Flagler Coop Association



(Daily Special) 

Monday, June 26th: Mushroom Swiss Burger, Fries & a Small Fountain

Tuesday, June 27th: BBQ Beef, Potato Salad & a Small Fountain

Wednesday, June 28th: Two Tostadas & a Small Fountain

Thursday, June 29th: Krautdog & a Small Fountain

Friday, June 30th: Lasagna, Garlic Bread & a Side Salad




SUNDAY 8:30 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.

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Cash Bids
Name Basis Month Basis Cash Price Notes

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Quotes retrieved on June 27, 2017, 03:35:11 PM CDT
Futures Quotes
Quotes retrieved on June 27, 2017, 03:35:11 PM CDT
Wheat -

Wheat futures are mostly higher at midday, as MPLS is once again the strongest, 11 to 16 cents higher in most contracts. KC and CBT are 2 to 5 1/2

Soybeans -

Soybean futures are currently 5 3/4 to 6 1/2 cents in the green at midday. July 17 soy meal is 50 cents higher with soy oil up 49 points in the

Corn -

Corn futures are trading 2 1/2 to 3 cents higher in the front months on Tuesday, after USDA showed little improvement in crop conditions in

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are trading 2 1/2 to 3 cents higher in the front months on Tuesday, after USDA showed little improvement in crop conditions in

Cotton -

Cotton futures are showing gains of 19 to 102 points today, with the help of a sharply lower US dollar, down 756 points. The Crop progress report

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures are mostly mixed with Aug, the only front month higher, up 25 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index for 6/23 was up another 45 cents to

Full commentary...

There is nothing better than getting cows out to green grass knowing that this is when they earn their keep and convert with hardly any labor or feed supplement. Maximize your forage utilization and herds performance by making sure they have a quality, bioavailable mineral in front of them. For 6-8 cents per day you can be confident that your cattle have what they need to thrive on pasture.


 Mineral Considerations can include:

Weatherized Mineral or Tubs to limit waste

Low Salt, 2 ounce consumption, mineral to capture the most value

Fly Control mineral to keep cows grazing (not stomping) 

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Flagler, Colorado (80815)

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Flagler Cooperative Association
P.O. Box 398
Flagler, CO  80815
Companywide e-mail: flaglercoop@esrta.com 
Elevator / Feedmill / Main Office
Phone: 719-765-4416
Fax:      719-765-4713 
General Manager/Grain: Brent Oestman 
General Operations Manager: Randy Fagerlund
Finance Manager: Angie Elrick
Feed Sales Manager: Weston Charles
Operations Manager: Eric Moore
Arriba Elevator Country Store Express
Phone: 719-768-3311  Phone: 719-765-4537
Fax: 719-768-3377
 Fax: 719-765-4344
Arriba Manager:  Kysor Brent
 C-Store Manager: Norma Nash

 Genoa Elevator
Phone: 719-765-4416  Phone: 719-763-2297
Fuels Manager: Chester Ewing  Fax: 719-763-2225
   Genoa Manager: Mark Hollowell
Phone: 719-765-4561
Station Manager: Terry Fowler

Ace Hardware  Hugo Elevator
Phone: 719-765-4648  Phone: 719-743-2692
Fax: 719-765-4535  Fax: 719-743-2164
Ace Manager: Brian Rowden  Hugo Manager: Mark Hollowell

2-W Elevator  
Phone: 719-775-9570  
Cell Phone Manager: 719-740-2778  
2-W Manager: Mark Hollowell