Soybeans Update




Current spring wheat

protein scales

+0 up all the way

- 0 down all the way 


Current oats bids

$2.60 for Dec 2018 delivery

$2.20 for Jan 2019 delivery



Producer Health Benefits from Land OLakes
Why choose the Minnesota Cooperative Farmer Member Health Plan?
  1. Competitive rates - 6% average decrease from last year
  2. Access to Mayo Clinic, Sanford Health, CentraCare Health, Essentia Health and more!
  3. No fees to join and no re-rating based on individual health history

Who can enroll?
Wheaton-Dumont Co-op Elevator self-employed members, along with owners and employees of farms
belonging to the co-op, are eligible for the Minnesota Cooperative Farmer Member Health Plan. Eligible
members must also be located in Minnesota, conduct at least $5,000 in business with the co-op, and
actively work in production agriculture.

When can I enroll?
For coverage beginning January 1, you can choose and enroll in your plan October 29, 2018 to
December 21, 2018.

How do I enroll?
Go to and select “Get Started” or contact the Gravie Care Team at
844-538-4690 for assistance.

Visit or call 844-538-4690 to learn more

How do I find doctors in my network?

Visit to see which health care providers are in network.

How do I learn more?

Call 844.538.4690, email or go to


Company Updates

We are currently offering a bid for soybeans delivered direct to AGP in Dawson, MN

The current cash bid is -$1.05/Nov for October 2018 delivery.

Please note these bids are subject to change at any time.

Call the main office for details: 1-800-258-4744 or 320-563-8152.

Thank you!

  Current Spring Wheat Discount Schedule

Current Soybean Discount Schedule

Current Corn Discount Schedule

Corn Moisture Table

Tenney Grain Terminal is operational!


Tenney can recieve wet corn, dry corn and soybeans.

The site is still under construction, but it is fully operational!

Thank you for your patience and understanding!


If you have questions, or need further information, please call.

Tenney:                                   1-218-630-5556

Wheaton Main Office:            1-320-563-8152















Britton Grain Terminal

Britton Grain Terminal

We look forward to serving you at the Britton Grain Terminal!

To sell grain or get quotes, call Leif Erickson or Deanna Jahnig at the Terminal at 605-448-2261.  Or call the Merchandising Staff at our Main Office at 1-800-258-4744.  You can also visit them on the web at

If you are interested in what the vital statistics are for the Britton Grain Terminal CLICK HERE


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Equipment For Sale


We have one 2015 Jet Grain Trailer for sale:


Contact Kevin at 320-563-8152 for details.


Check back for equipment sale updates. 


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Notice of Annual Meeting

Notice of Annual Meeting

Fiscal Year 2018 Annual Meeting of the
Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator

will be held on

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

Wheaton Area High School


Supper to follow meeting in the Wheaton Area High School Commons

1700 3rd Ave. South, Wheaton, MN

The following will occur at this year’s annual meeting:

-Transact any and all business that comes before the membership.

-Inform patrons about the financial status of their cooperative.

- Elect two Directors for 4-year terms; 1 Minnesota, 1 South Dakota

*Anyone interested in serving on the Board of Directors must contact the Main Office at (320)-563-8152 before December 7th, 2018 so your name can be submitted to the Nominating Committee.  You must be a qualified patron to be eligible for election to the Board of Directors.  No nomination will be accepted after December 7th, 2018.  No write-in candidates and no nominations will be accepted from the floor.


Chadd Berger


Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator Board of Directors

Ashby Grain, LLC

WDCE begins operations in Ashby, MN

Ashby Grain, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of WDCE, and the Ashby Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Company, have negotiated and signed a lease agreement that will immediately allow us to provide products and services to Ashby-area farmers.

The facility re-opened for business on October 3, 2018.

WDCE will serve as the grain buyer and feed retailer.

Ashby Grain, LLC will serve as the seed dealer.

We are pleased to serve the Ashby-area Producers and we look forward to a successful future in your Community!

Use the link below to access a statement regarding the current status of operations in Ashby.

Ashby Producer Letter


Job Opening

Wheaton-Dumont Coop Elevator is looking for Full-Time employees!

For available posistions click HERE!

WDCE Job Application

CDL Application

Cash Plus Contract

Want to add 15-20 cents premium to the price of your old crop grain?

Contact Duane Steen to learn more:

320-748-7289 (Graceville office) 


320-808-1337 (Duane Cell)


Click HERE for our aerial services!



Corn Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended the Thursday session with most contracts steady to fractionally higher. Analysts estimate that 500,000-900,000 MT of corn was

Lean Hogs Market Commentary -

Lean Hog futures posted 50 cent to $1.40 gains in most contracts on Thursday, with nearby Dec up 7.5 cents. The CME Lean Hog Index was down another

Cotton Market Commentary -

Cotton futures closed Thursday with most contracts 7 to 14 points in the red. A 281 point bounce in the dollar provided pressure. USDA will release

Soybeans Market Commentary -

Soybean futures ended the day with most contracts 4 to 5 1/2 cents in the green. Front month soy meal was down 30 cents/ton, with soy oil up 12

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn futures ended the Thursday session with most contracts steady to fractionally higher. Analysts estimate that 500,000-900,000 MT of corn was

Wheat Market Commentary -

Wheat futures settled the Thursday session with most KC and MPLS contracts 1 to 2 cents lower. CBT SRW was the strongest, steady to 2 3/4 cents

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