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Welcome to WindRiver Grain, L.L.C.! Located in southwestern Kansas, WindRiver Grain operates as a stand alone company with an entrepreneurial spirit. Our vision is to be the preferred market choice to U.S. grain originators and world end-users.

Our mission is bringing world markets to Southwest Kansas maximizing our owners' investments in WindRiver Grain, L.L.C.

 

 

Loading Trains is Our Passion!!!


Unloading Trucks Is Our Other Passion!!!
What's New at WindRiver Grain

Pictured in the photo from left to right is Carl Bors, Kain Mitts, David Acosta, & Emily Greene. The group spent the afternoon learning about WindRiver and also toured the ethanol plant and TP&L.

Youth Entrepreneurs is a year-long class that teaches business and entrepreneurial education to high school students, providing experiences that help them prosper and become contributing members of society.

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WindRiver Cupcakes

The women at WindRiver call themselves the 'WindRiver Cupcakes'. They love to cook. Click here to go to the WindRiver Cupcake Webpage for their favorite recipes.

This week's favorite is: Tina's Banana Bread.

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Garden City, Kansas (67846)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 23°F Dew point: 15°F
Humidity: 71% Pressure: 30.25 in. Hg
Wind: 10 mph From: Southeast

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Friday

Hi: 46°
Lo: 30°
Saturday

Hi: 47°
Lo: 22°
Sunday

Hi: 50°
Lo: 20°
Monday

Hi: 35°
Lo: 13°
Tuesday

Hi: 24°
Lo: 12°

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Quotes retrieved on December 09, 2016, 10:53:38 PM CST
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Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures settled mostly 6 cents higher on Friday, and the December 16 contract logged a 15 cent gain for the week. USDA left projected US corn

Cotton -

Cotton futures finished Friday mostly 48 to 62 points lower, and March17 finished the week with just a 24 point loss. The monthly USDA Crop

Lean Hogs -

Lean hogs ended Friday higher in the front two contracts, but April 17 lost 40 cents; it is still $4.50 higher than Feb 17. Dec16 hogs posted a

Cattle -

Live cattle futures ended Friday with losses mostly from 12.5 to 32.5 cents after coming back from triple digit losses around mid-session. Dec16

Wheat -

Wheat futures ended Friday with moderate gains in all three markets. For the week, the front months were up 12 3/4 cents in CBT and 5 1/2 cents in

Soybeans -

Soybean futures ended Friday at least a dime higher on the session, and January 17 was up a dime/bushel from a week earlier. Dec16 bean meal was up

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