Terminal M-F
Market Street Peru C & B 7-4 Saturday 8-5
CGB Utica C & B 7-5 Saturday 7-5 Sunday 12-5
CGB Hennepin C & B 7-5 Saturday 7-5 Sunday 12-5
ADM Spring Valley C & B 7-4
ADM Hennepin C & B 7-4 Saturday 10-4
ADM Ottawa North C & B 7-4 Saturday 10-4
ADM Ottawa South C & B 7-4
Cargill Spring Valley C & B 7-3
Northern Crossing Corn 7-4
Marquis 4-8
CHS - Annawan 7am-10am
Location Mon-Fri
Mendota Town Closed
Mendota North 7-6 Fri & Sat 11-4 Sunday
Triumph 7-6 Fri & Sat 11-4 Sunday
Utica 7-6 Fri & Sat 11-4 Sunday
Tonica 7-6 Fri & Sat
Van Orin 7-6 Fri & Sat 11-4 Sunday
* weather permitting
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At Northern Partners Grain we provide access to several originators to help you market your crops. Also, we have made upgrades to all of our grain facilities increasing speed and ease of delivery. As our agronomy division helps patrons increase yields, we focus on marketing strategies and managing the delivery of these increased bushels. Being a full-service division, we also offer drying, contracting, hauling and diverse marketing programs to maximize return to our patrons.


Grain Comments

9/29/2023 Morning Update

  • After solid gains yesterday, corn markets traded quietly lower overnight in a tight trading range ahead of today’s USDA report. Rain moving into the forecast over the next week in the western belt into MN and Dakotas may slow harvest in those areas while the eastern areas should accelerate harvest. Dry weather in Argentina is delaying corn planting. The BAGE estimates corn planting is 7% complete vs 15% complete over the last 5 years. Today’s corn stocks number is estimated at 1.429 billion bushels (a 3-year high) vs 1.377 billion last year. Corn production is estimated at 13.719 billion vs 13.730 previously. Dec corn: Support at the 20-day MA at 481, then the 10-day MA at 479, then 467 ¾. Resistance at 490 ¼ – 495, then 499 ½.
  • Nov soybeans closed fractionally lower overnight but managed to hold $13 overnight. The average trade estimate for today’s soybean stocks is 242 million bushels (a 7-year low) vs 274 million last year. Soybean production is estimated at 4.269 billion bushels vs 4.276 billion previously. Nov soybeans: Support at 1284 ½, this week’s low, then 1277. Resistance at 1307-1308, then 1326 ¾.

Brandon Carlson