Please join us at Edon Farmers CoOp 28th Annual 

Customer Appreciation Night

Wednesday, April 17, 2024

4pm - 7pm

Edon Community Building

320 Parkway, Edon, Ohio

Thank you for your continued business.


We now have Free DP on beans and corn at all our locations. 

We continue to test vomitoxin levels on corn.


Let's think spring!!!


Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of April 17, 2024, 05:13:00 PM CDT or prior.

Local Weather

Edon Grain Terminal & Main Office
205 S. Michigan
P.O. Box 308
Edon, OH  43518
Edon Agronomy Plant 2
10-226 Co Rd 5
Edon, OH 43518

P O Box 426
117 E Morrison
Edgerton, OH  43517
Montpelier Grain Terminal
11-715 Co Rd 13
Montpelier, OH  43543

National Newswire

Cotton Extends Slide on Wednesday to Near Fall Lows
Wednesday trade in the cotton market had futures continuing the slide, with losses of 30 to 173 points, left by the nearbys. Pressure was coming from the crude oil side of things, with futures down $2.50. The US dollar index was also lower, down 295 points. ICE certified cotton stocks...
Beans Held Up by Product Pop
Soybeans saw 1 ½ to 5 cent higher trade on Wednesday, as there was some recovery in the product values. Soymeal ended the day with contracts up $1.20 to $3.40/ton, with Soy Oil 1 to 9 points higher in the front months and lower in the deferreds. The weekly Export...
Wheat Drops with Wednesday Weakness
The wheat markets closed the Wednesday with contracts heading towards the lows. Chicago futures were down 4 ¾ to 12 ¾ cents. Kansas City posted losses of 8 ¾ to 14 ¾ cents at the close. MPLS was the firmest of the three exchanges, but still lost 2 to 6...
Corn Creeps Lower into the Close
Corn ended the midweek session with weakness, as contracts were down ¾ to 2 ½ cents on the day. New crop December led the way with the 2 ½ cent drop, with May down the ¾. EIA data from this morning showed a sharp 73,000 barrel per day drop to...
Cattle Close Mixed on Wednesday
Live cattle futures were down a tick to 60 cents in the 2024 contracts on Wednesday with the 2025 futures up 7 to 45 cents. Cash action has been quiet this week. The Central Stockyards Fed Cattle Exchange saw no sales on the 1,376 head listed, with bids at $181...
Hogs Close Wednesday Mostly Higher
Hogs were mixed on the Wednesday trade session, as contracts were anywhere within 10 cents lower to 47 cents higher. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up 9 cents at $89.13 in the afternoon report. The CME Lean Hog Index was another 25 cents higher at $90.98 on...

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