Trade Promotion Authority early this year.

Restoring Trade with Cuba Makes Economic, Moral Sense

Kansas U.S. Senator Jerry Moran has worked for a number of years to modify the unilateral U.S. sanctions that restict the ability of American farmers and ranchers to sell products to Cuba. In this guest column he says restoring trade with Cuba makes econo

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