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CORN (May 15) 391'4 -0'2
CORN (Jul 15) 399'4 -0'2
CORN (Sep 15) 406'6 -0'2
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT (May 15) 552'6 10'0
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT (Jul 15) 558'0 9'0
HARD RED WINTER WHEAT (Sep 15) 568'2 8'6
SOYBEANS (May 15) 968'0 -7'2
SOYBEANS (Jul 15) 972'4 -6'4
SOYBEANS (Aug 15) 971'0 -6'4
LIVE CATTLE (Apr 15) 162.400 0.950
LIVE CATTLE (Jun 15) 152.650 0.975
LIVE CATTLE (Aug 15) 149.750 0.900
FEEDER CATTLE (Apr 15) 218.775 2.050
FEEDER CATTLE (May 15) 217.700 2.350
FEEDER CATTLE (Aug 15) 218.900 2.025
LEAN HOGS (Apr 15) 61.275 0.150
LEAN HOGS (May 15) 68.125 0.150
LEAN HOGS (Jun 15) 74.925 -0.150
WHEAT (May 15) 507'4 8'4
WHEAT (Jul 15) 512'0 7'2
WHEAT (Sep 15) 520'6 6'6
Congratulations to Eric Christensen and Aaron Gebauer on their re-election to the CHS/M&M Cooperative board of directors.
Eric Christensen- Morgan County, 2015-2019 term, Returning Director: Eric is a partner in the family business, Christensen Brothers. They operate a cow herd, a cow feedlot and farm irrigated alfalfa, corn, wheat, and pasture. They also sell freezer beef and host cutting horse practices and clinics on their farm. Eric is a graduate of Simpson College with a degree in business management. He has served on the Board of Directors since 2000.
Aaron Gebauer- At Large, 2015-2019 term, Returning Director: Aaron is a graduate of UNC in Business with an emphasis in Accounting. He joined the family farming operation when he was in High School and has also worked part time for the USPS in Yuma for 18 years. Gebauer Brothers LLC, both farm and ranch together with their parents. They raise wheat, corn, and hay annually. They also have a cow/calf operation. Aaron has served on the Board since 2012.
CHS Foundation now accepting scholarship applications
High school students are invited to apply for a $1,000 scholarship from the CHS Foundation, the major giving entity of CHS. More than 300 scholarships are expected to be awarded, 100 of which will be given to high school students pursuing agricultural-related degrees at colleges and universities across the country. Students pursuing a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) field of study with an interest in agriculture will also be considered.
"Last year, CHS awarded 240 scholarships to agriculture students at 80 colleges across the United States," says William Nelson, president, CHS Foundation and vice president, CHS Corporate Citizenship. "In 2015, CHS will build on its commitment to developing future leaders by awarding more than 300 scholarships to agriculture students throughout the United States and Canada."
The high school scholarship application deadline is April 1, 2015. An independent, external committee will select scholarship recipients based on essays, transcripts and reference letters.
In addition to the 100 high school scholarships, CHS will award more than 200 scholarships to students currently enrolled in an agricultural-related degree at partnering two- and four-year colleges throughout the United States and Canada. Application deadlines vary by university.
Several CEO's and General Managers were recently recognized at the CHS Annual Meeting for 25 or more years within CHS system. Mel Domine (pictured to the right with CHS CEO, Carl Casale), Managing Director of M&M Cooperative was recognized for his 26 years of service with CHS. Congratulations, Mel!