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Quotes retrieved on September 25, 2020, 06:22:07 PM CDT


Weekend Dumping Hours
Holloway 8pm
Appleton 8pm
Twin Brooks 8pm
Ortonville 7pm

Holloway 7:30am  - 8pm
Appleton 7:30-8pm
Twin Brooks 7:30-8pm
Ortonville 7:30am - 7 pm

Holloway Noon-6pm
Appleton Noon-6pm
Twin Brooks Noon-6pm


West-Con will Not be Taking
Wheat Starting Tuesday 9/22/20
Due to Bean Harvest

West-Con is Hiring for the Fall
Season: Truck Drivers & Other
Positions Available, Click on
Careers for more Information 

Grain Receiving Open 7:30 A.M.


SEPT 12th Crop Report Update
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Covid-19 Update
Customers must now wear a FACE MASK before
entering any West-Con Office.
Customers are allowed in West-Con offices after
they have made an appointment and do not
show any of the following symptoms listed below.
West-Con operations areas are still closed to foot 
traffic.  Please call ahead when picking up chemical
and fertilizer and stay in your vehicle.  When hauling
grain you will be required to crank your own hoppers.  
Thank You and stay safe.


We have Changed the login for your
My Farm Records account.  It is now
Called Grower 360 and the login is 
one of the buttons above (Grower 360)
You will need to contact Amy (1216),
Al (1231) or Chelsea (1214) to activate
your new Grower 360 Account

West-Con now Accepts Major Credit Cards
As a Form of Payment on your Account. 
There is a 3% Convenience
Fee per transaction.

Map of the Coronavirus
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Protect Yourself and Buckle Up


The Importance of Soil Sampling

It is that time of year when the combines are getting greased and we are gearing up for another harvest, which seems to be shaping up to be a very good one yield wise. This is the time of year that we should be evaluating our nutrient management plans and start finding out which fields need to have a soil test done on them.

There are many great benefits taking a soil test. Nutrient levels being the key one everyone thinks of but it also gives you PH, cation exchange capacity (nutrient holding capacity) and organic matter amongst others. A soil test should be treated like a report card for your nutrient management plan. Evaluation along with the proper fertilizers and at the right time all play a significant role on the results of the soil sample.



When taking a soil sample, make sure to take eight to ten cores per sample from representative areas of the field. You can use soil maps (majority of soil type) or even yield map history. Basic rule of thumb is don’t poke the probe in the cow pie and stay off the top of hills. Once you sample the field, get into the rhythm of taking those cores from the same place every 2 to 3 years. You can GPS the coordinates to come back to the next time. If you do it in the fall, try to stay into the routine of doing it in the fall for those fields.

West-Con can either take the sample for you or you can get some soil sampling bags from us and you can bring them in to us and we will get them to where they need to be.


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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.

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