The extended winter in the Northern Plains has caused a late start to the spring shipping season on the Upper Mississippi River versus last year's start in St. Paul, Minnesota, on March 9. On Lake Superior, the first saltie will also be later than last year, which arrived in Duluth, Minnesota, on April 2.
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Campbellford Office #: 705-313-2082 Wooler Road Office #: 613-885-6785 Donna: email@example.com cell: 705-930-3488 Pete: firstname.lastname@example.org cell: 613-391-9218 Campbellford Hours: 8am - 4pm, Monday to Friday Wooler Hours: Please call ahead We are thinking about offering an Average Pricing Contract for new crop corn. (We can do other crops; if you're interested, let us know.) It would look like this: You commit a set number of bushels to the program by May 1. We would pool those bushels and sell futures against them every Wednesday for 8 weeks, starting first week of May. Historically speaking, some of the best prices of the year are reached during this time frame. The goal of this contract is to capture some prices near the high and get those bushels sold, rather than having targets set a little too high and not get any sold. The down side is that you don't know what your final price will be until the end of June. This is a good marketing tool for some of your production, but probably not all. Call/text/email the office if you are interested or have any questions. Don't forget to make sure you have the target orders you want working before the busy planting season kicks off. Most years the best pricing opportunities fall somewhere between now and early July. If the cookie plate goes around while you are busy, we are here to grab one for you.
Most primary crop areas will be dry Thursday. Field work remains delayed in the northern and western Midwest due to wintry weather this week. Southern Plains areas stay dry with anticipation of moisture during the coming weekend. » More DTN Weather Commentary