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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Cattle Fall Triple Digits -

Live cattle futures were down by $1.50 to $1.87 on Tuesday after ags mostly fell out of the extended weekend. Feeder cattle futures closed with

Double Digit Drops for Tuesday Wheat -

CBT SRW futures ended the day with 4% to 4.6% losses of as much as 39 cents. KC wheat futures ended the day with 48 1/4 to 51 1/2 cent losses.

Lean Hogs Close Mixed -

The nearby premiums for lean hog futures expanded by ~$2-$4 with July and August closing $2.55 to $2.97 higher and the deferreds ending $0.17 to

Corn Futures Red After 4th -

The front month corn futures market ended the Tuesday after the 4th with 4.4% to 4.77% losses of as much as 29 cents. December did bounce by 7 1/2

Hard Losses in Tuesday Soy Market -

Wednesday’s soy market will trade with expanded limits as soybean oil stayed lock limit down most of Tuesday. For beans that is +/- $1.75, meal

Cotton Closes Limit Lower -

The front month cotton futures complex ended the day with the limited 40 cent losses. July ’23 closed 373 points lower and did not reach the

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