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Our condominium storage has all been sold. If you are interested in purchasing any please let us know and if someone decides to sell their units we can get you in touch with them.
Burgers & Brats
Farmer appreciation meals
The Clarion north location will be serving burgers or brats on the following days for the next six weeks come rain or shine!
The grain department would like to remind our customers that we are offering our suite of FlexHedge products that can capture a premium to your futures price with minimum risk. To find out more, contact Brad or Elizabeth in the Clarion office, Paul Huisman at the Kanawha office or Carla Wellik in Woden.
We are now sending morning and afternoon grain market commentary via text, if you already receive cash or futures texts you are automatically enrolled in this service. If you don't currently receive cash or futures texts and would like to receive the market commentary contact Tully at 515-532-2881 ext. 23, by email at email@example.com or by text at 641-425-7252. We are also now offering livestock futures texts!
We will not accept any soybeans that were in standing water due to, but not limited to the following reasons:
Submerged Soybeans: "Soybeans that were submerged in flood waters from creeks, rivers and streams are considered to be adulterated according to the Food & Drug Administration and should not enter commerce. Federal crop insurance provides that submerged soybeans be appraised at zero value. This is due to the potential for toxins in the floodwaters.
Saprophytic Fungi: The moist, dead soybean plant material is a wonderful host for saprophytic fungi. These fungi can cause some discoloration of the soybean seeds. It is common to see clouds of black dust during harvest of affected fields. Scout your fields to assess the amount of seed damage and determine how to separate the seed.
Grain Quality: Check field prior to harvest. Fungal diseases such as Phomopsis seed decay and Anthracnose thrive with warm and moist conditions during soybean maturity. Increased activity can be observed if harvest is delayed. The reduction in overall seed quality can impact marketability.
Silt and Mud: When fields dry out, soil may remain on the plants. This can delay drying of the plant and cause dusty soybeans at harvest.
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.
1. Offers must be received by 3:45 pm for e-trade that pm. Orders received after 3:45 pm may or may not be acknowledged by a merchandiser for the start of the e-trade that pm. 2. Declined or withdrawn offers must be acknowledged by a merchandiser to be valid. 3. Offers placed during the trade that are near the market may not be acknowledged in a timely fashion. Please use phone calls for this situation. 4. Offers that expire are the producers responsibility. Know your expiration date!
North Central Coop - DTN Portals Offer Acceptance Procedure. When an offer is placed, the DTN Portals program automatically places an offsetting hedge on the Electronic Chicago Board of Trade system. When the hedge offer is sold on the ECBOT, we receive notification and honor the producer offer at that time. In some instances, the value needed to sell the offsetting hedge trades at the required level, but doesn’t buy the hedge that was offered on behalf of the producer offer. In that case, we do not honor the offer until the offsetting hedge is sold on the ECBOT. For any offer not automatically hedged (less than 2,500 bushels), the ECBOT needs to trade one tick above the required level or ”trade through” ($3.7525 for a $3.75 offer) in order for the offer to be accepted. Occasionally, when there are numerous hedges placed against numerous producer offers, only part of them are sold on the ECBOT. In that situation, the filled hedges are applied to the oldest producer offers based on time of offer entry. When the offer is confirmed filled, we then honor and accept the offer. At that time, an email is generated by DTN and sent to our administrators and the producers that are set up to receive the accepted confirmation via text and/or email.