NOTICE TO ANYONE MAKING DELIVERIES TO THE HWY 69 MILL
Due to increased biosecurity measures we're taking at the Highway 69 Feed Mill, all loads, including grain hoppers, wagons and ingredient trucks will need to be tarped. If you are making grain deliveries to the 69 Mill, call Brad before delivery at 515-532-2881 ext. 15. Thank You.
Your NCC Account
To access grain settlements, tickets and grain year end information click the GRAIN button below. If you'd like to see your monthly statement, invoices or business year end information, click the STATEMENT button below. Questions? call Tully at 515-532-2881 ext. 23
Please note the following changes to grain disposition:
Deliveries can remain open and unsettled for a maximum of 15 days from the first day of delivery. After 15 days, the delivery sheet shall close and a new delivery sheet will be started. If no disposition is given within 5 days from the close of the delivery, the bushels will automatically move to a house receipt at a rate of $.15 per bushel for the first 90 days, non-refundable and $.001 per bushel per day thereafter.
The fuel pumps at the Clarion Cardtrol and Kanawha Oil Station have been upgraded with new site controllers capable of accepting credit cards! You will also be able to use your current NCC fuel card. Thank You!
Dry conditions will dominate the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions Thursday. This trend will be favorable for harvest progress along with field drying in areas where heavy rain occurred over the past two days. Meanwhile, dryness will combine with unseasonably warm temperatures to deplete soil moisture in the southwestern Plains winter wheat areas. » More DTN Weather Commentary