Brunswick, Hardin, Corder, & FGT are taking DP corn. DP is 4 cents a month and DP contract MUST be signed at the time of delivery.
Carrollton & Norborne are cash or contract only on corn. There must be a contract to apply the grain to OR you must sell it across the scale.
FGT & Corder have storage available on beans. Brunswick, Norborne, amd Hardin are taking DP beans. DP is 4 cents per month and a DP contract MUST be signed at time of delivery. Carrollton is cash or contract only on beans.
The market made back some of what it lost yesterday. Meal was up 5 a ton thus pushing beans up and corn being drug along. Funds were buyers of both corn and beans. Weather doesn’t pose any real risk for South America as Brazil has seen timely rains. Argentina could use a rain but with favorable forecasts next week nobody is too terribly concerned at this point. A rain for South America right now is comparable to a rain in late July or August for us, something you might refer to as “a million dollar rain”. We’ll see how it turns out!