Dunkerton Co-op Announcements

Main Location Scale

7am to 8pm

All beans to the Main Location


All Dry corn to the Hill Location until they close then the Main Location 




Hill Location 

Dry Corn

7am to 6pm 




 In our accounting conversion we did a short month cut off.    Activity from the last week of August will be billed at the end of September and will not be due until Oct 15th.

 Welcome to




Celebrating 70 years 

1944 - 2014 


1-800-627-3528 or 319-822-4291

Main Office Hours:

7:30AM - 4:30PM

closed Saturday & Sunday


New Gas Pumps are installed!

The old Dunkerton Co-op cardtrol cards will not work.  You will need a new petrovend card for the new pumps.

With the new system, we will NOT BE ABLE to turn the pumps on from inside the office.    


Click Here for the USDA September 11th Crop Report  


2014 Harvest Policies


Dunkerton Co-op will be accepting a limited amount of Syngenta Duracade product sometime  AFTER HARVEST as space allows for processing in our Feed Mill.  

It will have to be dry corn and unloaded in Dump 2 for Feed Processing and cannot be unloaded in any other of our grain receiving pits.      

We WILL NOT ACCEPT any Duracade DURING HARVEST and Duracade is not being accepted for delivery to any of the local ethanol plants or processing plants.

It is your responsiblility according to your grower agreement with Syngenta to inform us before delivery that you want to deliver Duracade to us and to let us know at the time of delivery that it is Duracade.  

 Click Here To Fill Out Customer Website Survey

Dunkerton Cooperative is now offering you the ability to have your grain settlements direct deposited into your bank account and/or the ability to pay your account balance on line.


Make Online offers with DPP & Check out your account with farmerdata

farmerdata will only show activity up to August 21st.  All activity after that will isavailable at Connection Central.  Click below:

Connection Central

Also in the near future there will be some changes made with DPP.  DPP was bought out by DTN and we will be making the transition to the new combined DTN/DPP platform.  Look for more information on this to come in the future. 



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Agronomy Corner

The Friday Feeds are back!

Friday October 24

Lunch will be served starting at 11:30 AM.  

Take a harvest break and join us at the main office.

Take-outs are available. 

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With the hustle and bustle of harvest upon us please take the time to consider the safety of yourself, your family and your employees.

Read more about:

Overhead powerlines

Grain Bins

Learn more about the EPA's proposed rules that could significantly impact agriculture at:

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 2014 Crop and Progress Report

 Check out our Agronomy page for more information.


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Dunkerton, Iowa (50626)

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Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures faded throughout the day, settling 2 to 3 cents lower as the US dollar continued to march higher and there was a shooting event at the

Corn -

Corn futures faded throughout the day, settling 2 to 3 cents lower as the US dollar continued to march higher and there was a shooting event at the

Cotton -

Cotton futures gave back early gains to close 11 points lower to 1 point higher (March). Estimated futures volume was under 13,000 contracts, vs.

Cattle -

Cattle futures closed near the highs of the day, up $.45 to $1.57. Feeder futures were up $.50 to $1.25 as they followed the live cattle and the

Lean Hogs -

Hog futures closed $.70 to $2.05 higher, with April the strongest. The CME Index was down $1.33 at $105.45.  The USDA average pork carcass

Soybeans -

Soybeans flipped from double digit gains at midday to losses of 1 to 2 cents at the close. Soy oil futures held 38 point gains, but meal was down

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