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Corn and Soybean Seed
We still have a very good supply of the best hybrids/varieties for this area. Talk to your local NCCA agronomist for more information.
Come in today to line up your acres to be custom applied NH3 and Dry Fertilizer in one pass.
Variable Rate Fertilizer
Now is the time to look back over past and present years grid samples and figure out where you need to best place your fertilizer and lime. Grain Comments- The USDA supply/demand report released yesterday lowered soybean carryover to 150 million bushels which was very close to the average trade guess of 153 mln. Corn carryover was estimated at 1.792 billion bushels which is still very large but lower than the trade average guess of 1.871 billion bushels. Tuesday night grains traded both sides in a narrow range. Corn prices although higher the past few sessions are still in a down trend on the charts while soybean are showing a nice up trend. Due to the inverted soybean prices meaning lower prices this spring, elevators are immediately selling any ownership they have. This could make for a tight supply situation for the few bushels remaining next summer.
Milo - due to the increased yields and shortage of elevator space we will be requiring milo bushels be placed on a deferred pricing contract when harvest is completed. This will allow the farmers to price grain as usual throughout the year but give ownership to the co-op so we are able to move the milo into the market place. Service fees on the contracts will be equal to our regular storage rates, and the milo must be priced by Oct 31st 2014.