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AC TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1997 Money THE SAUNA JOURNAL T AGRICULTURE Washington County to get large dairy BRIEFLY New co-op dairy will provide market for area farmers to sell grain By The Associated Press LINN — A group that has already started one cooperative for wheat growers is branching out, this time with plans for a large- scale cooperative dairy farm with about 1,500 cows. The dairy co-op is the latest brainchild of the Manhattan-based 21st Century Alliance, a group of farmers and agribusiness professionals organized to develop value- added projects across Kansas. The dairy farm will be near Linn, in Washington County, about 20 miles north of Clay Center. The goal is to provide farmers who buy stock in the co-op with a guaranteed market for the feed grains they raise, while also al- "In the long haul, it looked like a tremendous return (on investment)." Tom James Clay Center farmer and chairman of new co-op lowing them to share in the dairy farm's profits. "In the long haul, it looked like a tremendous return (on investment)," said Tom James, who raises livestock and crops near Clay Center and is chairman of the new co-op. "It seemed like a win-win situation all the way around." The dairy farm will go by the name 21st Century Dairies Cooperative, Washington County. The alliance previously organized the 21st Century Grain Processing Cooperative, which raised $2.7 million from farmers who will sell wheat to a flour mill the co-op purchased in Rincon, N.M. Washington County is in a region that produces plenty of corn and milo but that typically has low prices for grain. Hog and dairy production has been on the decline, and the area has never had cattle feedlots on the scale of western Kansas. Feed grains, therefore, must be marketed outside the region. "Transportation is a big problem," James said. "We've lost the majority of our rail service in this area. We rely on trucks, and it's increased the cost of our transportation." The size of the new operation is large when compared to the average Kansas dairy herd of 80 cows, but smaller than the six new corporate operations of between 2,000 and 3,500 cows that have moved into western Kansas, said Dick Dunham, dairy specialist at Kansas State University. The dairy farm co-op will be owned by about 150 farmers who will buy stock at $1,000 a share, with a minimum purchase of five shares required. Those shares will commit the farmers to selling a certain amount of their corn and milo each year through the co-op, at cash market rates. The farm is expected to employ about 15 people. Construction is scheduled to begin on 80 acres near Linn in March, and co-op organizers hope to be milking cows by next September. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE N«M Dlv. 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PE Vol. Lilt Chg. 152721-16 +% 824576279-16+13-16 6243 2ft +% 7014 4Vi+3-16 .62a 1542 23ft tVi 1596 2ft + 3-16 10456 7ft +2% 3237 5V. +% 6795 6-16-1-16 660835-16 +'/. 10853 5% + 3-1 6 .72 2776 8V4 3548 42 ii — '/, 12608 12ft + 1% 2069 8ft + Vt 1736 5V. t ft 9216 7ft + 1-16 1542 3K-3-16 6917 1ft + 1-16 671267-16 t Vt .3218 3635 28ft +ft 3484 1 it 338211 13-16 + 3-16 10768125-16—7-16 16119 ft— 1-16 Closing sale extended for furniture store Haven't had a chance to get in to the Baldwin Bros. Furniture store one last time? You've got an extra 15 days. William Baldwin, co-owner of the store at 141 S. Santa Fe, said it is taking longer to sell the remaining inventory than anticipated. "The traffic has been good," he said. "You have 90 days, and we thought we could do it in 60." William and his brother Fred, who have owned the downtown mainstay for 40 years, announced in July they were closing their store. To avoid endless "going out of business" sales, state law requires that such events be concluded within 90 days. McKenzie named new SWB Kansas president TOPEKA — Shawn McKenzie, a former regional manager in Wichita, is the new president of Southwestern Bell Telephone-Kansas, the company said Monday. McKenzie, 38, is moving from Houston to Topeka to head Bell's Kansas operations. He has been executive director for external affairs for SWB in Houston the past four months, and before that was general manager in El Paso and regional manager in Wichita. He also has served as an area manager in St. Louis and Joplin, Mo. McKenzie replaces, effective Wednesday, Bill Blase who was named vice president for regulatory affairs for Pacific Telesis in San Francisco. Pacific Telesis and Southwestern Bell are both part of SBC Communications. Columbia/HCA to buy Kansas City hospital KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A judge has approved the sale of financially struggling Bethany Medical Center to Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp. — the nation's biggest for-profit hospital chain. But there's still an undecided legal issue. Who gets the proceeds of the $29.7 million deal? Miami County District Judge- Stephen Hill approved the sale Friday after a hearing in Topeka. But he has another hearing Oct. 22, this time in Wyandotte County District Court, on the issue of disposition of funds. >••• The Kansas East Conference of the United Methodist Church,- ' which founded the hospital in 1892, says it, rather than the <•: < Bethany Medical Center board/ • should get the money. ' John Millard, Bethany's pfesi- dent and CEO, and Kevin Gross, president of Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp.'s Midwest division, said the dispute will not'im- pede closing of the sale. "• Union Pacific ships by sea to unclog L.A. area OMAHA, Neb. — One if by land and two if by sea. The nation's largest railroad • does not have Paul Revere to sound the alarm about its ship-" ping problems, but Union Pacif-' ic's use of an ocean shipper to get its goods out of the Los Angeles area is alarm enough. ••'"In order to unclog that area we had to look in the box for • • something we normally would ' not do," railroad spokesman ' • > Mark Davis said Monday. Television sets, tennis shoes;' clothing, paper goods and appliances are being held in 3,000 containers in the Los Angeles area.' The railroad will use APL Ltd;, of Oakland, Calif., to move 660 con-, tainers around Mexico, through",'," the Panama Canal and up into Savannah, Ga. The trip will take ! two weeks. By rail it would take would take six days. -"•, . '1 „ ' • • A From Staff and Wire Reports MARKETS KEV RATES Dally key rates from The New York Times Prevloua Year Monday Day Ago 6.50 8.50 8.25 5.00 5.00 5.00 PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YH. THEAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) 5,75 . 4.93 5.08 3.83 6.09 6.38 7.49 5.47 5.44 4.84 4.98 3.61 6.07 6.36 7.48 5.46 6.09 5.01 5.17 N.A. 6.69 6.92 7.93 5.89 (x) Estimated dally average, source Tolerate (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with Inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate for Treasury bell• wether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Monday, September 29 Wheat ADM, Saline $3.47 Scoular, Saline $3.46 Carglll, Sallna $3.495 Continental, Sallna $3.46 Farmway, Belolt $3.23 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $3.28 Cooper, Colby $3.24 Midland, Haya $3.21 Decatur, Oberlln $3.20 Agco, Ruaaell $3.20 Farmera, Stockton $3.13 Com Milo Beana — $3.91 — — $3.91 $6.09 — $3.88 — $2.23 $3.49 $5.69 $2.26 $3.52 $5.79 $2,35 $3.39 $5.57 — $3.50 — $2.30 $3.29 — — $3.43 — $2.17 $3.46 — CHICAGO GRAINS Slaughter cows and bulls steady to 1.00 higher. Slaughter steers: choice 3 1200-1320 Ib 65.00-66.50. Slaughter heifers: choice 3 1128 Ib 65.75. Slaughter cows: high cutter, utility and commercial 1-3 breaking 33.00-37.00, high dressing 37.50-38.50; boning 33!0038.00, high dressing 38.50-41.00; other cutters 29.0034.00, high dressing 34.00-35.50. Slaughter bulls: yield ' grade 1 1350-2100 Ib 42.00-45.50, high dressing 46.76-49.76. ' ...1 Estimated slaughter hog receipts, 900. Compared to Friday, barrows and gilts 50 cents higher. Interior Iowa moved 109,000 hogs Friday and 20,000 on Saturday. 1-3 230-270 Ib (46-50 percent lean) 47.50-48.00; '2-3 270-290 Ib 46.00-47.00; 1-2 package 218 Ib 45,50. Sows steady; 1-2 300-500 Ib 37.50; 1-3 SOO-'oSO Ib 41.00; 550-700 Ib 42.00-43.00. •..•". DODBtdTYUVESTOCK • Market quotations Monday: ~'< Trade quiet. No sales of slaughter steer or slaughter heifer confirmed. Inquiry and demand light. Last, sale Thursday at 66.00. Asking prices 68.00-69.00,, Few bids 66.00. Sales confirmed for the week-to-date'2,700 head. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. OMAHA UVE8TOCK ; Market quotations Monday: ' • ' Hogs: 600. Barrows and gilts 0.25-0.60 higher; U.S. 1-39 230-260 Its., 48.75-49.00; U.S. 2-3 260-260 Ibs. 47.7S-4B.25 Sows: 20 percent, firm to 3.00 higher, U.S. 1-3 350-450 Ibs. 39.00, 450-500 Ibs. 40.00; US. 2-3 500-650 Ibs. 43.00, Instances 44.00. Boars: 300-700 Ibs. 37.00. Cattle and Calves: 800. Choice steers and hellers active, 1,00 higher. Lower grades steady to 0.50, hlfllw. Steers: select to mainly choice 2-4 1100-1350 Ibs. Futures trading Monday Trade: Open 5,000 bu minimum; Dec Uar Mai May Jul Sep Dec Jul 354 Vi 376 377 392 on the Chicago Board of High Low Settle Chg. eenta per buthal WHEAT 360 354 IS 3 7 3 V4 " ° " 380ft 381 395 000 375 VI 374 392 359 372 ft 360 380V. 382 394ft 372 + 1 ft + 1 ft + 2% + 1 + Vi + 1 ft + 2 CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep Deo Jul Dec 256 265 Vi 269V. 273 268ft 270 259V. 268V. 273V. 277V. 272 271V. 265 Vi 264V. 269% 272ft 268ft 267V. 258ft 267 Vi 272 'A 276V. 271V. 271 264 268 t 1 V. t 1% t 1V. + 1V4 + 2V. + 2 + 214 + 2 OATS Dec Mar May Jul Sep 155V. 159 'A 158V. 16014 155 159V. 156 'A 169ft 160 180 'A 158 — Vt -1 Vi SOYBEANS Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jul Nov 623 627 636 645 861 849 832 629 633 840 649 656 652 636 622 626 635 643 Vi 650 Vi 649 631 627 631 638ft 646ft 653ft 651 641 835 657 636 -4ft -4 -4 -4V4 -4Vi -3Vi g -6Vi KANSAS CITY CHAINS Whea t futures Mi nndav nn Ihn knna aa Hlhf F InnrH r\t oa.uu-oD.ou, IOBQ oo.ro. select ea.uu-04.5Q. Hellers: mostly choice 2-4 950-1250 Ibs. 64.50-66.50.. eelect 63.00-64.50. Sheep: 100 sheep. Steady. Lambs 78.00-80.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Futures Exchange Oct Dm Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct trading Monday on the Chicago Mercantile Open High Low Settle • Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Iba.; centa par Ib. 68.50 68.15 71.00 73.85 70.46 70.20 73.00 68.85 68.62 71.26 74.05 70.70 70.30 73.50 FEEDER Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr May Aug Sep 50,000 79.20 80.26 81.25 80.95 81.10 81.60 82.00 82.40 Iba.; 79.50 80.67 81.60 61.26 61.40 82.02 82,60 62.50 68.17 67.82 70.55 73.46 70.10 70.00 72.92 CATTLE 68.25 67.87 70.55 73.47 70.20 70.00 72.92 cent* per Ib. 78.15 79.50 60.50 80.35 80.50 81.40 82.00 62.40 78.22 79.55 80.55 80.35 80.50 61.40 82.55 82.45 — . 1 7 ' ' j— '. 2 0 . -^.37 "-.30 —.27 '. .J. 1 o — !o2 „ "** 4.65 - —.57 -.45 .-^.32 •— . 1 5 -.20 ; t .30 ' t .20 HOQ8 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct GOLD 40,000 89.30 85.50 64.67 81.25 66.40 86.16 82.85 59.30 Ib*.; 69.75 86.25 85.10 61.46 86.92 85.40 83.10 59.80 cent* per Ib. . • 69.20 86.05 63.80 60.30 68.40 65.05 62.66 59.00 69.62 65.42 64.60 60,77 66.85 65.25 63.10 59.60 t',37 '+.02 ,.—.07 ^.20 t'.42 ' + ..45 , + .30 ' V.60 Trade: Open High Low Still* Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; cent* par buahel Dec 368'A 370 Vi 368 369V. Mar 381 383'A 381 362ft May 387 388 387 387 Jul 387 390 387 389ft S«P 394'A Dec 403 Wheat 21,800 bushels: 1/4 cent higher to 21/4 cents lower; No. 2 hard 3.47-3.60n; No. 3 3.36-3.69n; No. 2 red wheat 3.30-3.70n; No. 3 3.19-3.69n. Com 0 bushels: unch; No. 2 white 2.80-2.80n; No. 2 yellow 2.40-2.483/4n; No. 3 2.201/2-2.473/4n. No. 2 milo 3.84-3.96n. No. 1 soybeans 6.22-6.48n. Hoppers 74.0-77.00. 8T.J08B>H LIVESTOCK Market quotations Monday: Estimated slaughter cattle receipts: 500. Compared to Monday of last week slaughter steers and heifers mostly 1.00 higher on limited supply. Beef packers cut kills to bare bones last week as dressed product was back- Ing up In supply channels. However, they had short buys and needing cattle early to keep chains rolling. Relatively lew empty feedlot pens and operators trying to keep average weights down and stay current. Foreign • Hong Kong late: $327.25 up $1.30; London morning fixing: $327.05 up $0.40; London afternoon fixIng: $327.10 up $0.45; London late: $327.1B- ( 'unchanged; Paris afternoon fixing: $326.26 up<$£,89; Frankfurt fixing: $326.95 up $1.18; Zurich late afternoon: $327.00 up $0,26. Dermatic • NY Handy & Harman: $327.10 up $0.45; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $343.46 up $0.48: NY Engelhard: $328.31 up $0.45; NY Engelhard fabricated: $344,72 up $0.47; NY Merc, gold spot month r brose Mon. $328.10 up $1.30; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Men. $327.96 up $1.60. •«-,, Handy & Harman silver Monday $5.010, up $$230; Fabricated $5.611. up $0.253; The bullion prlcejbr silver earlier In London $4.67, up $0.106; Engejhard $6.060, up $0.270; Fabricated $5.666, up $0.8OT; NY Merc silver spot month Monday $6.065, up $0.2.8,1 OM. ^ Petroleum cash prices Monday as compared with Friday prices: . , . " Mm. ' ' Frt. West Texas IntermedS per bbl fob 21.13 ,2>.87 From Staff and Wire Reports

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