Welcome to Rickett Grain Co.


Monday-Friday 7:30 to 4:00  

Office: 1-309-597-2331 



We will be closing at 2pm Wednesday 11/24/21, Closed Thursday 11/25/21, and closing at 1pm on Friday 11/26/21.

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Items For Sale

Rickett Grain Co. has a Union Iron Grain Bunker for sale for any inquiries contact 309-597-2331

Thank You! 








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Forest City, Illinois (61532)

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Corn 5 to 7 Cents Lower Early -

Overnight corn selling has the board 5 to 7 cents lower heading into the break. Corn bounced off intra day lows but futures were still 5 3/4 to 9

Wheat Futures Under Pressure From Month End -

Wheat markets are double digits lower to begin Tuesday’s session, with the exception of the September MPLS contract. Month end profit taking and

Hogs Still Fighting Cash Seasonal Weakness -

Lean hog futures spent time on both sides of UNCH on Monday, and closed mixed. Afternoon fading pushed the Dec and Feb months back into the red,

Cattle Futures Pull Back After Setting New LOC Highs -

Fat cattle futures traded $1.17 to $1.90 in the red on Monday, but set new contract highs before the turn south. USDA reported light $140 catch up

Soybeans Extend Monday Sell Off Into Tuesday Morning -

Soybeans are down a sharp 14 cents to begin the Tuesday session, with more month end profit taking. Soy futures rallied enough to close the Friday

Cotton Futures Down Hard to Begin Session -

After the weakness to start the week, Tuesday’s session begins with triple digit losses. Futures are still not far from the highs of the year, and

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