Grain

Flexibility, access and speed are key features of working with Top Ag when you look to sell your grain. 
 

Grain facilities

We have six facilities with more than 7.2 million bushels of storage. We continue to expand and upgrade our grain facilities, adding bin space and improving dumping speeds at all our locations. 

With our set up of large pits, you simply pull in, dump and leave to get back to the field for the next load. 

We also offer storage at competitive rates.

Our grain facilities are located in Addieville, Mascoutah (wheat only), Okawville, Pierron, St. Libory and Trenton. 

 

Grain Hours 

Mon-Friday: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM*
*Please call for Harvest Hours

Grain

Competitive bids, multiple contracting options

You’ll find our grain bids are extremely competitive, which is thanks in part to our access to markets. This includes rail options out of Addieville and Okawville locations to Southeast U.S. processors, end users, feed areas and poultry areas. We can co-load up to a 90-car unit train. 

Our merchandisers will work with you on the pricing strategy you want to employ. In addition to flat price sales, a few options include: 

Forward contract  A straightforward way to market grain. There is no minimum bushel amount and no service fee. Unlike options and Minimum Price Contracts, there is no premium to pay. However, with a forward contract, farmers cannot benefit if prices rise. 

Basis contract – When basis levels are strong, this contract allows you to lock in that strength and set your futures price later. 

Hedge-to-Arrive – This contract allows you to lock in the futures price, while allowing the basis to be set at a later date. 

We do have other specialty contracts available as well! 


Market Commentary

DTN Midday Grain Comments 10/23 11:05

10/23/2020 - 11:39:00

DTN Midday Grain Comments     10/23 11:05

   Grains Mixed at Midday

   Corn is flat to 1 cents higher, soybeans are 3 to 5 cents lower, and wheat 
is 4 to 9 cents higher.

David M. Fiala
DTN Contributing Analyst

   The U.S. stock market is weaker with the Dow down 65. The dollar index is 7 
points lower. Interest rate products are mixed. Energies are flat with crude 
down $0.15. Livestock trade is mixed. Precious metals are weaker with gold down 
$3.30.

   CORN

   Corn trade is flat to 1 cent higher at midday with steady spread action up 
front as we stay near the fresh highs. The export wire showed 100,000 metric 
tons sold to unknown. Ethanol margins remain under pressure with corn values 
elevated as ethanol retains its premium to unleaded. Basis will likely remain 
solid with rains slowing harvest along with the upfront demand.  On the 
December contract resistance is the fresh high at $4.19 3/4 with support the 
20-day at $3.92.

   SOYBEANS

   Soybean trade is 3 to 5 cents lower at midday with light two-sided action so 
far with trade pulling back from the fresh highs scored earlier in the week 
with the export market quiet. Meal is $1.50 to $2.50 lower and oil is flat to 
10 points lower. Brazil should continue to make planting progress with the 
better rains short term, while Argentina continues to remain slow in moving 
soybeans to crushers. Basis remains strong as we continue to work to max out 
our logistics capacity to ship the needed export bushels. The export wire was 
quiet today. The November chart has resistance at the fresh high at 10.85 1/4 
with support the 20-day at 10.43.

   WHEAT

   Wheat trade is 4 to 8 cents higher at midday with winter wheat trade leading 
 as we try to find buying again after lower closes the last two days with 
firmer spread trade overall. The ruble action continues to favor Russia a bit 
in the export markets but their domestic prices are now elevated with growing 
winter kill concerns, along with too much rain in Australia as harvest starts. 
Middle East buyers are becoming more active with tenders as well. Kansas City 
is at a 65-cent discount to Chicago with spreads backing off the recent highs, 
while Minneapolis is back to 52 cent discount with very active spread action. 
Rains look to be more wide spread for U.S. growing areas over the next seven-10 
days. Kansas City December chart resistance is the fresh high at $5.79 1/2, and 
support is the 20-day at $5.35.

   David Fiala is a DTN contributing analyst and the President of FuturesOne 
and a registered adviser.
He can be reached at dfiala@futuresone.com
Follow him on Twitter @davidfiala




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Grain Bids

Local Bids


Change Location
WHEAT, SRW  
Delivery Cash Price Futures Month
History Oct 31, 2020 6.1875 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @W0Z
History Jan 31, 2021 6.4250 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @W1H
History Jun 30, 2021 6.0300 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @W1N
 
CORN  
Delivery Cash Price Futures Month
History Oct 31, 2020 4.2425 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @C0Z
History Nov 30, 2020 4.2925 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @C0Z
History Dec 31, 2020 4.2925 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @C0Z
History Jan 31, 2021 4.3525 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @C1H
History Feb 28, 2021 4.3625 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @C1H
History Mar 31, 2021 4.3425 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @C1H
History Apr 30, 2021 4.3325 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @C1K
 
SOYBEANS  
Delivery Cash Price Futures Month
History Oct 31, 2020 10.8875 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @S0X
History Nov 30, 2020 10.9875 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @S0X
History Dec 31, 2020 11.0000 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @S1F
History Jan 31, 2021 10.9900 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @S1F
History Feb 28, 2021 10.7950 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @S1H
History Mar 31, 2021 10.7250 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @S1H
History Apr 30, 2021 10.5550 10/23/2020 1:19:00 PM CST @S1K
 

 
MILO
No cash bids exist for milo at this time.
 

Daily Grain History

Flex your fleet size when you need it

When you have a need for extra hauling capacity, look to Top Ag. We will pick up grain at your farm bin or field; we will spot (drop) trailers in your field at harvest time; and you have the option of sending the grain to the elevator for open storage or warehouse receipt storage.

Our trucks are for hire, and we will quote you a rate on anything you may have to haul. Our drivers know farming and most area farms, and they live and work in the counties where you farm.

Keep us in mind when you market your farm-stored grain and plan your agronomy inputs. 

Top Ag Trucking Details

  • Top Ag owns 11 semi-tractors, 6 tri-axle dump trailers, 13 hopper bottom grain trailers and 2 van trailers. 
  • We have operating authority for Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, and Kansas.
  • We haul grain, specialty grain, dry fertilizer, limestone, rock, cow sand, soybean meal and many other feed products. We also deliver fill products to stabilize Ag Bags.
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Please contact Mallory Buescher at (618)-267-7313 for any of your transportation needs.

Grain Team