Grain

Grain marketing support for your farm

As a major buyer and trader of grains and oilseeds, CHS globally moves more than two billion bushels annually through its network of river, rail and export terminals. So when you work with your local cooperative, you’re tapping into a world of resources and a depth of grain marketing solutions.

We have built our reputation on a demonstrated commitment to producer profitability. We strive to make it as convenient as possible to market your grain, and we are committed to doing business with integrity and building long-term partnerships.

  • Take advantage of online and mobile resources to check cash grain prices, make offers to sell grain, and have secure access to account information and reports.
  • Choose from a variety of grain contracts and specialty grain contracts to meet your expectations.
  • Gain timely insights about local, regional and world markets from our grain specialists, who are connected to valuable information and perspectives through the CHS cooperative system.
  • Consider working with CHS Hedging, a full-service commodity brokerage firm with expert consultants and risk management services.

Grain Notices

Please note that all CHS Southwest Grain locations only receipt wheat of 14.0% moisture or less.

If a change is needed on your grain tickets, you must contact the office within 24 hours. If your ticket is marked as contract, but you do not have a contract, the ticket will be sold as spot unless the office is notified.


Deferred Payment Program

CHS Southwest Grain offers a Deferred Payment Program at our grain locations. The following attachments include information about the Deferred Payment Program, the contract policy, forms, and the Agreement to Amend & Restate Deferred Payment form.

If you choose to defer payments, please contact your local CHS Southwest Grain accountant to establish the date you want to defer payments to.  You will need to review and fill out the Deferred Payment Contract Attachment Form and the Deferred Payment Contract Policy.

You can amend your deferred payment contract when your current deferred payment agreement expires by filling out the Agreement to Amend & Restate Deferred Payment Agreement form with your local CHS Southwest Grain accountant.

Deferred Payment Contract Attachment Form

Deferred Payment Contract Policy

Agreement to Amend & Restate Deferred Payment Agreement

Announcements

View our policy regarding splitting grain settlements

Direct Deposit is now available! Contact your elevator for forms and more information. Direct deposits can not be made to producers with a lien or for deferred payments.


Delayed Price Information

Minimum of 300 Falling Numbers required.  There is no minimum charge.

There is a service fee for each Delayed Price Contract.  The service fees will be waived if the grain is sold within 15 days of delivery.

All Delayed Price contracts expire on May 31.  All storage charges will need to be paid by then to continue with your program.

All DP programs are limited by space availability at individual locations.

*The Delayed Price Program is subject to change without prior notice.


Boyle Terminal (Taylor, ND)

Room for spring wheat

Cash or contract only

No feed wheat

ATTENTION: Currently only taking wheat under 14.0% moisture, Wheat containing 14.0% moisture and over as well as damaged grain will either be applied to a grain purchase contract or will be sold at the close of the market the day it’s unloaded. If you have any questions about discounts or premiums, please view our premiums & discount schedules.

We will be randomly checking Falling Numbers. Any loads with Falling Numbers under 300 will have low falling numbers discounts applied to the ticket.

Hours:
Mon. – Fri.: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM

(01/18/22)


Dickinson Durum Terminal

Full of durum.

Full of spring wheat.

Hours:
Mon. – Fri.: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Phone: 483-6781

( 01/18/2022 )


Lemmon Terminal

Lemmon has room for spring wheat and corn. 

Please call for questions regarding delivery on other commodities.

Hours:
Mon. – Fri.: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat. – Sun.: Call Ahead

( 01/18/2022 )


New Salem Terminal

Room for wheat

Room for soybeans

No feed wheat

Call before hauling: oats, sunflowers, flax, corn and barley.

Barley specs:  #2 or better, 48 lbs., 3.0 ppm vom or less

Call for harvest hours

New Salem Terminal Hours:
Mon.– Fri.: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Main Street New Salem Locations Hours:
Mon. – Fri.: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

( 01/18/2022 )


Dickinson Seed Elevator

Hours:
Mon. – Fri.: 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM

( 01/18/2022 )


Elgin Elevator

Hours:
Mon. – Fri.: 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

( 01/18/2022 )


Reeder Elevator

Hours:
Mon. – Fri.: 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Sat.: Closed

( 01/18/2022 )


New England Elevator

Mon. – Fri.:  7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

( 01/18/2022 )


Spring Wheat Protein Scale

0 above 15.0%
+$0.01 1/5 for 14.0%-15.0%
-$0.01 1/5 for 14.0%-11.0%
0 below 11.0%

(Changed 12/13/2018)

Winter Wheat Protein Scale

0 above 12.0%
-$0.02 1/5 12.0%-9.0%

(Changed 02/02/2021)

Please take extra care in cleaning out all grain handling equipment and trucks. Treated seed and fertilizer are NOT tolerated in grain and any load containing either will be rejected. We will be checking and testing loads regularly as we move forward. Thanks!  

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