Futures
@HE - LEAN HOGS - CME
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Aug 20 50.500 51.200 50.500 51.000 1.250 51.000s 08/07 Chart for @HE0Q Options for @HE0Q
Oct 20 49.725 51.850 49.725 51.075 1.775 50.975s 08/07 Chart for @HE0V Options for @HE0V
Dec 20 51.725 53.500 51.675 53.025 1.425 52.925s 08/07 Chart for @HE0Z Options for @HE0Z
Feb 21 60.275 61.500 60.250 60.750 0.775 60.975s 08/07 Chart for @HE1G Options for @HE1G
Apr 21 65.875 66.500 65.625 65.625 0.150 65.925s 08/07 Chart for @HE1J Options for @HE1J
May 21 70.450 71.000 70.450 70.900 0.700 70.900s 08/07 Chart for @HE1K Options for @HE1K
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
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Aug 20 102.600 103.700 102.425 102.725 0.175 102.800s 08/07 Chart for @LE0Q Options for @LE0Q
Oct 20 107.000 107.600 106.250 106.525 - 0.525 106.450s 08/07 Chart for @LE0V Options for @LE0V
Dec 20 110.900 111.225 109.825 110.300 - 0.875 110.075s 08/07 Chart for @LE0Z Options for @LE0Z
Feb 21 114.350 114.750 113.575 113.725 - 0.700 113.800s 08/07 Chart for @LE1G Options for @LE1G
Apr 21 116.300 117.100 115.900 116.250 - 0.225 116.325s 08/07 Chart for @LE1J Options for @LE1J
Jun 21 109.800 110.525 109.525 109.600 - 0.475 109.800s 08/07 Chart for @LE1M Options for @LE1M
@C - CORN - CBOT
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Sep 20 311'0 311'6 307'2 307'6 -3'4 307'6s 08/07 Chart for @C0U Options for @C0U
Dec 20 323'4 324'2 320'0 321'0 -3'0 320'6s 08/07 Chart for @C0Z Options for @C0Z
Mar 21 335'4 335'6 331'6 333'0 -2'6 332'6s 08/07 Chart for @C1H Options for @C1H
May 21 343'4 344'0 340'0 341'4 -2'4 341'2s 08/07 Chart for @C1K Options for @C1K
Jul 21 350'0 350'6 346'6 347'6 -2'6 347'6s 08/07 Chart for @C1N Options for @C1N
Sep 21 355'2 355'4 351'4 352'6 -2'6 352'6s 08/07 Chart for @C1U Options for @C1U
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Aug 20 878'0 878'6 871'0 871'2 -10'4 870'2s 08/07 Chart for @S0Q Options for @S0Q
Sep 20 875'6 875'6 864'4 867'4 -9'0 865'6s 08/07 Chart for @S0U Options for @S0U
Nov 20 878'6 879'4 866'6 869'2 -10'4 867'4s 08/07 Chart for @S0X Options for @S0X
Jan 21 885'4 885'6 873'4 875'2 -10'4 874'0s 08/07 Chart for @S1F Options for @S1F
Mar 21 887'2 888'2 876'4 878'0 -10'0 877'0s 08/07 Chart for @S1H Options for @S1H
May 21 890'6 892'2 880'6 882'2 -10'0 881'2s 08/07 Chart for @S1K Options for @S1K
@SM - SOYBEAN MEAL - CBOT
Month Open High Low Last Change Close Time More
Aug 20 2810 2813 2800 2805 - 7 2800s 08/07 Chart for @SM0Q Options for @SM0Q
Sep 20 2831 2839 2819 2823 - 12 2820s 08/07 Chart for @SM0U Options for @SM0U
Oct 20 2850 2856 2834 2836 - 15 2835s 08/07 Chart for @SM0V Options for @SM0V
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ON CALL VETERINARIAN
For your large animal health needs
contact our vets at Spencer Ag Center
DR. PEGGY BRINKMAN
DR. JACK JOHNSON
DR. WILLIAM SAFLEY
DR. DAVID SHIRBROUN
DR. EMILY TABOR
7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
 
712-262-5552  
Weekends and Evenings
712-260-6065.

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Newsletter, continued
 
Fall is here, and with it comes more cases of influenza and PRRS.  I just wanted to point out some timely reminders about biosecurity on our hog sites.
                           -Dr. Peggy Brinkman, DVM
For producers and employees:
· Don’t own other pigs or come in contact with other hogs.  Many times when animals first pick up a disease, they may be shedding the organisms before they show clinical signs.  By avoiding contact with other pigs, employees help ensure that accidental cross contamination from one group of pigs to the other is minimized. 
· Leave valuables at home, it is difficult to clean jewelry while hand washing or showering to ensure removal of potential infectious diseases.  It is better to leave them at home.
· Stay home when you are sick.  Employees may infect pigs with zoonotic diseases, including influenza.
· Wash hands or shower-in/shower-out.  Hand washing should be done with soap for at least 30 seconds.  If you have shower facilities, follow correct biosecurity by removing all items on the dirty side, showering, and dressing with only items on the clean side.  Eyewear should be cleaned in shower before entering clean side.
· Wear clean coveralls and boots on each site.  Having clean coveralls and boots at each site limits the spread of disease if anyone needs to move between sites. 
· Eating is prohibited in animal areas.  Keep any food in a breakroom or office if it is necessary to bring the food into the building.  Disease can be brought onto a site in meat products if those products are carried into animal areas. 
· Respect clean and dirty areas when loading animals.  Personnel and equipment in the clean area must stay on the “clean” side while the truck driver and any loading equipment from his truck must remain on the “dirty” side.
· Do not share equipment between sites or clean, disinfect, and allow equipment to dry, if sharing is absolutely necessary.  Pathogens can survive on equipment and infect the next group of pigs. 
· Clean and disinfect equipment between pigs or groups when possible.  Even processing equipment can carry disease from one pig/one litter to the next if the instruments are not allowed sufficient contact time in a disinfectant. 
· Keep pets out of hog buildings.  Cats and dogs have the potential to carry and spread diseases to pigs. 
· Follow farm policy for downtime following international travel.  Depending on what country you travel to and what activities you participated in, your post trip procedures may be affected upon your return. 
· Clean and disinfect the facilities.  Cleaning and disinfecting facilities and allowing them to dry between groups of pigs reduce the risk of spreading disease. 
Source:  Center for Food Security and Public Health, Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, www.cfsph.iastate.edu
 

 
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