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Current Trading HoursAll Commodities: 8:00am - 1:55pm;
Grain will only be bought during these hours.
All prices based Bisbee; Station differentials to apply.

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Tentative Train Loading Schedule:

Bisbee Project 5-15-14

Local Conditions
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Temp: 66oF Feels Like: 66oF
Humid: 68% Dew Pt: 55oF
Barom: 30.11 Wind Dir: N
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Sunrise: 6:13 Sunset: 9:10
As reported at DEVILS LAKE, ND at 3:00 AM
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Most Crop Areas Dry Saturday
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

Dry conditions expected Saturday for most areas with the exception of the southern tier of states, which will get some light rain. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 2:34PM Fri Aug 1, 2014 CDT

Quote of the Day

"Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe."

~ H.G. Wells,  (1866 - 1946), English author

Local Cash Bids
Bisbee Delivery Basis   Cash    
 Spring Wheat Chart Aug-14    
 Winter Wheat Chart Aug-14    
 Soybeans Chart Oct-14    
 Canola Chart Aug-14    
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 Feed Barley Chart Aug-14    
Price as of 08/02/14 03:34AM CDT.
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North Central Grain News

7/21 til harvest starts: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Free Delayed Price (DP) for Spring Wheat & Winter Wheat delivered after July 1, 2014.

The delivery period is subject to change at any time.

Spring Wheat & Winter Wheat bushels applied to DP must be priced on or before noon on August 27, 2014.

Any remaining unpriced bushels as of August 27th will be priced at noon on August 27th

Bisbee Terminal Construction Update 7/16/14
Beginning the week of July 21st, Marquette Systems will be back on site to begin installing the second set of 20,000 BPH top conveyors from the main terminal out to each 8 pack and the 2-300K silos.  This will more than likely take several weeks, but should not impede our ability to regularily receive grain.  This should hopefully be completed in a couple of weeks and be ready to use by the time harvest hits!
Please call ahead, 701-656-3266, before hauling to make sure we are able to take grain.

Thank You for your patience.



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.

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DTN Market Matters Blog
Katie Micik Bio
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Friday, August 1, 2014 6:25PM CDT

The heavy rain and flooding in the Upper Mississippi River this spring has created another problem for the river: shoaling. Shoaling is the result of sediment settling in the river, mainly in channels near locks, causing the water levels there to become shallow. This can create sandbars that would be dangerous for barges to navigate and they could become stuck. Barges need at least a 9-foot draft to navigate safely and when shoaling occurs, the Army Corps of Engineers needs to dredge the area, closing all traffic on either side of the area.

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