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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.

 

 

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Garden City, Kansas (67846)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 80°F Dew point: 55°F
Humidity: 42% Pressure: 30.02 in. Hg
Wind: 10 mph From: Southeast

Forecast

Monday
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Hi: 83°
Lo: 60°
Tuesday
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Hi: 81°
Lo: 57°
Wednesday
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Hi: 81°
Lo: 57°
Thursday
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Hi: 90°
Lo: 62°
Friday
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Hi: 92°
Lo: 61°

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Commentary
Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are showing 3 to 8 cent gains in most contracts. They are well off their highs, but spillover strength from soybeans are keeping most

Wheat Higher on Spillover from the Rest of the Grain Complex -

Wheat futures are trading firm to 5 cents higher in most winter wheat contracts on Monday, with MPLS fractionally mixed. This morning’s Export

Cotton Higher Ahead of Crop Progress Report -

Cotton futures are up 23 to 75 points in most contracts on Monday. USDA will update the progress of the Cotton crop this afternoon, with last

Soybeans Higher as Rains Threaten Planting -

Soybean futures are near session highs, up 16 to 17 1/2 cents at midday. Rains and forecasts for more along the Corn Belt this week are supportive.

Hogs Post Triple Digit Gains on Monday -

Lean Hog futures are up 70 cents in deferred contracts and as much as $1.65 higher in the front months. The CME Lean Hog Index was down 11 cents

Corn Higher at Midday, Held Up by Soybeans -

Corn futures are showing 3 to 8 cent gains in most contracts. They are well off their highs, but spillover strength from soybeans are keeping most

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