Wheaton Dumont Coop Elevator

2015 Patronage Check Correction Details

WDCE will not accept RR extend soybeans at all of its locations. These soybeans have not been approved in the PNW export market. 



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Britton Grain Terminal

Britton Grain Terminal Running Ahead of Schedule!

Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator is pleased to announce that construction on the Britton Grain Terminal is ahead of schedule and we will be ready to receive grain sometime before harvest!

The Terminal, located one mile south of Britton on SD Highway 27, is truly state-of-the-art.  The Terminal is built with both speed and space, ensuring that wait times are held to an absolute minimum.  As inbound trucks enter from the highway, they are sampled by probe on the inbound scale.  Card readers and display monitors throughout the site will control the flow of grain and data and provide that same information to the truck operator.  Trucks will then be routed to one of three enclosed, 1,400 bushel receiving pits.  Covered and automated inbound and outbound scales ensure accuracy and speed no matter what the weather is doing.  Two, 5,000 bushel per hour dryers are set up to allow drying two different commodities at the same time.  The facility will have a licensed capacity of more than 4.5 million bushels of upright storage and 2.5 million bushels of temporary storage.  In total, the new facility will be capable of receiving grain at 60,000 bushels per hour and loading 120-car shuttle trains at 80,000 bushels per hour.

Loading grain shuttles on site will significantly reduce your cost of freight and will improve grain bids to the country.  The facility will provide an immediate economic boost to the area!

Stay tuned as we anticipate holding an Open House and Grand Opening Ceremony early this summer!

Until then, you can still sell your grain delivered Britton by contacting our grain merchandising staff at 1-320-563-8152 or 1-800-258-4744. 

Click HERE for the New Crop Britton Shuttle Bids


New price later programs: FREE price later for soybeans & wheat & corn. 

Effective 11-2-2015 FREE price later for soybeans.

Effective 11-9-2015 FREE price later for wheat.

Effective 11-16-2015 FREE price later for corn


Call one of our grain locations for program details.

Check out our Price Later Program Page


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Cattle -

Live cattle futures finished as much as $1.275 lower on Tuesday. The June contract settled just 15 cents lower as it needs to stick closer to the

Wheat -

Wheat futures are trading mostly 1 or 2 cents higher this morning. They settled Tuesday trade with most SRW contracts a couple pennies higher, and

Soybeans -

Soybean futures are trading higher this morning, with July and August showing double digit gains. The soy complex was quite volatile on Tuesday. The

Corn -

Corn futures are trading mostly a penny higher this morning after ending mostly steady on Tuesday. Preliminary Open interest for corn was up 16,999

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are trading mostly a penny higher this morning after ending mostly steady on Tuesday. Preliminary Open interest for corn was up 16,999

Cotton -

Cotton futures are another 4 to 9 points higher so far this morning, after posting sharp gains on Tuesday in the face of a stronger US Dollar.

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