Stewart Grain

Indiana: (765) 986-2254

Illinois: (217) 759-7938

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Stewart Grain Co., Inc.

Stewart, IN:  765-986-2254

Bismarck, IL:  217-759-7938

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Williamsport, Indiana (47993)

Current Conditions Scattered Clouds
Temperature 70°F
Dew Point 48°F
Pressure 30.04 in. Hg
Humidity 45%
Wind 6 mph
From East


New Stewart Grain App

In order to provide what we believe is a more reliable mobile app we have contracted with BARCHART. 

To access the new, improved mobile app you’ll have to go to your phone’s app store.  Search for Stewart Grain and choose the one called STEWART GRAIN CO (Finance).  The old one you already have (STEWART GRAIN (Business)) is still showing but will be discontinued soon.  Unfortunately the App symbols look like mirror images of each other; the new one you want has a blue logo on a white background!

Thank you and let us help keep you abreast of market changes!

Double Digit Drop in Tuesday Corn Market
Corn futures ended the Tuesday session off the day’s lows, but still 12 to 14 1/2 cents in the red. July was down the most at the bell, and had set a new low for the month. New crop December settled 21 1/2 cents above the month’s earlier low, and...
Soybeans Firm Up for Close
The Tuesday soybean session ended with the board fractionally mixed to 6 cents higher for the July contract. November soybeans held a $1.12/bu premium to Nov ’23 at the bell, but were a $1.75 discount to old crop July. Soybean meal futures ended the day with $2.80 to $4.60/ton recovery....
Double Digit Drops for Wheat Market
Kansas City HRW wheat futures led the descent on Tuesday with 2.78% to 3.04% losses. Chicago wheat futures were also down 2.3% to 2.96% on the turnaround Tuesday. Spring wheat closed the day 20 1/2 to 21 3/4 cents in the red. Oats Futures Prices firmed up on follow through...
Cattle Futures Close Mixed on Strong Feeders
Fat cattle futures ended the day with a 5 cent dip in June and a 22 cent dip in August to 22 to 32 cent gains in the deferred months. Feeder cattle futures led the way higher with triple digit gains of as much as $2.77, though prices had pulled...
Hogs Fade Triple Digits on Tuesday
Front month lean hog futures ended the day with $0.20 to $1.80 losses as the summer months fell triple digits. USDA’s National Average Base Hog price for Tuesday PM was $112.58, up by $6.33. CME’s Lean Hog Index for 5/20 was 91 cents firmer to $102.08. Pork cutout futures ended...
Cotton Closes Triple Digits Lower
The Tuesday cotton market faded back triple digits after a bounce back out of the weekend. Old crop July was down by 121 points, while the new crop contracts gave back +2 cents. Traders noted that the US crop was 54% planted as of Sunday, running ahead of the average...

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