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/Missouri facilities.

On this site, you'll find cash bids, hours of operations, contact information, and local weather for our Kansas/Missouri 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.

Adrian / Harrisonville 816-297-4502   Pittsburg, KS 620-232-5800
Butterfield 417-442-3125       
 
 
Customer Transaction Website
 Scoular 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.

 

Electronic Contracts and Text Bids

Scoular is always looking for ways to improve the efficiency of our processes. With your approval, Scoular will send contract confirmations via email and/or daily grain bids via text or email. 

To sign up, please call your local Scoular office and they will help you with the process. 

Commentary
Corn -

Corn futures finished Monday mixed and most contracts were within 1/4 cent of unchanged. Weekly export inspections for corn were a strong 963,897

Soybeans -

Soybean futures traded 7 3/4 to 9 3/4 cents lower to start the week. Prices were hindered by drier weather in Argentina, helping the saturated soil

Wheat -

Wheat futures settled mixed with CBT and KC both higher and MPLS down 4 1/4 cents.  The USD was down 720 points on the session. Weekly USDA

Cattle -

Live cattle closed mixed from a dime lower to 20 cents higher on Monday. Feeder futures were mainly lower with most contracts down 17.5 to 60

Lean Hogs -

Lean hogs finished lower on the session with Feb and May futures down 30 cents, and April hogs 70 cents lower. The CME lean hog index for 1/19 was

Cotton -

Cotton futures showed triple digit gains in the front three contracts on Monday.  Dec17 futures gained less than half as much as March 17

Full commentary...
USDA Newswire
Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on January 24, 2017, 07:04:12 AM CST