MarKit County Grain will be closed this Friday for Independence Day.
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We are accepting corn, wheat and soybeans.
Office and truck hours. 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
Free Delayed Pricing on Wheat, Corn or Soybeans delivered by July 31st. Cash price must be set by July 31st.
REMINDER: As our weather begins to heat up please be sure to check your bins. High moisture commodities can spoil quickly and easily in the heat.
Protein Scales: +15 per 1/5th from 14.0 to 15.0, +8 per 1/5th above 15.0; -15 per -1/5th 14-13, -5 per 1/5th below 13, Max Discount: $1.10
Scab/Vomitoxin has been noticed in much of the winter wheat and some of the spring wheat so far in harvest. Please be aware we will be sending in samples for official grain inspection on a composite basis every day for each customer. VOM discounts right now are -8 cents per 0.5 ppm above 2.0 ppm. This is subject to change at anytime. Call with questions.
We have added IView for our customer's to have the ability to view their account information 24 hours a day! You will be able to log on to our secure site and view all your statements, contracts, settlements and print scale tickets. Click the green IView icon on the top right portion of your screen to register or call the elevator
Markit County Grain, LLC will not accept grains, oilseeds or wheat containing transgenic events not approved for U.S export markets; such markets to include Canada, China, South Korea, the European Union, Japan and Mexico.
USDA pegged corn acreage at 88.9 million acreage and soybean acreage
at 85.14 ma. Corn and soybean stocks as of June 1 came in near pre-report
estimates at 4.45 billion bushels and 625 mb, respectively.
See DTN Ag News. BUSDA Reports Summary...
Agronomists are already seeing leaf diseases such as northern corn
leaf blight this season. To spray or not to spray is the question.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Fungus Among Us...
It was a long wait, but corn prices are moving higher again.
See DTN Ag News. 1^Todd's Take...
View From the Cab farmer Lane Robinson's fields outside of Cromwell,
Indiana, are becoming weedy because it's been too wet to spray. Meanwhile,
conditions have turned drier in Leon Kriesel's area of western Nebraska,
allowing farmers to continue field work.
See DTN Ag News. 7^View From the Cab...
Monday's USDA weekly Crop Progress and Condition reports were neutral
to bullish for corn and soybeans, bullish for winter wheat and bearish for
spring wheat, according to DTN Senior Analyst Darin Newsom.
See . FUSDA Weekly Crop Progress ...