Per CDC Guidelines, Legacy Cooperative is limiting physical interactions where possible. Essential business should be conducted by phone, text or email whenever possible. Checks, contracts, and any other essential paperwork will be mailed out daily.
Retail/Convenience store operations will continue to serve you and will remain open for now. Dining areas at the Convenience Stores are now closed per Governor Burgums Executive Order, so you will need to take your items to go.
Coffee gathering areas at all other Legacy Cooperative facilities are closed, i.e. Elevators, Agronomy & Service Stations.
We will continue to receive grain at our elevators as well as keeping agronomy and energy locations open for now.
These precautions are being implemented to keep our employees and customers as safe as possible during this challenging time.
We will continue to monitor this situation and will adjust as needed.
Dry conditions covered almost all major crop areas Monday afternoon. Exceptions were noted in central Iowa and central Texas with scattered light rain showers. Temperatures ranged from the mid 30s in southern Saskatchewan to the mid 80s from southern Texas to the Carolina coast. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Posted at 2:06PM Mon Apr 6, 2020 CDT
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"The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it."
I am pleased to announce that Chad Berginski has accepted the shop & grain operations position at the Rock Lake location. He will start on Monday, March 30th, 2020. Thanks for your continued support! Sean SlowinskiAnnual Meeting Postponed
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Legacy Cooperative has decided to postpone the annual meeting originally scheduled for Tuesday, March 31st. The reschedule date is yet to be determined. Patronage checks will be mailed out by the end of March 2020.
Legacy Cooperative Delayed Pricing Program:
Free for Spring Wheat, Soybeans & Canola delivered between Feb 17th, 2020 and July 29th, 2020 with a pricing date of 12 PM on July 29th, 2020.
If you would like to get signed up for our app to see your grain tickets & invoices,
Please call TJ at 701-656-3263
Legacy Cooperative is Cash or Contract Only on Corn. Corn under 50 lb test weight is subject to rejection.
Effective Tuesday, November 12th:
Legacy Cooperative Elevators will be implementing a drying charge on Soybeans. Please click the link below to view the new drying schedule. Soybean Shrink & Drying
Effective Monday, October 7th Legacy Cooperative will only be receiving spring wheat with Falling Numbers of 300 or Higher and DHV(Color) of 25 or Higher. Please bring your samples to the local Legacy Cooperative Elevator to arrange for testing prior to delivery. Thank You
With the Falling Numbers in Spring Wheat challenges we are all experiencing, please contact your Crop Insurance Agent to determine if you have coverage and what steps you need to take if you have coverage. Legacy Cooperative can help provide you with the documentation that you may need. Please call Jenny or Jess in Bisbee for assistance at 701-656-3263.
REMINDER TO ALL GROWERS: Legacy Cooperative's Spring Wheat and Winter Wheat bids are all based on 300 Falling Numbers or better. Tests are being taken and all wheat below 300 Falling Numbers are subject to discounts.
Vomotoxin over 2% in Spring Wheat and Winter Wheat is subject to discounts.
Please call the terminal, 701-656-3266, before hauling to make sure we are able to take grain.
Use the box lower right to have the futures and daily cash prices texted to your phone. Text Message Address is your cell phone # - digits only.
Website Cash Bids for Spring Wheat, Winter Wheat, and Soybeans update during the night time trading hours of 6:00 pm to 7:15 am on a 10 minute delay quote. The Cash Bids reset the following morning.
ATTENTION PRODUCERS AND CUSTOMERS! Take advantage of our New Text Messaging system by filling out the widget below and get on our Messaging list. For more info, click HERE.