RIVER DUMP HOURS
Terminal M-F
Market Street Peru C & B 7-4
CGB Utica C & B 7-4
CGB Hennepin C & B 7-4
ADM Spring Valley C & B 7-4
ADM Hennepin C & B 7-4
ADM Ottawa North C & B 7-4
ADM Ottawa South C & B 7-4
Cargill Spring Valley C & B 7-5
Northern Crossing Corn 7-4
Marquis 4-8
CHS - Annawan 7-4
ALL RIVER TERMINALS ARE CLOSED MONDAY 2/19/24 FOR PRESIDENTS DAY (MARQUIS IS OPEN REGULAR HOURS)
NPC ELEVATOR HOURS
Location Harvest
Mendota North 7-4
Triumph 7-4
Utica 7-4
Tonica 7-4
Van Orin 7-4
* 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

2/22/2024 Morning Update

  • Corn fractionally higher overnight. Fresh news is thin. Funds remain very, very short, leaving prices susceptible to rallies, but rallies will be pressured by any farmer selling that transpires. Late Wednesday afternoon, Argentina’s Rosario grains exchange cut its estimate for the country’s corn harvest in 23/24 to 57.0 MMT from their earlier estimate of 59.0 MMT due to the late January or early February heat wave the country experienced. The Buenos Aires grains exchange estimates that Argentina’s corn harvest will yield a crop of 56.5 MMT. Rains over the next few days of 1-4 inches are expected over the northern Pampas region as well as the northern parts of Argentina’s Mesopotamia region. Southern growing regions are expected to receive moderate rains of up to about 1 inch.
  • Beans lower heading into the morning break as new news is hard to come by. Argentina’s Rosario grains exchange lowered their estimate for the 23/24 soybean harvest in that country to 49.5 MMT from an earlier estimate of 52.0 MMT due to a late January, or early February heat wave. The Buenos Aires grains exchange expects a 23/24 soybean crop of 52.5 MMT as rains over the next few days in Argentina are expected to boost the soybean crop.

Brandon Carlson