We have changed our grain bid page .Please click on to the above Absolute Energy DTNlink to get todays closing bids and current bids during trading hours [over-night and day time] . DTN link offers access to USDA reports,market updates ,weather and the ability to put in offers at your convience.
RULES FOR GRAIN RECEIVING AT RECEIVING BUILDING. 1. Stop at stop sign. Wait for truck on pit to leave building before entering. 2. Stay in designated lanes 1 and 2; lane 3 - DDGS trucks only. 3. Open back hopper first. 4. Do not allow corn to pile above grating. This will plug dust recovery system and shutdown receiving. 5. Close hoppers before leaving building. 6. Riders must stay in truck.
7. No smoking in truck lines.
RULES FOR DDGS LOADING: 1. Truckers must stay within designated areas except for giving operator load information. 2. No truckers are allowed on top of truck (no shoveling or walking down DDGS). 3. Riders must stay in truck. 4. Tarp loads prior to leaving building.
SPEED LIMIT IS 10 MPH NO SMOKING ON PROPERTY
PRICES AS OF CLOSE: 3/29/2017
Grain Testing: Corn with greater than 2ppm Vomitoxin subject to rejection.
Please be checking bins as we are starting to see some grain quality issues.
CALL 641-326-2222 or TOLL FREE 866-636-2220 FOR CURRENT BIDS FOR COMMERCAL GRAIN HAULERS NAMES & PHONE NUMBERS SEE GRAIN MARKETING PAGE.
2015-2016 SCALE OF DISCOUNTS.
MOISTURE 15.6 - 16.0 : -.03 cts
16.1 - 16.5 : -.06 cts
16.5 -17.0 : -09 cts
OVER 17% SUBJECT TO REJECTION
TEST WEIGHT 53.9 - 53.0 -.01 52.9 - 52.0 -.02
BCFM 3.1 - 4.0 -.01 4.1 - 5.0 -.02
DAMAGE 5.1 - 6.0 -.01 6.1 - 7.0 -.02 Over 7.1 See management
Put in Your Target Offers above the Current Price instead of Selling Across the Scales Let the DTNWatch the Markets The DTN Monitors Every Tick of the Markets When Asking Price is Met, It Sells your Grain
For more information, contact Troy Olson at 866-636-2220
If you need help with the website or getting signed up you may also contact DTN directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll-free at 800-311-1516
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