Office & Truck Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
DP Program 15 days of free dp
Protein Scales: +8 per fifth above 14.0; -3 per fifth from 14.0 - 12.0 No discount below 12.0
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Scab/Vomitoxin has been noticed in some of the wheat this year. Please be aware we will be sending in samples for official grain inspection which could change your grades. 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.
China played a role in the global oversupply situation for nitrogen
as the country developed new production capacity.
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To avoid steep exit taxes when retiring from agriculture, readers
consider charitable remainder trusts. Here are answers on how to establish one.
See DTN Ag News. BAsk the Taxman by Andy Biebl...
and world events
have our senior analyst facing a
blacker than black mood.
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Soil health is going to get a lot of focus in the coming week. World
Soil Day is Dec. 4 and will be celebrated by the United Nations Food and
Agriculture Organization. Around that time, a new soil-health institute will be
launched in the U.S. Meanwhile, the Soil Health Partnership is slowly expanding
its reach as well.
See DTN Ag News. :^Soil Health Gaining Traction...
A Michigan study suggests you can use soil quality factors to predict
a response to gypsum.
See DTN Ag News. BDr. Dan Talks Agronomy...