Weekday Hours: Wooler Road: call ahead Campbellford: 7:00 am -- 4:00 pm All of the wheat we've seen so far has been grade 2 and 15-20% moisture. If you want to unload trucks this weekend, call ahead. All of our contact numbers are listed above.
As if you needed another reason to start wheat asap, we have a need for some feed wheat so, there will be 0 discounts for feed to start out. Where it goes from there all depends on how much feed there is in the province that has to bid itself to a feed bunk. We have not seen any wheat yet but watch here for moisture and quality updates. Wheat harvest is not too far away now. If the weather trend continues, harvest will be a challenge. We want high quality wheat, so once again we will waive drying charges for wheat under 20% for a few days to kick start the harvest. Other wet years we have seen good quality wheat deteriorate every time it rains until it is feed. I think this is the best thing we can do to get high quality. Make sure your custom harvester knows that your wheat can go early. Let's try to get it done asap, but work safe and let us know if we can do anything to help you with trucking or anything else. Prices have backed off, and it's human nature to want the last big number you were offered but IMO, focus on profit, not on price. Pretty sure that still says "Sell wheat".
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We will accept HRW at our SRW bid for 2017 and 2018 crops. There will be no protein premium nor minimum requirement.
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Light to moderate rain was featured in portions of the northern Midwest Friday afternoon. Thundershowers were also noted in scattered areas of the Southeast, while a swath of moderate to locally heavy rain was in effect in the central Canadian Prairies. Other primary crop areas were dry. Temperatures ranged from the upper 60s in northeastern Minnesota to the upper 90s at numerous stations in the central and southern Plains. » More DTN Weather Commentary