United Coop's Marketing Outlook Meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 at Ed Prince Bld at Hamilton Co. Fairgrounds. The meeting will be from 9-12 am and lunch will follow the meeting. Speakers will be Matt Mlynarczyk from CHS discussing the outlook for pertroleum, Justin Glisan (IA State Climatologist) with a weather outlook and Bevan Everett from FCStone on a grain market outlook. Please call your local branch to help United get a head count on food by March 2nd.

United Coop will start to received corn and beans free price later on January 15, 2020. Please check with the location you will be hauling as may be times they will unable to accept if have space limitations. Free price later grain must be sold for nearby prices only and can not be sold for defrerred delivery prices.



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