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Midwest Ag Finance is a financial services company 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 Midwest Ag, we are ag people serving ag people.

What's New at Midwest Ag?
What's New at Midwest Ag?
NOTICE FOR ALL WHEAT GROWERS: Vomitoxin has been reported in wheat in some southern Indiana counties. If you suspect this, contact your crop insurance agent ASAP, as there are certain steps that you need to take.

Ball State University student documentary shares role farms play in the food system  

This March Revenue Management Update contains information about the USDA and stock prices

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.

Local farm operation, with ties to MAF, featured in the winter issue of Indiana Beef Magazine

Read this interesting article entitled Indiana's Harvest from Technology

Congratulations to Grant VonDielingen, a loan manager and crop insurance specialist in our Seymour office!


Further Resources
> Purdue Extension Office
> United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
> Indiana Beef Council
> Indiana Soybean Alliance
> Midwest Dairy Association
> farmdoc (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
> Indiana State Fair
> Purdue Women in Ag

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Market Snapshot
Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on July 23, 2014, 05:24:33 PM CDT
Market Commentary
Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed mostly 2 cents higher.  EIA weekly ethanol stocks were 17.9 million barrels, which is even with last week. 

Wheat -

Wheat futures settled mostly 3 to 5 cents higher. Egypt took advantage of the price decline to schedule a buying tender overnight. They (GASC)

Corn -

Corn futures closed mostly 2 cents higher.  EIA weekly ethanol stocks were 17.9 million barrels, which is even with last week. 

Soybeans -

Soybean futures closed 16 to 18 cents higher today, with strong support from the meal market and its $9.70/ton gain.  DDG prices are

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled mixed, with prices still grinding out along chart support. Futures volume slowed to less than 9,000 contracts for the day.

Lean Hogs -

Lean hogs were locked limit down in the front four contracts at the end of the day.  The carcass cutout price and cash hog prices have

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Important Events
important events

JULY 2014

July 4
Closed for July 4th Holiday

July 15
Acreage Report Deadline

July 21-26
Knox County Fair in Bicknell, IN

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Crops in Your Area

July 6, 2014


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