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Corn and Soybean Seed Order by October 31st with No money down till 2015 to secure the best hybrids/varieties for your farm. Contact your NCCA Agronomist today.
Early Booking Chemical Order your 2015 Chemical needs before November 15th for best pricing. No money down till Feb. 2015.
Grid Sampling While sitting in the combine be thinking about which farms need to be grid sampled this fall. It works best to let us know ahead of time, so as soon as you are done harvesting we can get out there ASAP.
Wheat Seed Wheat seed supplies are tight this year. If you plan to drill some wheat, contact your NCCA agronomist for availability to ensure we have supply for you.
Grain Comments Wednesday’s trade saw much of the day in positive territory, but couldn’t keep up the momentum going into the close and wound up losing ground. December corn finished the day down 3 closing at $3.53 while November soybeans lost a penny closing at $9.63. Wheat was the lone bright spot pushing higher for a gain of 3 cents finishing the day at $6.05 in the December contract. Thursday morning grains are again attempting to push higher on very good export sales numbers. Currently corn is up 2 at $3.56, beans are up 9 at $9.72, and wheat is up 3 at $6.08. Traders were expecting corn sales to be between 800 and 1,000 thousand tons; corn export sales came in higher than expected at 1,031.2 thousand tons. Soybeans were even better coming in at 2,166.9 thousand tons, double the high end of estimates. Wheat was slightly weaker coming within estimates at 454 thousand tons. Top buyers for corn were Mexico and Japan and China and Mexico for soybeans.
Corn Offer Block Program The program is designed to help you place an offer to sell corn above todays market at designated prices based on chart technicals. Block prices shown for corn are based on CBOT chart targets combined with our local basis value. Offers placed must be in increments of 1000 bushel lots. If the target price is reached and grain sold you may defer the income to January 2015. NCCA south division price targets may vary slightly due to different basis value. Call Trevor or Charles in our grain department for details at 785-336-6153. Target #1 $2.88 Target Achieved on 10/14 Target #2 $2.95 Target Achieved on 10/14 Target #3 $3.00 Target Achieved on 10/21 Target #4 $3.06, 62% Retracement Level Target #5 $3.15, 100 Day Moving Average Target #6 $3.20, Retest High Set Back on 8/18 Know what seed you're planting and grain you're shipping will take front stage in 2015 To meet the Food Safety Programs established by USDA this next season, Grain Elevators will be required to implement specific procedures in tracking and monitoring grain quality and movement through elevator facilities. This will include a traceability program on grain delivered from your field or farm bins. This may include grain with aflatoxin, damage or infested grain, treated seed or issues relating to specific varieties which have not been approved by certain export markets. Here comes the hard part. Elevators cannot get insurance coverage to cover any of these issues which would place the liability back onto the farmer delivering the grain. These are all things that can be managed by letting us know what your dealing with and planning ahead. The liability issue might be something you should check with your insurance agent on this year.
Grain is purchased during Market hours between 8:30 am -1:10 pm. Grain offers after the close will be placed in the night session which operates from 7:00 pm - 7:45 am. Our Cash Bids on this website are based on an electonic CBOT 15 minute delayed quote and are subject to change without notice. Phone 785-336-6153 or Toll Free 877-336-6153