Cambria Plant

Market Commentary
November 16, 2018
Good Morning,
Corn and soybeans are trading lower this morning after attempts to rally the markets yesterday ran out of steam. Traders are trying to figure out what to make of conflicting statements from the White House over the current state of tariff discussions with China. With the meeting between President Trump and Xi scheduled for the end of the month at the G20 meeting, Fund managers will be closely watching to see what the tone is between the two. It sounds like President Trump will require that soybeans be a part of any deal negotiated with China. Our window for export sales to be booked is slowly closing but can be quickly overcome if the recent trade restrictions on Chinese demand are backed off.
Weekly export sales were reported at 35.1 million bushels for corn and 17.3 million bushels for soybeans. Both are right on pace with the ten week average.
We have several adjustments to our receiving hours in the next week be sure to visit our website or call in to get the latest schedule.
Have a Safe Weekend!
Garry Gard

Columbia County Corn Growers - December 13, 2018

Funds Position


Didion is Hiring!
If you know someone that is looking for employment or a change let us know. If we hire your referral you could get up to $1000! We have several openings within our company. Here are just a few of the current positions:

Feed Sales                                                                          Forklift Operator
Logistics Manager                                                             Marketing Communication Manager
Grain Facility Maintenance Technician                           Biofuels Technician
Miller                                                                                   Packaging Production Worker
Safety Specialist                                                               Grain Merchandiser
For more details or to apply visit:

We Are Buying Spot Corn!

Receiving Hours

All loads must be scheduled prior to delivery. 

Refer to Grain Receiving Hours in Tab to left

Safety Tips
 School Bus Safety Tips:
If You're Dropping Off
Schools often have very specific drop-off procedures for the school year. Make sure you know them for the safety of all kids. The following apply to all school zones:
  • Don't double park; it blocks visibility for other children and vehicles
  • Don't load or unload children across the street from the school
  • Carpool to reduce the number of vehicles at the school
Sharing the Road with Young Pedestrians
According to research by the National Safety Council, most of the children who lose their lives in bus-related incidents are 4 to 7 years old, and they're walking. They are hit by the bus, or by a motorist illegally passing a stopped bus. A few precautions go a long way toward keeping children safe:
  • Don't block the crosswalk when stopped at a red light or waiting to make a turn, forcing pedestrians to go around you; this could put them in the path of moving traffic
  • In a school zone when flashers are blinking, stop and yield to pedestrians crossing the crosswalk or intersection
  • Always stop for a school patrol officer or crossing guard holding up a stop sign
  • Take extra care to look out for children in school zones, near playgrounds and parks, and in all residential areas
  • Don't honk or rev your engine to scare a pedestrian, even if you have the right of way
  • Never pass a vehicle stopped for pedestrians
  • Always use extreme caution to avoid striking pedestrians wherever they may be, no matter who has the right of way
Sharing the Road with School Buses
If you're driving behind a bus, allow a greater following distance than if you were driving behind a car. It will give you more time to stop once the yellow lights start flashing. It is illegal in all 50 states to pass a school bus that is stopped to load or unload children.
  • Never pass a bus from behind – or from either direction if you're on an undivided road – if it is stopped to load or unload children
  • If the yellow or red lights are flashing and the stop arm is extended, traffic must stop
  • The area 10 feet around a school bus is the most dangerous for children; stop far enough back to allow them space to safely enter and exit the bus
  • Be alert; children often are unpredictable, and they tend to ignore hazards and take risks
Sharing the Road with Bicyclists
On most roads, bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as vehicles, but bikes can be hard to see. Children riding bikes create special problems for drivers because usually they are not able to properly determine traffic conditions. The most common cause of collision is a driver turning left in front of a bicyclist.
  • When passing a bicyclist, proceed in the same direction slowly, and leave 3 feet between your car and the cyclist
  • When turning left and a bicyclist is approaching in the opposite direction, wait for the rider to pass
  • If you're turning right and a bicyclists is approaching from behind on the right, let the rider go through the intersection first, and always use your turn signals
  • Watch for bike riders turning in front of you without looking or signaling; children especially have a tendency to do this
  • Be extra vigilant in school zones and residential neighborhoods
  • Watch for bikes coming from driveways or behind parked cars
  • Check side mirrors before opening your door
By exercising a little extra care and caution, drivers and pedestrians can co-exist safely in school zones.

ACH - Payment Form
If you are interested in ACH, please completely fill out the attached form and return it to Didion. Some financial institutions charge for this service.(You will have to check with yours to see if there is a fee) If you have a lien on your grain, we will not be able to pay you via ACH.  Click Here to view form. 

Didion Milling has trucks ready to serve you. We have hopper bottom and dump trailers of various sizes to fit your needs. We offer on-farm pickup throughout the year. Hourly rates are available should you need extra time to fill a trailer. Contact Garry or Mitch for more information on our trucking services.

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