1-800-368-3310   520 COUNTY RD 9, HOLLOWAY, MN 56249


   
 
   
 

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CASH BIDS

Name Cash Price Price Change
HOLLOWAY    
APPLETON    
MILBANK    
DLVD AGP DAWSON    
DLVD AGP ABERDEEN    
Quotes are delayed, as of October 22, 2021, 05:46:13 PM CDT or prior.
All grain prices are subject to change at any time.
Cash bids are based on 10-minute delayed futures prices, unless otherwise noted.

Western Consolidated Coop will not accept grains, oilseeds or wheat containing transgenic events not approved for U.S. export markets; such markets to include, but are not limited to Canada, China, South Korea, the European Union, Japan and Mexico.

Western Consolidated Coop has ZERO TOLERANCE for treated seed occuring in grain.  Make sure all equipment is thoroughly cleaned and inspected before using it for grain.


NEWS & EVENTS

 Dumping Hours
Holloway 8 PM
Twin Brooks 8 PM
Appleton 5 PM
(Train Saturday ???)

APPLETON TAKING 
DRY CORN ONLY DURING
THE TRAIN on SATURDAY 
No Wet Corn or Soybeans

Agronomy Update!
West-Con and Nutrien Ag Solutions 
s
trategic alliance letter
Click here to view

New Podcast: we talk with
Brian Rydlund of CHS Hedging
Click on the Media Button to Listen

New Video: Oct Crop Report
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Due to Staffing issues Ortonville Grain
will not be open this fall. 
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New Corn Drying Charges
for Fall are posted under
Grain / Grain Discounts page

West-Con is not taking wheat
during soybean & corn harvest.

 


FUTURES

Quotes are delayed, as of October 22, 2021, 05:46:13 PM CDT or prior.

AGRONOMY UPDATE

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Agronomy Hours

Saturday 7:30am-2:00pm

Sunday-closed

Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:00pm 

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Monitoring corn fields for stalk quality

With all the curve balls mother nature has thrown our way this year, from the drought this summer to the recent hail and windstorms, it is critical to scout fields early to determine which one’s might need to be harvested first or earlier to avoid losses due to lodged corn.   What happens during grain fill in a drought, a plant that is under stress will “cannibalize” its own stalk, leaves and roots to develop the ear.  Nothing can be done at this stage; however, you can minimize yield and quality losses by harvesting earlier than planned.

 

Fall soil sampling may be the key to spring crop management decisions

Fall soil sampling provides key benefits.  Ground conditions are typically more favorable than in spring, allowing us to get a better core sample for more accurate analysis.  Fall sampling also allows you the winter months to think about what your field needs are.  With current fertilizer prices being higher than previous years, you have time to make those decisions and lock in your spring fertilizer based on your soil analysis.

 

 

West-Con Crop Insurance
MPCI & Hail
Contact Chad Syltie
Holloway Office
320-394-2171 (Ext 1227)


THINKING SAFETY

THINK SAFETY 
Grain Safety Training 2021!

 

 


Grower 360 is now available!
You can view your scale tickets,
statements and invoices with West-Con
online through our website
Please Contact
Chelsea (1214) or Karly (1254)
To set up and activate your
Grower 360 A
ccount

COVID-19 Policies

 

 
West-Con Accepts Major Credit Cards
There is a 3% Convenience
Fee per transaction


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