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North Central Grain News
7/21 til harvest starts: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Effective 9-24-14 North Central Grain will reinstate delayed pricing on Canola. We have also established individual station prices.
Due to the presence of high Vomotoxin in this year's winter wheat, North Central Grain is pulling its HRW bid and will not be receiving anymore winter wheat at this time. Growers will need to bin the winter wheat as there is currently no market for high vomo winter wheat. We will continue to search for options and markets to deliver to. We are advising that growers contact their crop insurance agents to discuss their options. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Thank You Sean Slowinski
Vomotoxin over 2% in Spring Wheat and Winter Wheat is subject to discounts.
Bisbee Terminal Construction Update 8/4/14
Marquette Systems has installed the new conveyors over the west 8 pack and the 2 - 300K silos. This week, they will finish the transitions into the bins on the west 8 pack and will begin installing the conveyors over the east 8 pack. Hope Electric is back on site to begin wiring the new conveyors and gates. This should hopefully be completed in a couple of weeks and be ready to use by the time harvest hits full swing! The new scale & building is just about complete with the exception of some grading and some drainage that we hope finish up this week.
Please call the terminal, 701-656-3266, before hauling to make sure we are able to take grain.
Thank You for your patience.
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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.
Agriculture industrial reports on wet and dry ethanol milling, flour milling, oilseed crush and cotton suffered from the Census Bureau's budgetary axe in 2011, but USDA announced on Monday it's ready to put the reports on 2015 calendar.