We are accepting Wheat and Soybeans. We will not be taking corn until March 9th.
Office and truck hours. 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
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 spring.
Delayed Pricing: Cash price or basis must be set within 15 calendar days of unload.
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 will extend the deadline for reallocating base acres and
updating yield to March 31. However, Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack did not commit to
extending the deadline for ARC-PLC signup.
See . FBase Acres Deadline Extended...
Market advisers at Commodity Classic see opportunities for corn
prices, but are less positive about soybeans.
See DTN Ag News. 7^Higher Corn Prices 2nd Shot?...
As the Brazilian trucker protest enters its 10th day, the roadblocks
threaten to really hurt soybean farmers, crushers and exporters, as well as
pork and poultry producers.
See DTN Ag News. BBrazil Truck Protest Day 10...
As calendars turn to spring (unofficially), grains seem set to follow
the lead of the Phoenix.
See DTN Ag News. BNewsom on the Market...
Speaking at the Commodity Classic in Phoenix, leaders of the National
Corn Growers Association said the group's No. 1 goal over the last few years
has been to protect the RFS from efforts to minimize renewable fuel levels or
eliminate it through legislation.
See DTN Ag News. BCorn Growers Defend RFS...