CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF COOPERATIVE SUCCESS

Providing "Service from the Ground Up" for 100 years

Founded in 1917, Elkhart Coop has been the area farmer’s business partner for 100 years.  Elkhart Coop employs local residents, makes purchases from local businesses and hires local contractors when updating facilities. Elkhart Coop is part of the community; our employees are from the communities we serve, and we’re active in supporting causes in our communities. From supporting area schools and raising money for local food pantries to helping local FFA chapters and bidding on 4-H’ers’ animals at county fairs, Elkhart Coop is embedded in our communities. Being local, your co-op knows you, your family, your land, and what it takes to make your operation successful.

Cooperative Minded ~ Farmer Owned

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QUOTE OF THE DAY

"Live in such a way that you would not be ashamed to sell your parrot to the town gossip." ~ Will Rogers

 

 

 

 

What is a Co-op?

Cooperatives are owned and controlled by the people who use them. Cooperatives differ from other businesses because they are member owned and operate for the mutual benefit of members.

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Local Weather

Elkhart, Kansas (67950)

Current Conditions: Clear
Temperature: 54°F Dew point: 30°F
Humidity: 40% Pressure: 30.10 in. Hg
Wind: 10 mph From: Southwest

Forecast

Sunday

Hi: 71°
Lo: 44°
Monday

Hi: 68°
Lo: 39°
Tuesday

Hi: 63°
Lo: 40°
Wednesday

Hi: 79°
Lo: 48°
Thursday

Hi: 69°
Lo: 31°

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Commentary
Corn -

Corn futures ended Friday with most contracts 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 cents lower. The USDA announced private export sales of 125,000 MT of corn to Unknown

Cattle -

Live cattle futures settled Friday with gains of 45 to 62.5 cents in the front months. Feeder cattle futures were 12.5 to 47.5 cents higher. The CME

Soybeans -

Soybean futures lost 7 1/4 to 7 3/4 cents in the nearby contracts on Friday. Drier weather this week is pressuring the market, as most traders are

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures finished with most contracts 47.5 to 62.5 cents higher. The CME Lean Hog Index for 10/18 jumped another $1.13 over the previous day

Cotton -

Cotton futures were 24 to 43 points lower in most contracts on Friday, pressured by a sharply rising UD dollar, up 397 points. The Adjusted World

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended Friday with most contracts 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 cents lower. The USDA announced private export sales of 125,000 MT of corn to Unknown

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