Welcome
We recently asked what we could be doing better to meet your needs, and several of you said you wished we had a website where you could access information any time of day.  Consider that wish granted.  Welcome to Scoular's new website for our Kansas facilities.

On this site, you'll find cash bids, hours of operations, contact information, and local weather for our Kansas facilities.  Just click on one of the locations listed below or use the links to the left under Locations to view the location of interest to you.  In addition to location-specific information, you can also log on to our customer transaction website, check the futures markets, access market news and commentary, and more.

You can also access the site on your mobile device. Go to: m.scoularkansas.com

Coolidge
Downs
Goodland
Idalia
Minneapolis & Ada

(620) 372-8611
(785) 454-3513
(785) 890-3639
(970) 354-7441
(785) 392-3011

 
Pittsburg
(620) 232-5800
(620) 933-2440
(785) 823-6301
(620) 376-4615
(620) 326-3313
(785) 846-7657
Customer Transaction Website
The Scoular Company is pleased to provide you access to our MyScoular customer transaction website. This website allows you to view your contracts, pricing, delivery dates, unshipped balances, payments, and more. Click here to learn more .

Don't have an account? Call your local Scoular office to set up your MyScoular customer transaction website account.

Already have an account? Log in here: https://www.scoularcustomerdata.com/Login.aspx.
Commentary
Cattle -

Cattle futures opened lower, rallied into plus territory, and then closed $0.70 to $1.575 lower on the day. The Cattle on Feed report leaned bearish

Wheat -

Wheat futures were sharply lower on the day, with double digit losses in the front months on all three major classes; and new life of contract

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures were mixed on the day with the May contract picking up about 32 cents, and the Fall through Spring contracts were as much as 40

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled 3 to 5 cents lower on the day. Expected slippage in old crop feed use and improved planting progress were the main

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed just a few cents higher on the day, buoyed by a USDA announced 158,000 MT export sale to unknown destinations this morning.

Corn -

Corn futures settled 3 to 5 cents lower on the day. Expected slippage in old crop feed use and improved planting progress were the main

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Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on April 28, 2015, 12:14:39 AM CDT