Terminal Wed 8/10/22
Market Street Peru C & B 7-3
CGB Utica C & B 7-4
ADM Spring Valley C & B 7-4
ADM Hennepin C & B 7-4
ADM Ottawa North C & B & W 7-4
ADM Ottawa South C & B 7-4
Cargill Spring Valley C & B 7-4
Northern Crossing Corn 7-4
Marquis 4-8
CHS - Annawan 7-4
Location Mon - Fri
Mendota Town Closed
Mendota North Call First
Triumph 7- 4
Utica Call First
Tonica 7- 4
Van Orin Call First
* 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

8/9/2022 Morning Update

  • NOAA’s 8-14 day outlook suggests a return to normal temps could be in store for Western Cornbelt, & not quite as dry conditions.
  • YC USDA Crop ratings yesterday afternoon came in at 58% G/E, down 3 points from last week & the 2nd lowest rating for this date since 2012. Most of the declines were in WCB states. 45% of the YC crop is in the dough stage, vs the 49% avg. 6% is dented (9 avg). DTN’s Digital Yield Tour’s current yield est is 167.2 bu/acre. Meteo France said this is the country’s worst drought since 1958, when records began. Their Ag Ministry est the YC crop will be 18.5% less than last year. USDA announced yesterday morning sales of 105tmt YC to Italy & 120tmt to Unknown, both for 22/23. YC export inspections were the lowest in 46 weeks at 555.6tmt. Last week was 905.2tmt. The bigger than expected drop in conditions is leading the market to rally higher overnight.
  • YSB were rated 59% G/E, down 1 point from last week. DTN’s Digital Yield Tour’s current yield est is 48.9 bu/acre. YSB export inspections were highest in 12 weeks at 867.5tmt. USDA announced yesterday morning a YSB sale of 132tmt to China for 22/23. YSB’s drop in conditions brought in buyers last night, with a gap higher opening.

Brandon Carlson