Wheaton Dumont Coop Elevator

9-24-14 will be the last day to haul wheat in as we need to get ready for this falls soybean & corn harvest. 


 

FREE STORAGE on soybeans and corn ends Tuesday, September 30, 2014. If the soybeans and corn are not sold, storage will start the day the grain was delivered at 5 cents/bushel/month until sold.  


WDCE has ZERO tolerance for treated seed occuring in any grain. It's your responsibility to clean and inspect all your grain hauling equipment to insure their is no treated seed in it before delivering grain to any WDCE grain locations.


 

Current delayed price (DP) storage programs

Click HERE for the 2014 Corn Discount Schedule

Click HERE for the 2014 Soybean Discount Schedule

Click HERE for the 2014 Wheat Discount Schedule

Click HERE for the Hedge To Arrive details 

Priced later charges for wheat will be $0.05 per bushel per month.

First ten days are free; if not sold storage starts the day of unload.  Storage fees are $0.05 per bushel per month until the wheat is sold. 

 


current protein scales for spring wheat: basis 14 protein +5 1/5 up/-10 1/5 down

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Weather

Wheaton, Minnesota (56296)

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Cash Bids
Name Delivery End Basis Cash Price Futures Change
Wheaton-Dumont
Sisseton
Britton
Graceville

Quotes retrieved on September 30, 2014, 10:59:39 PM CDT
Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on September 30, 2014, 10:59:39 PM CDT
Commentary
Cotton -

Cotton futures closed 10 to 62 points lower.  The December contract came within 18 points of its recent low, established last

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures closed mostly a nickel lower today, touching five year lows in the front month. This action followed the USDA Grain Stocks report

Wheat -

Wheat futures closed 3 to 8 cents lower following the release of updated figures for 2014/15 wheat production, which came out simultaneously with

Cattle -

Cattle futures closed 50 cents to a dollar lower in Turnaround Tuesday action, but feeders are were able to stay green on the day because of cheaper

Corn -

Corn futures closed mostly a nickel lower today, touching five year lows in the front month. This action followed the USDA Grain Stocks report

Soybeans -

Soybeans closed mostly 10 to 11 cents lower on the day.  Futures made it back to plus territory about 40 minutes after the USDA reports due

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