Weekly ethanol production dropped sharply after touching record highs last week. This week production was down 26k barrels to 968k barrels/day. This is the second biggest weekly drop since January. Weekly exports for corn were up slightly from last week but still below the 10 week average at 23.4 million bushels. Soybean exports dropped dramatically to a negative .4 million bu. Look for export numbers to continue to be slow with the recent run-up in the markets and the continued strength in the US dollar.
Congratulations to everyone who had firm offers in above the markets coming into this week. These offers were the highest priced sales we filled this week. I would encourage everyone to get firm offers in for old and new crop bushels going forward.
I look for today to be a quiet day in the markets with some profit taking in corn, beans and wheat as we head into an extended weekend. Reminder the markets will close at 12 today.
Hours are subject to change based on weather. Please call to confirm hours.
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.
LET US DO THE TRUCKING FOR YOU!
Didion Milling has more than 20 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 Brenda for more information on our trucking services.