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Campbellford Office #: 705-313-2082 Wooler Road Office #: 613-885-6785 Donna: firstname.lastname@example.org cell: 705-930-3488 Pete: email@example.com cell: 613-391-9218 Monday Hours: CAMPBELLFORD WILL BE DOWN TO DRYER SPEED AROUND 7PM. DIRECT WHAT YOU CAN TO WOOLER RD TONIGHT AND TUES AND IT WILL WORK BETTER FOR EVERYONE Both locations open until combines shut down tonight.
Breathing in dust from this high DON corn is not good for you. We do have masks available for truckers. For the latest from Agricorp on the Salvage Benefit for high DON corn, click on "DON UPDATE" on the left side of this page.
Something to keep an eye on is new crop beans. They are now trading premium to old as Hamilton values implode. The market has built a pretty healthy carry, but like the wheat and corn markets keep teaching us over and over again, the carry is likely to go away before we get there. $12 beans are only 50¢ (or 1.4 Trump tweets if this week is a guide) away. Instead of trying to prognosticate the trade war, I think I will just put some orders in and see if we can lock up some profit. Corn DON Levels Alert: We are noticing a marked increase in levels during testing procedures. Hot spot areas showing up at Port Hope, South PEC and Napanee. So far we are not implementing a discount schedule but we are going to reject corn >8 ppm. There has been a test as high as 38ppm. It's best not to mix that stuff with good corn and make it all bad if it's going into your own bins. We do believe the mold is still growing in this wet weather and producing toxins. IT NEEDS TO BE HARVESTED ASAP because we currently have no market for > 8ppm. Call if you have questions or bring a corn sample to either location if you would like your grain tested. There will be a $25 fee for each test. We will NOT test hand shelled corn. It must be run though a combine to get meaningful results. For our feed customers, our composite samples coming off the dryer are still quite low, and we will do what we can to segregate and keep it that way.
Drying charges are ~$14.50/tonne for 20% corn. Add ~$1/tonne for each additional point
We will be looking for some part time truck drivers so if you or someone you know is interested please email or drop off resumes.
We have scheduling for Kawartha corn everyday. Call for fob or delivered bids.
Dry conditions were in effect over most major crop areas Monday afternoon. Precipitation was confined to light snow in the Great Lakes, isolated snow showers in the Northern and central Plains, and thundershowers in the southern Delta. Temperatures ranged from the single digits in eastern North Dakota and southern Manitoba to the low 70s in southern Georgia and southern South Carolina. » More DTN Weather Commentary