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
Upcoming Deadlines:
 
 

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 May 12, 2021, 06:22:14 AM CDT or prior.
Local Weather
Weather radar map

Woodway, Texas (76712)

Current Conditions: Light rain
Temperature: 58°F Dew point: 57°F
Humidity: 97% Pressure: 30.16 in. Hg
Wind: 9 mph From: North

Forecast

Wednesday
Weather condition
Hi: 64°
Lo: 56°
Thursday
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Hi: 74°
Lo: 54°
Friday
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Hi: 79°
Lo: 54°
Saturday
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Hi: 85°
Lo: 62°
Sunday
Weather condition
Hi: 85°
Lo: 67°

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Commentary
Corn Closes Back in Black -

After the sharp losses on Monday, Tuesday corn futures bounced back. Old crop futures ended the session with double digit gains, the May to July

Turnaround Tuesday Bounce Back for Beans -

Soybean futures were 11 to 27 1/4 cents higher after more than recovering from Monday losses. Old crop futures were stronger on the day, widening

Lean Hogs Lower on Tuesday -

At the close for the Tuesday session, lean hog futures were 42 cents to $1.35 in the red. The summer months were down the most, though hogs remain

Wheat Recovers on Turnaround Tuesday -

Tuesday wheat trading brought futures back up from the +30 cent drops on Monday. CBT futures ended the session off the highs but still 8 to 11 1/4

Cattle Gains Triple Digits on Tuesday -

Fat cattle futures closed the Tuesday session with gains of $1.35 to $1.70, save for June contracts which gained 40 cents. Cash trade remains light

Cotton Ends Tuesday with Losses -

At the close cotton futures were 26 to 72 points weaker. The thin October contract closed down by a penny. The old to new crop inverse widened to

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