USDA said that spring wheat planting in the six key states as of April 16 was at 13%, which is behind the five-year average of 21%. South Dakota is the only state of the six listed that is ahead of average.
It's time to start warming up stored grain again. Try to target 15C temps to get grain back above dew point. If the tops aren't off those bins yet it is good management to call and get that done before our May direct ship slots are full.
We are looking for more AZ drivers. Contact us if you're interested in joining our team!
Do you have targets in working? Spring work will begin soon, and it can be easy to miss marketing opportunities when you're focused on planting a crop, rather than selling it. You can do both! Run your 5-Step-Plan to calculate your desired target price and give us a call. We can watch the markets for you while you're busy. Don't miss a spring rally!
We will accept HRW at our SRW bid for 16 and 17 crops. There will be no protein premium or minimum requirement.
Our direct ship off farm business continues to grow all the time. Give us a call for competitive bids either delivered to end users or picked up at your farm for all commodities. You support our local drivers and help us build local infrastructure.
ANNOUNCEMENT: In 2017, we will be receiving soft red winter wheat, soybeans and corn at our Wooler Road location. Contracts can be delivered on at either location. Our Wooler Road location has the capability of offering you superb service for all your commodities. Give it a try!
We do not send out daily text messages, but we do text occasionally when we see good opportunities. If you would like to be added to our text message alert list, text message 705-313-2082 to be added.
Target orders are a great way to market your crops. Call the office if you have any questions about how they can work for you.
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During Wednesday, moderate to locally heavy rain will cover the western and northern Midwest, causing extensive disruptions in planting. Rain will also be featured in the Southern Plains. » More DTN Weather Commentary