Hours 

Pasco Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday -Friday

Harvest Hours:

Pasco Elevator Hours: 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM Monday-Saturday ; Closed Sunday

Burbank Elevator Hours: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday-Saturday; Closed Sunday

Harvest hours will expand as needed, please call office if extended hours are needed.

NOTE: ALL PRICES ARE NOW DELIVERED PASCO, NOT PORTLAND 
Contact us if you want our bids sent by text or email daily  
Office #509-545-0900 & Elevator #509-545-5179
 
Commentary

7/10/20: No surprises in crop report.  YC crop size trimmed to 15 bil bu for 2020 on 5 mil planted acre reduction from June report.  Corn carryouts still burdensome and reason we down 10c today and for the week.  Wheat picture similar to past couple years in US and World with carryout also projected to increase. Cgo wheat up 40c, KCY wht up 17c, and MPLS DNS up 15c for the week.  Flash sales to China this morning from the USDA are good news.  1.365 million Metric tons of corn bought split between current and next marketing year.  130K MT of HRW and 190K MT of HRS.   TCG harvest picking up and will be a full go next week.     

We are in the Process of printing wheat BOL's for harvest.  We should have talked to the majority of you but if you have not heard from us please call and let us know the # of BOL's you will need.

MARKET UPDATES AND GRAIN INFORMATION now also available via Washington Grain Commission Podcast here 


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Futures Quotes
Quotes retrieved on July 13, 2020, 09:39:29 AM CDT
Commentary
Soybean Market 5 to 8 Cents Lower -

Following the weekend break, soybean futures are another 5 to 8 cents lower. The soy complex closed in the red on Friday, with beans down 6 3/4 to

Ag Market Commentary -

After the double digit losses on Friday erased the week’s gains, corn prices start the new week another 6 to 8 cents per bushel lower. While night

Lean Hogs Fight to Keep Cash Above $30 -

Front month lean hog futures closed the day with 35 to 82 cent losses in the front months. July contracts traded higher on the day, with a 12 cent

Corn Market Gaps Lower -

After the double digit losses on Friday erased the week’s gains, corn prices start the new week another 6 to 8 cents per bushel lower. While night

Wheat Markets Steady to 3 Lower -

Wheat markets start the week UNCH (MPLS) to 3 cents lower (CHI). Wheat futures traded in both directions on Friday. KC HRW futures closed with 3 to

Cotton Market Down 55 to 60 Points -

Cotton futures are 55 to 60 points lower coming out of the weekend break as the ags and energies are seeing broad selling, while gold and the stock

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