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Ringneck Energy Office Hours:

8am-4:30pm Monday-Friday 







 Ringneck Energy is now offering FREE DP through September 30, 2023 

4 cents per bushel per month thereafter



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

Moisture Discounts to apply at our Standard Discount schedule of 6 cents per 1/2 point starting at 15.4%. NO SHRINK to apply.


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


 Ringneck Energy Available Positions;


Process Operator (Hourly)

Grains Operator (Hourly)

Maintenance Tech (Hourly)-> Click Here for the job Description




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.

 Ringneck Energy Employment Application



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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 6 cents per 1/2 point starting at 15.4%. NO SHRINK to apply.




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Soybeans Closed Higher on Wednesday -

Beans closed up by 4 ½ to 8 cents in the black for the midweek session. That left Nov near the highs for the day, and limited the week’s net loss

Wheats Close Mostly Higher on Wednesday -

U.S. wheat futures were mixed on Wednesday, but were mostly stronger. CBT SRW futures ended the day 3 ½ to 4 ¾ cents higher. MGE HRS futures went

Hogs Push Rally on Wednesday -

Lean hog futures ended the midweek session with some triple digit gains of as much as $1.97. The entirety of the complex was $0.35 to $1.97 higher

Cotton Closes Lower on Wednesday -

Front month cotton futures closed 3 to 69 points in the red on Wednesday. That ended the session after a 116 point range for December contracts.

Corn Prices Close in the Black -

Corn futures ended the midweek trade session 4 ½ to 6 ½ cents higher. That left the Dec contract near the highs for the day, and at a 6c gain for

Cattle Rally on Wednesday -

Front month fat cattle closed the midweek session with gains of $0.92 to $1.27. The feeder cattle futures were $0.55 to $1.30 higher on the day.

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