Cash bid for spring and winter wheat is based on a minimum of 300 falling numbers. Wheat containing 275-299 falling numbers -$.25 a bushel discount. Feed wheat - less than 275 falling numbers or over 2% damage ex: sprout, frost and scab. Falling numbers will be determined by a producer's daily composite and sent to either North Dakota Grain Inspection or Jamestown Grain Inspection. Watch this video for more info.
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Southwest Grain only receipts wheat of 14.0% moisture or less.
Effective Monday October 6, 2014 all locations will be cash or contract only for spring wheat and winter wheat.
Lemmon Terminal: Currently taking pre-tested spring wheat as cash or on contract. Call ahead for all other commodities. (1/26/2015)
The Boyle Terminal has room for milling and non-milling spring wheat and winter wheat. Must be in line by 4:00 pm. Each load will be checked for falling numbers before unloading. If you know you have falling numbers under 274 and don't want to wait for a sample to be run pick up the phone for pit assignment. Hours are 7:00AM to 5:00PM. (1/26/2015)
The Dickinson Durum Terminal has room for all grades of durum. Delayed pricing is available. Hours are 8:00AM to 5:00PM. Closed Saturday and Sunday. (1/26/2015)
Our Cash Bids will be updated no earlier than 2:30 PM Mountain Time Monday-Friday and may not always reflect the futures market change. There is about a 10 min delay for the futures price to update and we have no control over that feed.
New Salem: Room for spring wheat. If hauling 9, 10 or 11 protein spring wheat please deliver to Boyle Terminal. Call before hauling any oats or barley. Full of corn. Call before delivering sunflowers. Room for flax. Please call with questions. Hours 8:00AM to 5:00PM. 2015 high oleic acres are filled. (1/26/2015)