Wheaton Dumont Coop Elevator



Britton area farmers, we are now posting 2016 new crop shuttle bids for soybeans and corn. For curernt bids, go to the cash bid link. 


Attention Patrons:

Due to the decreased price of both fuel and transportation, we are going to reduce the freight spreads and bid differentials between our truck-served locations and our train-loading terminals. This will result in higher grain bids at our truck-served locations. This change will become effective on September 1, 2015.


Compass Contracts

To learn more about these premium contracts, call Duane Steen today at 1-320-808-1337


2015 WDCE Plot Results!  updated 10-7-15

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New crop corn basis fix contracts, no storage charges when you haul your corn into one of our elevators at harvest time and still take advantage of futures rallies once corn harvest is done. For details, call Duane at Graceville, Devon at Tenney, Justin at Britton, Matt at Hankinson and Greg or Doug at the Wheaton main office.  


Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator is pleased to announce that their new grain-receiving facility at LaMars, North Dakota is nearing completion and will be operational for this Harvest!

The facility is truly state-of-the-art.  Grain is received in two enclosed 1,400 bushel receiving pits on covered and automated scales.  Both receiving pits have capacities of 20,000 bushels per hour.  The facility also features a new 5,000 bushel per hour dryer and plenty of wet storage. In total, the facility will provide nearly two and a half million bushels of storage capacity and will have 10,000 bushels per hour drying capacity.

Access to the facility is provided by brand new infrastructure as well.  Richland County Highway 22 was recently rebuilt and resurfaced and provides direct access to the facility.  Highway 22 is now a year-round, full-capacity road.

For more information regarding this facility, please contact Mathew Brandenburger at 1-701-640-5578 or Philip Deal at 1-320-563-8152.

Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator is a locally owned and operated grain, feed, and agronomy cooperative.  The Cooperative serves more than 1,200 active patrons and employs more than 120 people.  Wheaton-Dumont currently operates facilities in Graceville, Dumont, Wheaton, Tenney, and Campbell, Minnesota; LaMars, Hankinson, Mantador, and Rutland, North Dakota; and Sisseton, New Effington, and Britton, South Dakota.

Trailers For Sale

Trailers for Sale:

We are in the process of updating our fleet and we will be selling grain trailers. Trailers are DOT ready and will be sold on a first come-first served basis. You can pick the trailer you want out of those remaining.

Year:               2006 (one trailer for $24,000)

                       2008 (one trailer for $25,000)

Make:              Wilson

Model:             Pace Setter, Ag Hoppers

Dimensions:    41 feet long, 72 inches wide, 96 inches high

Ride:               Spring Suspension

Tarp:                Electric Roll Tarp

Wheels:           11R24 Tires, Steel Wheels, DOT Ready

 Click here for photos of the trailers

Contact Philip at 320-760-6697 or Kevin at 320-808-4938 or Vaughn at 320-760-9833 for details



Wheaton, Minnesota (56296)

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Corn -

Corn futures are trading 1 to 2 cents higher on Turnaround Tuesday, after losing around 2 cents on Monday. The USDA Export Inspections report this

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures are trading 1 to 2 cents higher on Turnaround Tuesday, after losing around 2 cents on Monday. The USDA Export Inspections report this

Cotton -

Cotton futures are currently trading 90 to 125 higher. On Friday, the USDA changed the average cotton yield dramatically in MS, losing 107 lbs/ac to

Lean Hogs -

Hog futures are trading 40 cents to $1.77 higher at the Tuesday midday, with December the strongest. The CME Lean Hog Index for 10/9 was 7 cents

Cattle -

Live cattle futures are mostly 35 to 70 cents lower on profit taking, although October is 45 cents higher. Feeders are currently 30 lower to 40

Wheat -

Wheat futures are currently trading 6 to 11 cents higher in Turnaround Tuesday action. The weekly Export Inspections report showed only 290,717 MT

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Cash Bids
Name Delivery End Basis Cash Price Futures Change
Graceville / Tenney, MN
Dumont / Wheaton / Campbell, MN / LaMars, ND
Hankinson, ND
Mantador, ND
Sisseton, SD
Rutland, ND
Britton, SD

Quotes retrieved on October 13, 2015, 04:16:04 PM CDT