Ringneck Energy Available Positions;

Grains Operator 

Maintenance Planner/Scheduler 

Process Operator

Maintenance I

 

Please stop by the Ring-Neck Energy Office for an Application ~OR~ If you live out of town please fill out the pdf Application located below ~OR~ click on the Employment tab. Drop Off Application at the Office ~OR~ Email application to ringneckenergy@rne-sd.com.

 Employment/EMS.pdf

 

Corn Receiving Hours: 7:30 AM - 4:30PM  (Monday - Friday)

DDG Distillers Load-out 7:30AM- 3:30PM (Monday-Friday)

Wet Load-Out 24/7

Ringneck Energy will not charge a Moisture Discount on Corn & Milo up to 15.3% and will accept Corn & Milo up to 18% Moisture.

Moisture Discounts to apply at our Standard Discount schedule of 4 cents per 1/2 point starting  at 15.4%. NO SHRINK to apply.

 Delayed Pricing Program - 4 cents per bushel per month

 

Hours are subject to change at any time. We will send out communication when changes occur.

 


 

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Regular Hours:

Corn Receiving 7:30am-4:30pm(Mon-Fri) 

Dry Distillers Pickup 7:30am-3:30pm (Mon-Fri)

Wet load-out 24/7

 

Ringneck Energy will not charge Moisture Discount on Corn & Milo up to 15.3% and will accept Corn & Milo up to 18% Moisture.

Moisture Discounts to apply at our Standard Discount schedule of 4 cents per 1/2 point starting at 15.4%. NO SHRINK to apply.

Delayed Pricing Program- 4 cents per bushel per month.

 

 

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Commentary
Red Close for Wheat -

Wheat futures worked higher initially on Wednesday, but turned weaker in afternoon and closed red. CBT SRW ended the day with 1 1/2 to 4 1/4 cent

More Premium for Nearby Hogs -

Lean hog futures ended the session with gains of as much as $3.25 nearby to a 17 cent loss by April ’23. The August to October spread widened to

Wide Ranged Wednesday for Soy -

November soybeans printed a wide 40 cent range after trying both sides of the open. Futures initially went for a bounce back, but ultimately closed

Corn Ends Higher on the Day -

A wide ranged Wednesday session had the market trading both in the red and the black before closing up by 5 1/2 to 8 1/4 cents. The new crop

Cotton Used Expanded Limits -

December cotton got to within 2 points of an expanded limit loss following yesterday’s limit drop. At the close futures needed more than the

Triple Digit Gains for Cattle Futures -

Wednesday’s cattle futures market worked higher after the red start to the week. The front months ended the day with $1.07 to $1.57 gains. The

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