Welcome to AG Southwest Crop & Rainfall Insurance:
AG Southwest is an independent crop insurance agency.  Our agency offers different types of insurance for farmers and ranchers all across the nation. We stay on top of the latest changes in the crop insurance industry, while educating our customers about their insurance policies and options.  We strive to put our clients' needs first by providing excellent customer service.  If you are interested in any services we offer, please contact us at 866.936.2767.
   
AGSW Announcements
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September 30th - Wheat/Oats (For Grain) Crop Insurance

November 15th - Pasture/Rangeland/Forage -

PRF Rainfall/Drought Insurance


February 15th/28th - Crop Insurance for Spring planted crops like Corn, Grain Sorghum, Cotton, Soybeans, etc.

 

 

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Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of April 22, 2021, 06:20:43 AM CDT or prior.
Local Weather
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Woodway, Texas (76712)

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Humidity: 77% Pressure: 30.14 in. Hg
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Commentary
Cotton Gains Triple Digits -

Old crop cotton futures closed the midweek session with triple digit gains of a penny and 6 points. OI in July was reported at 100,685 contracts as

Hogs Close In the Red on Wednesday -

Lean hog futures closed the midweek session with losses of $0.85 to $1.82. May hogs were 47 cents weaker on the day, but OI is 2,983 contracts

Cattle Complex Closes Weaker -

Wednesday’s cattle complex closed weaker after a Turnaround Tuesday dead cat bounce. Live cattle futures ended the session with losses of $1.02 to

Corn Closes with Strength -

Corn futures traded higher and closed near the highs on a double digit day. Old crop futures were 14 1/2 to 19 cents higher at the close, setting

Wheat Maintains Double Digit Gains -

Wednesday wheat trading closed with prices of the highs, but still double digits in the black. CBT SRW futures were 11 1/4 to 13 1/2 cents higher on

Soy Complex Reaches New LOC Highs -

The midweek session closed with new life of contract highs for soybeans and soybean oil. Meal futures closed the day up $1.10 to $1.90/ton, but May

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