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 Corn May 2019    
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 Soybeans May 2019    
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Price as of 05/23/19 02:28PM CDT.
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@C - CORN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 399'0 387'0 390'2 -4'6
Sep 407'6 395'6 398'6 -5'2
Dec 416'6 405'2 407'6 -4'6
Mar 427'0 416'6 419'4 -3'4
May 430'6 422'0 423'6 -2'6
Jul 433'4 426'0 427'2 -1'4
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 834'0 817'0 820'6 -7'0
Aug 840'6 824'4 827'4 -7'2
Sep 847'0 830'6 834'2 -7'0
Nov 860'4 843'6 847'0 -7'0
Jan 871'4 856'2 859'2 -7'0
Mar 880'0 865'6 869'0 -5'6
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 485'4 466'2 469'2 -2'4
Sep 492'0 474'0 477'4 -2'4
Dec 504'6 488'2 491'4 -1'6
Mar 517'0 502'0 504'4 -1'0
May 522'2 508'6 511'2 0'2
Jul 520'2 507'6 510'4 1'2
 
@C - CORN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 399'0 387'0 390'2 -4'6
Sep 407'6 395'6 398'6 -5'2
Dec 416'6 405'2 407'6 -4'6
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 834'0 817'0 820'6 -7'0
Aug 840'6 824'4 827'4 -7'2
Sep 847'0 830'6 834'2 -7'0
 
@W - WHEAT - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Jul 485'4 466'2 469'2 -2'4
Sep 492'0 474'0 477'4 -2'4
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Jun 111.650 110.550 110.775 0.150
Aug 108.975 107.800 108.100 0.200
 
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Jun 89.775 88.075 89.500 -0.225
Jul 91.775 89.675 90.975 -0.100

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Walsh Grain Farms Inc.
N3092 Hwy 12 & 16   Mauston,WI  53948
PH:  608-847-7291
Fax: 608-847-5357


Walsh Grain Farms Inc. is a family owned and operated grain handling business in Mauston,WI.  
We are located 4.5 miles east of Mauston on Hwy 12 & 16.

John E. Walsh Sr., President, founded the business in 1980.  
We became incorporated in February of 1985.  

John Walsh Jr. is the Grain Manager giving the farmers the best price in the area.
Seth Laehn, son'n'law, is also in the grain plant assisting John.  

Judy Neve is the Office Manager along with sister, Jane Salverson, handling the office bookkeeping of the business.

James Walsh is the Shop Manager keeping all the trucks and equipment in top shape.
 
Dave Walsh is the Manager of  the Walsh Bio Fuels Plant.
website: http://www.walshbiofuel.com 

Walsh Grain Farms Inc. has a storage capacity of 2,500,000 bushel of corn and soybeans.
We have 20 tractor-semis serving the area farmers assisting them with getting their grain from the field to our facility.




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