Soybean Shrink Schedule Change --


Soybeans delivered to Tremont and Adwell will now only be shrunk 1.5% per half-point above 14.5% moisture. Soybeans delivered to Toboggan will still remain at 2.0% per half-point above 14.5%. All bean loads 14.5% and under will still be averaged at all locations.

**This change is due to the inability to handle wet soybeans at Toboggan**


Traffic Pattern for Grain Deliveries to Toboggan

All traffic needs to enter off of Toboggan Avenue - DO NOT use the Springfield Rd entrance.


You'll still need to display your farm codes when going across the scale even with the implementation of the RFID system - thank you!


Tremont Coop will not be accepting any corn containing Duracade or any traits not approved for export markets.  


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Tremont     925-4981
Adwell        347-6135
Toboggan  244-7154

You can receive your grain payments by direct deposit! Please click on the Cust. Account link in the menu above at the top right of the page for more details.


2018 Crop Ins Prices: $3.96 and $10.16


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