The Southern Plains into the eastern Midwest will see rain Saturday. The western Plains and southern Rockies will see snow. Rain in the Delta will move across the Midwest Saturday night. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Posted at 2:21PM Fri Apr 28, 2017 CDT
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North Central Grain Cooperative will not accept grains, oilseeds, or wheat containing transgenic events not approved for US export markets; such markets include Canada, China, South Korea, the European Union, Japan, and Mexico.
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ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES!
North Central Grain Cooperative is pleased to announce 4 - $500 scholarships for graduating high school Seniors this spring. Eligibility requirements are explained on the application. Click HERE to print off your application. Deadline for applications is May 31, 2017. Any questions, please call Tonya at 701-656-3263.
North Central Grain Cooperative and Farmers Union Oil of Willow City announce a partnership to expand services. Please click HERE for more information.
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.
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DDG prices have been firm with some locations posting better bids based on slightly tighter availability. Ethanol production remains below the million gallons a week growth we saw in prior weeks, as plants take spring maintenance downtimes.