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CLICK CLACK'S

The Board of Directors of Producers Cooperative Elevator voted unanimously on the acquisition of what was once Floyd County Supply. We have begun remodeling the inside of the fuel station and are currently working to update the fuel software and dispensers. We are adding a new clear diesel and DEF dispensor to better serve our members and customers. The current COOP Card in your pocket will work at both locations once the transition is complete. We estimate the end of the fuel transition to be 12/2/2020.

Please excuse our construction at Click Clack's. We are working hard to give you the best experience possible when shopping with us. We are adding glass entry ways, an ADA compliant bathroom, and new finishes across the building. We will be increasing the stock of snacks, drinks, tobacco and lottery tickets. Click Clack's will be the go to place for Texas Lottery! We will continue to offer Beer and other alcoholic drinks at unbeatable prices with a large selection products! We appreciate your patronage and are excited to share our vision of what is posible in Floydada, Texas!


Market Prices
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National Newswire


Commentary
Wheat Gains Double Digits
Wheat markets ended the Wednesday session with double digit gains across the complex. SRW futures closed the day 11 to 15 1/4 cents higher. KC HRW wheat futures closed up 15 to 15 3/4 cents across the front months. HRS futures ended the session with gains of 7 1/4 to...
Hogs Close Up a Limit
The limit gain in April hogs set a new contract highs, and a level not seen by the front month since May 2019. The other nearby contracts are already above $90, and added $1.57 to $2.70 to the upside on Wednesday. Lean hog futures will trade with expanded limits of...
Soy Complex Strengthens on Wednesday
Midweek soy futures closed in the black and strong soy oil prices increased the CBT synthetic crush to 81 1/2 cents. At the close soybean futures were 17 1/4 to 17 3/4 cents higher for old crop. New crop soybeans closed 14 1/2 to 16 1/4 cents higher. The old...
Triple Digit Gains for Cattle
Nearby live cattle futures recovered offset yesterday’s drop with triple digit gains. April futures did not fully recover the triple digit loss posted on Tuesday, but still ended $1.02 higher on the midweek session. CME reported 4 new delivery issues against Feb, which expires Friday. MTD issued deliveries now total...
Corn Futures Continue Higher
Despite poor ethanol production performance last week, corn futures rallied 4 3/4 to 7 cents. New crop contracts waited until afternoon to gain on old crop but had narrowed the discount to 82.5 cents (Dec to Mar). The national average corn basis from cmdtyView is 20 cents under March. New...
Cotton Keeps Climbing
The cotton futures complex gained triple digits in old crop futures. For May, the 102 point gain was the 9th consecutive higher close, and has increased 19% since the turn of the calendar year. Preliminary open interest data for March show just 25 contracts left trading as of 2/23. There...

Texas USDA Newswire


Local Weather
Floydada, Texas (79235)

Current Conditions Clear
Temperature 29°F
Dew Point 18°F
Pressure 30.20 in. Hg
Humidity 64%
Wind 12 mph
From Northeast


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