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Troy Elevator, Inc. Announcements:

  • Troy Elevator is looking for a full-time bookkeeper.  To those of you who have applied and/or interviewed, we sincerely apologize for the delay.  Harvest snuck up on us and occupied our time.  If you applied earlier and are still interested, please call or text 641-208-5623 and let us know.  If you are interested and have not yet applied, there is still time.  We will be accepting applications through November 30th.  You may pick up an application at Troy Elevator, 506 Weaver Road.  Applications and resumes may be returned to 506 Weaver Road or emailed to fnewton@troyelevatorinc.com.  


  • Troy Elevator will be closed Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th in observance of Thanksgiving.  We will reopen Monday, November 27th.





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Cattle Selling Continues on Monday -

Live cattle futures tried to rebound at the open, contracts ended the day with $1.47 to $2.82 losses. of today’s action is compiling showlists,

Wheat Sale Continues on Cyber Monday -

The wheat market was in collapse mode on Monday, as the market puts things on sale to trigger more export business. Chicago contracts were down 14

Soybeans Stuck in Neutral on Monday -

Soybeans were mixed at the close, with front months fractionally to a penny weaker and other contracts steady to a penny higher. The product values

Cotton Settles Weaker on Monday -

Cotton posted losses of 144 to 180 points on Monday to start the week off on a lower note. Crude oil was down $0.52/barrel, with the US dollar index

Corn Weaker on MY Low in Shipments -

Corn futures closed out the Monday session with contracts down 1 ¾ to 7 ¾ cents lower across the board. Weakness in the wheat complex was not

Hogs Head Lower to Start New Week -

Hogs saw losses of 62 cents to $1.85 on Monday, with Dec the exception, up 30 cents. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price was reported at an

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