This year some seed companies have launched corn hybrids in Ontario that have NOT been approved by major export markets. As we sell corn into the export market, please be aware that our elevator will NOTreceive any non-approved corn varities during 2020 corn harvest.
Grain Farmers of Ontario and the Ontrio Agri Business Association have published a list with the non-approved varieties. You can find the full list of corn hybrids here.
If you plan on growing any corn varieties on the list, please call us to make other arrangements or talk to your local seed dealer to switch to another variety. Your cooperation in this matter is much appreciated!
Please feel free to call if you have any questions!
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, target price contracts and farm pick ups.
Custom Work Available
Fully licensed, professional service with modern equipment including tall corn package, side dressing and fungicide control. Liquid fertilizer available.
We are excited to add strip-tilling to our custom work services. Come and see our new equipment in action!
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We ask our customers and anyone coming into the yard and office to practice social distancing and to respect the recommended 2 meter distance.
The health and safety of our employees, customers and community are important to us and we encourage everyone to do their part.
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
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
The heat wave continues and still not much rain in the forecast. Another hot day lies ahead of us. As planting is slowly finishing up it will be a quiet day at the elevator. The sprayer is getting lots of exercise these days and the tractors have enjoyed being usefull putting in the new crop after a long winter in the shed.
Markets are up overnight.
The Canadian dollar is up again and we have seen some change in basis. Corn and soybean futures are up this morning. Planting has progressed without much interruption and all eyes are on the weather now.
Looking to lock in some harvest prices? Opportunities might be small and short lived. Keep a close eye on the market and consider making small sales over a longer period of time to ensure a solid overall average. Take advantage of setting target prices to catch overnight opportunities. Call anytime for marketing advise or if you have questions.