Welcome to AG Southwest Crop & Rainfall Insurance:
AG Southwest is an independent crop insurance agency.  Our agency offers different types of insurance for farmers and ranchers all across the nation. We stay on top of the latest changes in the crop insurance industry, while educating our customers about their insurance policies and options.  We strive to put our clients' needs first by providing excellent customer service.  If you are interested in any services we offer, please contact us at 866.936.2767.
   
AGSW Announcements
Upcoming Deadlines:
 
 

September 30th - Wheat/Oats (For Grain) Crop Insurance

November 15th - Pasture/Rangeland/Forage -

PRF Rainfall/Drought Insurance


February 15th/28th - Crop Insurance for Spring planted crops like Corn, Grain Sorghum, Cotton, Soybeans, etc.

 

 

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Market Snapshot
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Local Weather
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Woodway, Texas (76712)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 85°F Dew point: 53°F
Humidity: 34% Pressure: 30.15 in. Hg
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Lo: 57°
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Hi: 89°
Lo: 58°
Monday
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Hi: 89°
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Tuesday
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Hi: 92°
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Wednesday
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Hi: 86°
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Commentary
Wheat Markets Close Mixed on Afternoon Fade -

Wheat markets ended the Friday session mixed. CBT SRW futures closed with 2 3/4 to 6 1/4 cent gains. December rallied 15 cents from Friday to

Lean Hog Prices Recover on Friday -

Friday hog futures trading ended with a rally. Prices closed 5 to 30 cents in the black, while October rallied to close $2.52 higher ahead of the

Soybeans Firm on Friday -

Front month soybean futures ended the Friday session fractionally mixed. From the week’s open, November soybeans were unchanged, while the

Triple Digit Rally for Friday Cotton -

Cotton prices rallied into the weekend. Nearby futures were up more than 3 cents through March, while the deferred contracts gained 232 to 275

Corn Market Weakens into Weekend -

On Friday, corn prices worked lower to close 2 to 2 1/2 cents in the red. New crop futures were firmer with Red dec only giving back 3/4 cents while

Cattle Market Mixed Heading into COF Report -

Live cattle futures were lower on the last trade day of the week, giving back 30 to 47 cents in the front months. Feeder cattle, however, found

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