InterMountain Beef is a unique combination of both the pride and experience that is an integral part of a third-generation family business and a commitment ot the latest in training and technology. We will assist you with profit projections and risk management options. InterMountain Beef has all the programs and options of a larger feedlot but with the ability to customize and personalize each program to your individual needs.

A Family Tradition
InterMountain Beef is a family owned and operated feedlot located in South Central Idaho. Originally founded in 1946 by Henry Jones and Jones Livestock, the feeding tradition is now continued by Henry's family. The 12,000 head feedlot is now managed by Cevin Jones. Along with our Custom Feeding business, we also buy feeder cattle, forward contract and partnership feed. In addition to finishing we also background cattle of all classes and weights.
 
Location and Climate
InterMountain Beef occupies 200 acres in the heart of the Magic Valley, 12 miles East of Twin Falls, Idaho. Our central location to four packers enables us to offer our customers greater marketing options. The rich agricultural area of South Central Idaho provides our business with an abundant variety of traditional and bi-product feedstuffs, ensuring high quality, least cost rations. Located in a semi-arid climate, we generally receive 8-10 inches of total precipitation per year.
      ________________
          ___________________
Futures Quotes
Quotes retrieved on February 27, 2017, 05:06:21 AM CST
Commentary
Wheat -

Wheat futures were mixed on Friday. CHI was the weakest down 6 3/4 cents, followed by KC, down 4 cents. MPLS was the strongest, up 3/4 of a cent in

Soybeans -

Soybean futures finished Friday 1 3/4 to 2 cents higher, after dropping 19 cents/bushel(1.84%) on the week. March 17 soy meal futures were 50 cents

Corn -

Corn futures closed 4 1/4 cents lower on the week in the March17 contract. Most contracts finished the Friday session 1 1/2 cents lower. The CFTC

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed 4 1/4 cents lower on the week in the March17 contract. Most contracts finished the Friday session 1 1/2 cents lower. The CFTC

Cotton -

Cotton futures settled 40 to 58 points higher for the old crop contracts, with new crop contracts only slightly higher. The March 17 contracts

Lean Hogs -

Lean hog futures turned around on Friday to finish $1.45 higher in April 17, which netted a 3.89% loss over the week. The CME Lean Hog Index for

Full commentary...
USDA Newswire
Weather
Weather Underground PWS KIDEDEN2