Soybean Harvest 2020 Tuesday, September 29 - 8am to 5pm (weather dependant) Please call the office at (905) 939-7494 to ensure that we can dump you if you come after hours or watch website for updates. _____________________________________________________________
Update for Hard Red Winter Wheat prices:
Going forward there will be no extra premium for protein. The premium will be included in the posted prices.
Cash Prices posted are an indication only and subject to change. Please call our office for binding price quotes.
Wearealwayshappytoanswerquestionsandassistyou in marketing your grain. Ask us about future contracts, basis contracts and target price contracts.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Rainy days are catch up days and that's what we are doing today. We had 0.7" overnight but the sun is out this morning. Trucks are on the road and it's quiet in the yard. Yesterday's soybean moisture ranged between 11% and 13.4%.
Just a reminder: If you come with a moisture sample, we are happy to test it for you, but please call ahead, put your sample in the bucket provided and wait outside the office for the results. Harvest procedures will be the same as stated on this website.
Markets were down overnight. US harvest is in full swing and harvest pressure has taken a toll on soybean prices. A weak Canadian dollar is still supporting Ontario basis. Keep an eye on the market and spread out your sales to get a solid overall average. Use target orders if you are busy in the field and don't want to miss opportunities.
Call anytime for marketing advice or if you have questions.
Have a good day!
2020 Harvest Delivery Procedures
As we approach harvest, we want you to know that our harvest delivery procedures have changed slightly this year. We continue to practice social and physical distancing, proper handwashing and sanitizing to eliminate the spread of COVID-19.
The scale house will be closed to farmers and carriers during harvest.
The following is what to expect when you bring a load to the elevator:
Upon arrival, remain in your vehicle to be weighed in. Communicate via CB radio or cell phone to declare ownership and type of grain delivered.
Remain in your vehicle at all times where possible. If you need to leave your vehicle when you are dumping please ensure to practice social and physical distancing.
Once your vehicle is unloaded, return to the scale, and remain on the scale in marked area to be weighed out.
Scale tickets can be picked up outside the scale house or delivered to your vehicle by staff.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us. We are happy to accommodate a "non-contact delivery" if you wish. Please notify the office in advance about the ownership and type of grain you are delivering.
Checking Samples in Advance As always, we are more than happy to test your samples before harvest for moisture and grade. Please contact the office upon arrival and let our staff know you have a sample to be tested. An outside table will be set up with pails for you to transfer your sample into and our staff will test the sample as requested. Remain in your vehicle and a staff member will bring out the results.
Due to the current situation we might not always be in the office but we are available via phone: (905) 939-7494 email: email@example.com and text: (905) 252-2442